Easy choice with menu outside. You buy the ticket outside as well. Friendly staff the aircon is a bit on the cold side for my taste. Reasonably priced.
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Wandered in here looking for my first Ramen in Japan. Was immediately ejected and pointed to the vending machine outside by a friendly chef! Wasn't expecting much from the ordering method, but the noodles were tasty and satisfying and the staff really friendly.
Came by for lunch the other day and it was an okay experience. There were numerous pictures outside showcasing what was offered inside. Ordering was done via the vending machine and there were photos in addition to #s to help with the ordering process. Was...More
Make sure you order at the machine outside before entering, take your tickets inside and await the food. To start the process with the menu put money in then select from the menu. Once inside you will receive a good welcome and great noodle soup....More
A surprising ramen shop with taste of Kansai. They have a soup sommelier in shop to control soup quality. Very serious.
A surprising ramen shop with taste of Kansai, light and fresh and veggie. Apparently I found most of the ramen noodles in Tokyo were a bit too salty oily and in thick soup. In this special Kamukura ramen shop it has a soup sommelier (tasting...More
We found thus place on our way back to the Hotel Gracery Shinjuku ( the Godzilla hotel !) We were tired and after a slight one day in Tokyo with near zero Japanese language between the two of us, we thought to goive it a...More
Friendly staff inside. Loved ordering from the machine outside. Ramen was large and delicious! Would definitely go again!
The empty lot, now a resting space used to be used for queuing to get into Kamkura. Not anymore. Get to the ticket machine and buy your meal. A lot of options. The soup is really delicious and I had no trouble finishing it all....More