I've worked in Sano for five years now, and tried about a dozen ramen places at least, including the famous ones. Ittetsu wins, hands down. Sano-style ramen has a very light broth, with heavy noodles and pork slices. Ittetsu's pork is melt-in-your-mouth tender, and the hand-made noodles (you can watch them being made on site) are wonderful. They offer both shoyu (soy) and shio (salt)-based soups. The shio is only available during lunch hours but is my favorite. Shoyu is also fine. Their gyoza (pot-stickers) are big and juicy, too. Highly recommended!
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