So, as you may recall, I went to Tokyo over New Year's vacation.
I'm finally getting around to writing about some of the stuff I did and food I ate.
I had been living in Japan almost three months before I went to Tokyo, but I had never had ramen yet. Blasphemy, right?
So, a major goal of mine was to get ramen in Tokyo, obviously.
After a super disappointing first bowl of ramen at Tokyo Station's Ramen Street (more about that later), I was a little gun shy about trying to eat another bowl.
But, man, I'm so glad I did get one. This one was super delicious. It apparently is super famous...like my housemate in Kobe, when I showed her the picture, knew exactly where this was and she was dumbfounded that 1) I found it (uhhh finding food is my hobby) 2) I didn't have to wait. When I arrived, there were three seats available, but by the time I left there was a line of about 12 people. And, as I was eating, about six people tried to enter.