Updated： November 06, 2018
Mazesoba Mitsuboshi - Ebisu, Tokyo : The Unique Soupless Ramen!
Mazesoba Mitsuboshi is a ramen shop in Ebisu where you can try a unique, delicious soupless ramen "mazesoba" (literally "mixing noodles").
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Mazesoba Mitsuboshi is located in Ebisu, Tokyo. Just a 3-minute walk from Ebisu station. It is easy to access and you can enjoy kind of nostalgic atmosphere.
The owner used to have a ramen shop in Germany, and he brought the popular menu back to Japan. There are 8 counter seats.
This is the popular menu "Buta smazesoba". "Buta" means pork and "mazesoba" means mixung noodles or also known as a soupless ramen. This mazesoba is originally created for the people in Germany when the chef owned a shop there.
The main topping is miso-flavored ground pork. It is slightly sweet and rich in flavors of miso and meat. You can also choose from other 6 options which are wagyu beef, whale meat, lamb, vegetables, duck, and yellowtail.
The ramen bowl has more toppings which can add flavors and texture. Some are really unique, such as aonori (seaweed powder), peanuts, and even banana chips!
It probably doesn't look good... but trust me, it actually tastes amazing! The more you mix the noodles with sauce and toppings, the milder and more delicious they become. Every ingredient is blending together and creating complicated flavors.
The noodles are thick and chewy.
There are several homemade condiments on the table which allow you to enjoy changing the flavors of your mazesoba. They can add spiciness, vinegary flavor, and so on.
Mazesoba Mitsuboshi is a recommended ramen shop in Ebisu. You will enjoy mixing the noodles and experiencing the unique soupless ramen "mazesoba" that you have never had before!
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