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A Gigantic Piece of Fried Pork Over A Satisfying Bowl of Ramen At Shinkouyo in Shinjuku, Tokyo! [PR]

At Shinjuku Station's West Entrance, Shinkouyo serves 150g of perfectly deep-fried pork on top of a flavorful bowl of soup. This ramen is filling and delicious, you definitely need to stop by and try it when you are in Shinjuku!

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The Famous Hidden Restaurant in Shinjuku, Shinkouyo!

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Shinkouyo is only 5 minutes away from Shinjuku Station's West Exit.

Although it's right across from Yodobashi Camera, not many people know about this restaurant adored by locals for over 30 years!


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The resto was made to look like an izakaya and also operates as an izakaya at night! The patrons are mostly men working in the area.

Are You Hungry? 150g of Pork Hungry??

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Shinkouyo's famous menu item "paikumen" is 1,155 yen!
This flavorful bowl of ramen is topped with 150g of perfectly deep-fried crispy pork. It also contains homemade noodles! Since among the customers there are a lot of busy businessmen, they make sure they get a bang for their buck and leave very full!
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The taste is simple, yet unmistakably delish! It is made with deep-fried pork, chicken and pork broth and a hint of soy sauce, which makes the soup incredibly tasty!

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At Shinjuku Station's West Entrance, Shinkouyo serves 150g of perfectly deep-fried pork on top of a flavorful bowl of soup. This ramen is filling and delicious! Let's stop by Shinkouyo and try this delicious and cheap ramen bowl!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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