Updated: November 06, 2018
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Misomendokoro Kaede In Tokyo, The Sister Store Of A Michelin-Starred Ramen Shop!

Misomendokoro Kaede, in Ogikubo, is the sister store of a Michelin-starred ramen joint, and they have been awarded first prize by TRY ramen!

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Misomendokoro Kaede, the sister store of a Michelin-recognized ramen shop!

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Misomendokoro Kaede is an 8-minute walk from Ogikubo Station.
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There are only counter seats at this tiny ramen joint, and patrons are around 20-40 years old.

Misomendokoro Kaede is the sister store of a Michelin-starred ramen joint, and they have been awarded first prize by TRY ramen!

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As you enter the door, there is a vending machine where you can order 4 types of ramen: miso ramen, spicy miso ramen, aemen and miso tsukemen.

The enticing smell of miso ramen!

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As soon as you place your order, the chef will start cooking some garlic, minced meat and vegetables. While you are impatiently waiting for that ramen bowl, the smell will take over your sense and open your appetite.

Miso soup with ginger, what a refreshing taste!

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When you imagine miso ramen, you probably think of a heavy ramen bowl, but in fact, this soup is well-balanced. The ginger and vegetables are great supporting actors for this ramen bowl!
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The broth is made from tonkotsu (pork bones) and chicken so it has a nice complex taste. They use high-quality white miso to make the miso ramen bowl. It has a nice balance of sweet and salty.

Finally...

If you want to try an excellent bowl of miso ramen, you need to stop by Misomendokoro Kaede, the sister shop of a Michelin-starred ramen resto!
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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