Updated: November 06, 2018
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"Fugu Dashi Shio Hachidaime Keisuke": The Only Ramen Joint Where You Can Have Fugu Ramen!

The combination is innovative, to say the least! You can enjoy two of Japan's iconic foods that ramen and fugu (blow fish) combined in one unlikely dish.

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Pushing The Limits Of Ramen Innovation With A Fugu Broth!

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This Ginza ramen joint is said to be an innovator in the ramen world. With so many ramen restos in Tokyo, this is quite a difficult distinction to achieve. The place has become so popular that you'll often see people queueing during the lunch hours.
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There are counter seats and tables. The restoration has quite of a stylish decor for a ramen restaurant. It's located in fashionable Ginza after all.

A Reasonably Priced Ramen With No Compromise In Quality Of It's Ingredients

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For the broth, the chef uses three types of fugu fish. You get a natural umami flavor that is truly quite unusual because of that. The picture above is the signature dish, the Fugu Dashi Ramen with a tamari soy sauce marinated soft-boiled egg. This order is ¥1,250.
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Not only is the soup made from fugu, but you'll also find some fugu slices in it.
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The broth is actually made from three different kinds of blowfish: the torafugu, the mafugu, and the shirosabafugu. The fugu is simmered in the broth for a long time which gives a condensed taste of the rare Japanese delicacy.
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What's more, the whole wheat noodles are homemade, and the deep flavor of the soup, as well as the vegetable toppings, go very well with them.

Also Try The "Ochazuke" Dish

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Ochazuke is a light dish Japanese often eat to finish their meal. It consists of a rich soup broth that is meant to be poured and mixed in a bowl of rice. The one they serve is, of course, Fugu Ochazuke (¥500).
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You can eat a little bit of your rice dish as is, then when you want a change of taste and texture, simply pour the soup in it.
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You'll love this warm comforting food with a deep savory taste of fugu.

Lastly...

This is fine quality ramen! Give Fugu Dashi Shio Hachidaime Keisuke a try if you're a ramen explorer or if you've always wanted to try fugu.
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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