Updated: November 07, 2018
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Awesome Ramen At Nonokura In Kameari, Tokyo!

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Only a 4 minute walk from Kameaki Station, Nonokura has been the talk of the town since it's opening last year. The home-made noodles are really what sets them apart from the rest. Our curiosity got the best of us so we had to check it out for ourselves.

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Home-Made Noodles Are Their Claim To Fame!

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Only a 4 minute from Kameaki Station, Nonokura has been the talk of the town since it's opening on December 2017. The home-made noodles are really what sets them apart from the rest. The super high water content in these noodles is what gives it a unique texture!
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Inside the restaurant, there is a noodle-making machine where they make the famous home-made noodles.
In the back, you can see the noodle-making machine which in fact, is made to make soba noodles. Since the water content is so high, the noodles tend to stick to the machine.

After seeing how the noodles are made, naturally, it really piques your curiosity even more as to what the noodles taste like!

Home-Made Noodles Bathing In Amber-Coloured Soup

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The "special soy sauce chuka soba" is 980 yen.

This amber broth has two different kinds of roasted meat, an egg, bamboo shoots, wonton and nori among other things on top.

Can you see those beautiful noodles peeking out?

These Noodles Are A Lot Like Udon!

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To get that nice chewy texture, most noodle makers aim for a 40-50% water content, but Nonokura takes it up a notch and gets the water content to 53-57%.
Their noodles are very similar to udon noodles and are super chewy and smooth.

A Broth With a Deep Taste

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What gives the broth this amber colour and deep umami taste is the chicken broth it is made with, and the fish dashi and the 7 different kinds of seafood.

The soup complements the noodles so perfectly, it's a match made in heaven!

The Toppings!

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On top of the broth are two types of grilled meat, pork and Chicken!
Both are cooked at low temperature for a long time and have a simple taste so it doesn't overshadow the soup and the main star, the noodles!

The egg is also exquisite. The secret is that they pickle it for a long time after boiling it.

Finally...

For a unique ramen experience, come to Nonokura to try their excellent noodles, rich umami broth and tasty toppings!
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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