Updated: September 30, 2019
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You've Got to Try This Luxurious Lobster Miso Ramen in Shibuya!

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There's a restaurant just 3 minutes away from Shibuya Station called 'Onisoba Fujiya ~Premium~' that sells a must-try bowl of lobster miso ramen. Definitely check it out next time you're in the area!

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Have you ever tried lobster ramen?

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'Onisoba Fujiya ~Premium~' can be found on the 3rd floor of this building, about 3 minutes from Shibuya Station. The restaurant just opened in July of 2019 and offers quite a special menu featuring lobster as a luxurious ramen ingredient.

Trying the 'Lobster Miso Ramen'

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Lobster Miso Ramen, ¥1,000
As soon as the bowl arrives at the table, the beautiful, fragrant scent of lobster fills the air. You can tell that it's going to be delicious even before you take a bite!

The huge piece of lobster sitting in the middle of the bowl is definitely an attention-graber, and it makes it hard to see that there are actually other toppings in the bowl, including a lovely piece of chashu, green onions, and more lobster meat.
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Looking closer at the lobster head, it seems like it's actually a Japanese spiny lobster (Ise ebi). Japanese spiny lobsters are quite expensive, so it's really a treat to have a piece of one in a bowl of ramen!
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The soup is thick and full of delicious umami and deep aroma that you can only get from crustaceans. The sweetness and richness of the lobster goes wonderfully with the saltiness of the miso base.
It's a beautifully balanced soup that highlights the flavor of the lobster most prominently, with the miso acting as the supporting flavor.
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The noodles are medium-thick, curly yellow noodles with wonderful chewiness. They're classic Sapporo-style ramen noodles that are a perfect match for a miso-based soup.
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Pushing the lobster head away reveals the other toppings. The lobster meat is soft yet chewy, and fills your mouth with flavor.
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Although you can't see it when the ramen first arrives, the chashu is actually huge! Not only that, but it's beautifully tender and falls apart in your mouth as you eat it.

Check out Onisoba Fujiya Premium next time you're craving ramen and lobster!

The price of the ramen is just ¥1,000, which is a fairly normal price for a standard bowl of ramen with good toppings. However, considering the luxury of the ingredients used to make this special bowl of ramen, that price seems downright cheap! It's well worth a try for anyone who likes a great bowl of ramen. Check it out next time you're in Shibuya.
DeLong
I live in west Tokyo and spend most of my time thinking about food or going bouldering.

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