Updated: November 06, 2018
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The Most Famous Cold Noodles In Japan?! Summer Seasonal Noodles At "Keikaen"

At the Royal Park Hotel in Tokyo, there is a Chinese restaurant called "Keikaen" that serves seasonal cold noodles only during the summer time. It is the most famous cold noodle in Japan, with various seafood and meat toppings!

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Keikaen

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Keikaen is located inside the Royal Park Hotel, which is directly connected to exit 4 of Suitengu station. It is a Cantonese Chinese Restaurant that serves dim sums, noodles, fried rice, and other Cantonese dishes. Compared to Shisen style Chinese restaurants, it is less spicy and uses more seafood and dim sums in the menu.

Cold Chinese Noodles (Ryanmen)

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Although they have weekly menus, courses and a la cartes, with a variety of dishes served throughout the year, this "Ryanmen" or cold Chinese noodles are only served during the summer time. It comes with seafood toppings such as fresh crab, scallop and prawn. Other than seafood, toppings such as pork chashu and seasonal vegetables are included.
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The homemade noodles are made of tapioca powder to create the chewy texture. You can choose either the sesame sauce or soy sauce which are also both made with a secret homemade recipe! It is a cold and refreshing dish perfect for the summer!

Lastly...

It is easy to lose appetite on a hot sunny day, but these cold and refreshing noodles are definitely something you want to try eating this season! It is a super popular dish that is eaten by many people during the summer! Why not try out this special cold Chinese noodle this summer?
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