Ramenote: Junk Garage

by Brian MacDuckston
Metropolis Magazine

Tokyo
Tokyo station is home to Tokyo Ramen Street, where you can enjoy eight great shops without leaving the building. Though almost all are recommended, Junk Garage stands out. This is junk-kei (junkstyle) ramen that looks either fantastic or awful, depending on your taste. The signature dish is a soupless noodle (maze soba, まぜそば, ¥750),
topped with raw garlic, cheese, spicy-mayo babystar (a dried-ramen snack), massive pork slabs, a raw egg, and a dollop of pork back fat. Mix, and save the diet.
B1F, tokyo station yaesu south exit, 1-9-1
Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku.
Tel: 03-3286-0167
Open: 11am-10:30pm.
www.tokyoeki-1bangai.co.jp/ramenstreet

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