Ramen: Enishi

Apparently some of the areas around us are known for their ramen shops, so we decided to visit one.

We walked about 10 minutes to Togoshi-Ginza station and went to lunch at Enishi.

Coincidently they had a special menu that day which had two additional types of ramen.

Ginger ramen:original

Black pepper ramen:original-1

They were both excellent, the ginger ramen had strips of ginger and a darker soy sauce-based broth.

The black pepper ramen (something we’ve never seen before) had a pile of green onion and a lighter, salty broth.

The noodles themselves were also slightly different from normal ramen, being made of buckwheat as opposed to regular wheat.

It’s nice to know we have at least one really good ramen place within walking distance of our apartment.


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5 Responses to Ramen: Enishi

  1. Leda says:

    We missed you at Thanksgiving! We all are a salami sandwich in your honors. Please tell us what you guys did or ate to celebrate, or was it just another day for you this year?
    Love, Leda


  2. Leda says:

    Haha!! Sounds like “we are Charlie Hebdo”!! I meant, we ATE salami sandwiches!


  3. deb92024 says:

    Would LOVE a bowl of either of these just now! xox


  4. Shanna Bryant says:

    Going!!!! I’ll have both please.


  5. Rwg30@aol.com says:

    Keep a list of eateries, Shanna and Jeff are not eating until they get to Japan. Simply watched while we ate Thanksgiving dinner. Each has a thimble of fat-free yogurt and one string bean twice daily with lots of non-fat water. Saving themselves for ramen. PoPop


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