Ramen Ichizu (らーめん一途) in Kinshicho

Cold miso ramen, Ichizu (Kinshicho) Tokyo
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I feel like eating cold ramen much this summer.

At first, I visited Ramen Ichizu in Kinshicho district.
It stands in front of Kinshicho station and is easy to find.

Appearance, Ichizu (Kinshicho)

Menu of Cold ramen.

cold menu, Ichizu (Kinshicho)

They have three kinds of cold ramen.

1. 冷やしラーメン Cold ramen (soy sauce)
2. 冷やし味噌ラーメン Miso cold ramen (10 portions only)
3. 冷やし海老だし塩ラーメン Shrimp and salt cold ramen (10 portions only)

I wanted to eat cold miso ramen, so I got to there before the opening time.
There’s ticket vending machine at the door.
Of course, cold miso ramen wasn’t still out of stock.

I bought the ticket of cold miso ramen and sat down along the counter seats in front of the kitchen.

Many people had hot ramen and I felt like eating hot ramen, too. It looked tasty.
I had to visit there again.

About 10 minutes later, my ramen was served.
Cold miso ramen (冷やし味噌ラーメン, 850 yen).
Green onions, roast pork, menma, sesami and red ginger on it.

Cold miso ramen, Ichizu (Kinshicho)

Cold soup was tasty and narrow and curly noodle was my tastes.

Noodles of cold miso ramen, Ichizu (Kinshicho)

If you get tired of muggy summer in Japan, cold ramen is good choice 🙂
They’ll serve cold ramen until September.

About Ramen Ichizu (らーめん一途)

Address / 2-3-7 Kinshi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Station / Kinshicho station (JR, Toei subway)
Open / 11:00 – 15:00, 17:30 – 22:00
Saturdays and another national holidays / 11:00 – 15:00, 17:30 – 21:00
Closed / Sundays



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