Jinbocho : Yakisoba at Mikasa

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Yakisoba specialty shop !

We had lunch at “Mikasa” that is yakisoba shop in Jinbocho area 🙂
We tried to have lunch at there before but unfortunately they were already closed.
So we tried again this time. We got to there around 2 p.m. Fortunately we could enter the shop. But we were last guests. They stopped accepting guests that day.

Entrance, Mikasa (Jinbocho)


We followed the end of the line and bought a ticket at the ticket vending machine.
Basically they serve yakisoba only. We can choose the seasoning out of salt and Worcestershire sauce.
Extra-large helping is free of charge. Smaller size is -200 yen.
Containing squid and shrimps is +150 yen.
We wanted to have yakisoba with squid and shrimps. but it was already sold out.

Ticket vending machine, Mikasa (Jinbocho)


This notice says : They use flour from Hokkaido prefecture only and cook their noodles at their shop.

About their flour, Mikasa (Jinbocho)

麺は100%北海道産!( ̄ー+ ̄)

This shop have only long counter table surrounding the kitchen.
And many condiments like red ginger(beni syoga), tenkasu and mayonnaise with mustard.

My yakisoba was seasoned with salt (焼きそば塩並, 750 yen).

Yakisoba with salt, Mikasa (Jinbocho)


His large yakisoba was seasoned with Worcestershire sauce (焼きそばソース大, 750 yen).

Yakisoba with sauce, Mikasa (Jinbocho)


sunny-side up, green onions, fried pork , bean sprout and green laver on it.
This wavy noodles were very funny.
Those were coated with the sauce well 🙂

We shared these two yakisoba.
Both was good. But I like salt-taste yakisoba because it had light taste. I put many red ginger and mayonnaise with mustard on it.
It was delicious 🙂

About Mikasa (みかさ)

Address / 2-24-3, Kanda-inbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Station / Jinbocho station (Tokyo metro, Toei subway)
Open / 11:00 – 22:00
Closed / 1th, 3rd Sundays


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