Ramen Kagetsu Arashi "Setagaya Tsukemen

Setagaya Tsukemen" is now available from Ramen Kagetsu Arashi. This menu item is a collaboration with the popular Tokyo restaurant Setagaya, and will be available for a limited time starting August 3.

Setagaya Tsukemen

Ramen Kagetsu Arashi "Setagaya Tsukemen

Setagaya is a popular ramen restaurant located along Route 7, which is known as a fierce battle zone for ramen, and this dish was created so that the taste that can only be enjoyed in the Tokyo area can be enjoyed throughout Japan.

The main feature of this ramen is the use of special flat noodles made by Setagaya's owner, Tsukasa Maejima, which are mixed with the soup and sipped vigorously. Setagaya calls it hiratsuke. The soup has a delicious flavor of dried sardines and pork bones, a taste that has been improved since Setagaya's establishment.

It is also topped with a generous amount of cubes of pork chashu (pork cut into cubes) and thick menma (bamboo shoots) to stimulate the appetite. A "Gorgeous Setagaya Tsukemen" topped with black laver and other toppings is also available.

The Setagaya Tsukemen is priced at 880 yen (tax included, same below) for the 200g (7.05oz) size and 950 yen for the 300g (10.58oz) size. The 200 g and 300 g Satedagaya Tsukemen are priced at 1,180 yen and 1,250 yen, respectively.