The sound of airport ramen may make you cringe, but not in Japan! Even though there’s hundreds of Ramen Kagetsu’s located all over Tokyo in which I’ll never step foot in, trying one at the airport is a different story. It’s a great way to say sayonara to an awesome trip!
Genkotsu Ramen: This shoyu-tonkotsu soup was surprisingly good and had a nice, rich flavor that doesn’t weigh you down. The toppings (chashu, egg, menma, negi, nori) were about what I would expect from a chain–full of preservatives. The curly noodles were also pretty decent for fast-food food-court ramen.
I can’t believe this trip has already come to an end. I’ve been averaging some record hits in the past couple of weeks so thank you all for joining me on this little journey. I hope I was able to give you some good ideas for your next trip. If you’re the adventurous type, I highly recommend the Fujisan climb…but make sure to go prepared!
By the way, I did end up going to Bassanova again (for the 3rd time) last night. I’ll miss that place the most.