Nate, from the former waseda ramen blog now ramenate.com, was back from vacationing in the States, so we decided to meet up in Brian‘s hood and check out A Gacchamen. Yeah, it’s a weird name and I have no idea what it means or how the owner came up with it. Perhaps it comes from ‘hey i gotcha man’ or something. Anyway, whatever. It’s a miso ramen shop in Sengoku.
I ordered the Chashu Miso Ramen with a flavored egg. It’s not Sumire, but it still left a pleasant taste in my mouth. The yuzu and ginger hanging from the edge of the bowl really added a unique taste that improved the flavor of the soup.