With one project having come to an abrupt end, it is time to move on the only way I know how. It is time to pull whatever I have up my sleeve and run with it. In the coming weeks and months, I will take full advantage of my time in New York and work with select ramen shops to inch closer to the ultimate goal, even if it means starting back at square one. Life has many ups and downs, but our default choice is to live through them. We make mistakes then we correct them so we can live to slurp another day. I have no excuses, nor will I ever give up. Forevermore, I will only follow where I hope to lead.
Vice Japan!!! MUNCHIES!!!!
A BIG THANKS to everyone involved!!
My cousin KM$!
And my t-shirts were provided by Young Elite Society. Get yours too!
Thank you Joseph George, Ivan Kovac, and Ty Demura! We gotta do this again!! ありがとうVice Japan!!!!
And last but never least, Thanks to So Ieki for hooking this up!! Let’s go drink some absinthe bro!
I’m not sure which one I like better.
Good but could’ve been better.
Spicy Miso Ramen.
I wonder if The President eats ramen.
Toki Underground had a two-hour wait. Oh how unfortunate. I guess I’ll have to come back someday.
I decided to spend a couple of days in D.C. and on my way I found Ren’s Ramen in Wheaton, MD.
“The Sapporo” style Shoyu Ramen.
“The Sapporo” style Miso Ramen.
The noodles are imported from Sapporo and kaedama costs $4. Good lord that’s a lot of money!
But the ramen isn’t bad. The miso was a little sweet, but the shoyu had good depth.
Ramen Dan Dan on the other hand…
Was honestly bad bad.
Sorry, it’s just the truth.
Stick to the yakiniku.
The end end.
Hey look what the stork brought?
Seth Unger invited me to The Birth of Sake Kickstarter party.
Free beer and free sake.
If you can find it in your heart to support this film, please do.
I won the sugidama!