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šMuteppo/
Ekoda: Ramen
₯5380-6886
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Thick tonkotsu ramen
is nothing new.
You'll find many
shops all over the
country serving
bowls of it. But if
you want the thick-
est, most intense
bowl there is, Mu-
teppo is the place
to go. The soup is
100% pork bones,
boiled for many,
many hours. Just
watching them stir
the giant vats of
soup is reason
enough to come to
this shop.

The tonkotsu ramen
(Y780) is good, but
do yourself a favor
and get the chashu-
men (Y1030). It's
covered with thinly
sliced, tender
pieces of pork that
seem to melt into
the soup. In typical
tonkotsu fashion,
you can specify the
level of a few
things in your bowl.
If asked, just say
futsu, it will get
you noodles cooked
the regular way, the
regular thickness of
the soup, and a
regular serving of
green onions on top.
If you finish your
noodles and want
some more, an order
of kaedama (Y150)
will get you what
you want.

Located a bit north
of Numabukuro sta-
tion on the Seibu
Shinjuku line.
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Nakano-ku, Egota
4-5-1.  Open 11am-
3, 6-11pm. Closed
Mondays.
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