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Visit Bannai Shokudou (坂内食堂), one of Kitakata's most well-known ramen shops in Fukushima's Kitakata city.
Forty noodles shops descended on Machida's Shibahiro Park in April, bringing some of Japan's best tsukemen, ramen and mazemen artisans together
Get your taste buds ready – Tokyo's largest ramen arrives in October/November for 11 days.
Hasegawa Ramen (はせ川 松山店) up in Fukushima's Kitakata region is one of the more popular ramen shops in the area, serving up local Kitakata style ramen in a variety of bowls.
Operating since 1957, Kokutei (黒亭) is one of the most famous and popular ramen shops in Kumamoto, proudly serving the local Kumamoto style.
Tokyo Ramen Street located inside Tokyo Station houses seven distinctive ramen shops including tsukemen, miso ramen, maze soba and soy sauce ramen.
Ochiai is an area twenty minutes from Sendai Station with a concentration of ramen shops.