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For this blog for the Tokyo Olympic Games in two years time
It aims to send information for overseas people
Please do not hesitate to let me know about Japan, and I will send out various information so that I can enjoy Japan.
Unfortunately I can not speak English at all.
Therefore, this English is all using Google translation.
Even if there is somewhat strange translation, I want it forgiven
I will keep links on the top of this category, so if you are interested I also want you to see it
If you come to Japan I would love to go to the shop series (Ringer Hut)
I will introduce Japanese delicious shops recommended by myself without permission! If you can afford, please enjoy it.
Japanese famous noodle dishes that foreigners know will be these
It’s a wonderful cuisine each
Generally, I think that it’s delicious no matter where you go to a shop
Meanwhile, there are recommended noodle dishes that will not be known so much.
Champagne looks almost same as ramen.
Even Japanese, few people can clearly express the difference between ramen and champagne.
There are the following differences as you make little difference.
Compared to ramen · · ·
The noodles are thick
Taste only on pig bone base
The ingredients are plentiful vegetables and seafood
Speaking of features, this is about
However, it is clearly classified as another dish in Japan.
Also, there are only one real shop if you try to eat this Champon in Japan.
Therefore, please remember this name firmly.
Champon you can eat with this ringer hut is really delicious
Pork bone-based soup has melted seafood taste and plenty of vegetables are kind to the body.
I always drink soup to eat.
There are some differences depending on the location of the store, but the price is about 600 yen
Also, we offer free noodle double free campaign options. Would not it be nice service for a large foreigner?
There are stores in various places in Japan, but there are stores in Narita International Airport as a nice place for foreigners.
If you come to Japan from Narita airport, not Tokyo International Airport, please look for it.