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Kyoto Rremium Ramen Experience
Ginjo-Ramen Kubota is a restaurant just 12 minutes by foot from JR Kyoto Station. Of the Tsukemen,Ramen restaurants, this is a highly popular top-rank store. Ginjo-Ramen Kubota is famous for its Tsukemen with thick seafood broth, using carefully selected Kyoto miso only. Originally, “Tsukemen” is served with noodles and soup (dipping sauce) separately, just like zaru soba noodles. You dip the noodles in the sauce and eat them. The soup is usually thicker than regular ramen. What is so amazing about Ginjo-Ramen Kubota is that all of its dishes, not only its famous Tsukemen, but also their ramen and other entrees are also all extremely delicious. They have carefully perfected their materials and processes, not being satisfied with a taste that had once been perfected, but instead researching and improving every day. The bowl that results is no longer within the realm of ramen, but has reached the level of art. If you eat one bite, you will be impressed by the depth of the taste, and with the second bite, your whole body will rejoice in the extreme deliciousness. If you take a third bite, you will definitely become an enthusiastic fan. This may be exaggerated, but Ginjo-Ramen Kubota gives you that kind of feeling. The restaurant features a quaint Japanese style, like a renovated Japanese Machiya townhouse. It is always crowded with families and female customers, as well as foreign tourists.
First, buy a meal ticket at the meal ticket machine in the shop. Put in money, select your favorite Ramen, and press the button. Since the English version of the menu is placed on top of the meal ticket machine, if you have difficulty understanding, just look at the menu while you choose a button, and you will be able to order easily. Be careful to buy a meal ticket at the time you enter into the shop. When there is a line waiting to be served, do not cut in to buy your meal ticket.