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Our Tip The sign outside says "If you don't like niboshi, please don't come in." Expect a bitter ramen broth made from dried sardines.
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Nagi Golden Gai in Tokyo: Something Fishy About the Ramen (In A Good Way)

Nagi Golden Gai in Tokyo: Something Fishy About the Ramen (In A Good Way)

The Nagi Golden Gai experience is fascinating, from the walk up and down the stairs, to the wait for a call through a tube, to the two types of noodles and the unique broth made with niboshi--dried baby sardines. With just ten counter seats in cramped quarters, you'll be rubbing elbows with your neighbors.

Eight Great Bowls of Ramen to Slurp in Tokyo

Eight Great Bowls of Ramen to Slurp in Tokyo

With so many quality restaurants serving ramen at reasonable prices (you'll rarely pay more than $10 for a bowl), it's tempting to travel throughout Tokyo tasting bowls of noodles. Here are eight of my favorite bowls.