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"Setagaya" - the Ramen Shop Dominating the Setagaya City Ramen Battlegrounds of Kannana!

In this video series by "ramenwalker" they introduce ramen shops from around Japan. In this episode, Karin Ito from Nogizaka 46 is the guest, and she helps introduce Setagaya's Setagaya branch which has claimed the ramen battleground of Kannana.

At Setagaya, the fragrant, curly noodles are made with a luxurious blend of domestic wheat in a rich, thick seafood soup. Setagaya has been leading in the fiercely competitive district of Kannana for 15 years.

Setagaya Ramen is a perfect blend of niboshi (dried sardines), seafood flavors, and animal flavors, such as pork bones and chicken bones, and in the video they talk in detail about their commitment to excellence.

◆Setagaya Store Information◆
【Address】2-1-2 Nozawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
【Access】A 15-20 minute walk from Komazawa Daigaku Station on the Tokyu Denentoshi Line / A Less than 1 minute walk from the Shibuya Station Tokyu Bus, Nozawa Ryuunji, Ryunn-ji
【Avg. Cost】¥1,030+
【Hours】18:00-3:00 the following day
【Parking】There are two parking spots near the store.

【Official Homepage】Setaga-ya


Written By
Sep. 15, 2020
新井 美紀(Miki Arai)
I mainly write articles about food. I've been a writer for three years.
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