“Minami Ikebukuro Taishoken”Taste with a proud history

20150711_120741_resizedToday, I visited “Minami Ikebukuro Taishoken” in Ikebukuro. It was located around 7~8 minutes walk from East outlet of Ikebukuro station. This ramen shop was, like “Ochanomizu Taishoken” which I had introduced in May, a successor of Mr. Kazuo Yamagishi, an originator of ‘TSUKEMEN’ who died this April.
I arrived there around 12:10. The shop was almost full. I bought a ticket of “Morisoba(¥750)” and waited for 7~8 minitues before Morisoba came. I had a first bite and noticed that I forget to take a picture.

20150711_121840_resizedNoodle was middle thick and straight. Soft noodle. Soup based on soy sauce was sweet and sour. Both noodle and soup were Taishoken taste. Soup was a bit thicker and sweeter than one at “Ochanomizu Taishoken”.
Quantity of noodle was more than one at normal tsukemen, but I could enjoy to the end as I experienced at “Ochanomizu Taishoken”. It seemed I gradually became Taishoken lover.


Restaurant’s name: Minami Ikebukuro Taishoken
Address: 1F, Kondo building,2-27-16, Minamiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 11:30~22:00
Holiday: Open throughout a year
Payment method: Ticket in advance


Born in Shizuoka and living in Tokyo Favorites:Discovering good restaurants and drinking places. Trip.Wine and Japanese Sake.


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