Updated: November 06, 2018
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Tokyo's Hidden Gem: A Thick Noodle Tsukemen With Pork And Fish Broth At Tsukemen Michi!

At Kameari Station, you will find one of Tokyo's hidden gems: Tsukemen Michi! Here, you will be able to enjoy their popular "Tokusei Tsukemen", which is super thick noodles you can dip into a rich and tasty fish and pork broth. Tsukemen addicts, this is a must-try!

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Tsukemen Michi

2 minutes away from JR's Kameari Station, you will find Tsukemen Michi, a wonderful tsukemen restaurant. This restaurant is super popular and fills up quickly. It's so good, people don't mind standing up to enjoy the awesome noodles!

Le Plat De Resistance, "Tokusei Tsukemen"

Their signature dish is the "Tokusei Tsukemen", which is made with thick noodles that are dipped in a very rich fish and pork bone broth. The toppings are eggs, char siu (slices of pork), onions, nori, etc.
The owner is very proud of his cuisine, and encourages the patron to first enjoy just the soup dipped in the broth.
The best part is it's only 1,000 yen.
The soup is so thick it's almost syruppy, it's made with fish and pork broth and has a deep taste. No wonder the owner is so self-assured!
The noodles are thick and chewy and blend harmoniously with the broth. After trying it, you'll know why people are willing to wait in line for this dish!
Here are the toppings it comes with, char siu pork, chicken meatballs, an egg, seaweed, etc.


You'll want to stop by Kameari to try this scrumptious and unforgettable tsukemen!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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