Photo taken on 16th February, 2011.
Canon EOS300 camera.
Kumamoto Kokuryuko Ramen (熊本 黒龍紅 ラーメン)
Kumamoto prefecture (熊本県）, Japan
龍チャーシュー麺（ピリ辛）/ Spicy Ryu Char Siu Ramen, 900Yen
This is one of the best ramens I had in Japan.
I like Tonkotsu base ramen and Kumamoto prefecture’s ramen is tonkotsu base similar to Hakata style.
You can choose the spicy level from the scale of 1-5.
I can’t remember which level I choose…it was more than 1 year ago..
Gosh! Am drooling while writing this post.
Btw. Kokuryuko Ramen restaurant is just around 5-10 mins walk from Kumamoto station.
There’s a few ramen shops near the station, go to the tourist information center at Kumamoto Station for recommendations.
They will provide you with a ramen restaurant map :)
The staff are really friendly and helpful!
Sigh. I’m really ramen deprived nowadays!
I actually had ramen for lunch & dinner in a day during my short visit to Singapore last week.
Eating ramen twice in a day didn’t cure my craving at all, it only made me crave for more. lol
自然厨房 黒龍紅（JR熊本駅前店）(Kumamoto Ramen – Kokuryuko)
Open from 11:00～15:00 17:00～2:00
Location on google map over here>
Photo taken on 5th June, 2010.
Kodak Ultramax 400 film, Canon EOS 300 camera.
Omoide Yokocho （思い出横町）in Shinjuku （新宿） is a narrow lane crammed with lots of yakitori stalls. This is definitely the kind of place I wanna check out when I’m in a new country. Places where the locals go!
Oops… blurry picture but I quite like the effect.
Anyway, do check out this place if you’re visiting Tokyo. The place might look very unhygienic but so far I don’t have any bad experience yet eating here. It’s fun to people watch, eavesdrop at their conversation or even chat with the locals :)
It’s kinda located between the east and west side of Shinjuku Station. Find it in Google map.
A place definitely worth checking out.
Thank God it’s Friday! Oh. In 2 weeks time I’ll be in Seoul. Did I mentioned that I’ll be going to Seoul for vacation during the Golden Week holiday (29th April to 5th May)
I haven’t even finish blogging about my last summer trip to Seoul but I’m going there again :o Am very excited!
Any recommendations on what to see & where to eat?
English : White color
Japanese : 白い （しろい・shiroi) or 白（しろ・shiro)
Korean : 하얀색 (ha yan sek)
Chinese : 白色 (bai se)