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Oimachi Ramen/Oimachi

Very salty tsukemen broth, really almost too salty to eat, not having any sweet taste at all, and a small portion of noodles sums this place up. The broth did have a lot of little bits of pork and negi in it, that was good. The noodles also had scallion-type small negi slices scattered all over them. That's better than nori strips any day. If you go definitely get the omori, the regular portion was a bit small for me. Overall it was OK but don't make a special trip, also consider the other ramen/tsukemen options in the Oimachi station area.

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