Ramen Shokudo Ikinaisshou is located in from Showa dori, a couple blocks south of Menya Inaba. Their shio broth had a decent, rich taste with some negis floating about. There were not many people in the store, but it was during a typhoon. The noodles were the standard pre-made yellow type, same as many ramen packages in supermarkets, with some nori on top - the single pork slice was the rolled type and was fairly thin and pink. I also had the chashu don as it looked good on one other customer's plate - I'm glad I chose that since three slices of chashu that pink ordered with my ramen might not have been the right thing to do. The chashu in the chashu-don was finely cut up and covered with a sweet sauce, not bad, but just a little lighter on the sauce would have been good. They also have shoyu and miso broths. It's decent if you are in the area, but if you are walking from Akihabara, there are probably some others that I would stop at, again such as Menya Inaba. The above sign at each counter seat proclaims their way of making the various shio, miso and shoyu broths that they have. Limited hours in the evening, 5:30 to 9:00.
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