Thick and Rich Ramen from the Sea feat. SUSURU TV.
What is up, everyone!
It’s Brian, Ramen Adventures! Here’s another Tokyo ramen report. And today, I’m gonna meet another guy. I’m gonna meet another ramen nerd. This guy is pretty big on the scene here. But here we go!
Without further ado! It’s… Susuru! Hi, it’s Susuru! He’s eating ramen everyday and
and uploading on YouTube Eveyday Ramen Life! Yeah, that’s my channel. Alright, so today we are here at… Where are we today? Shinasoba Tanaka. Shinasoba Tanaka. -Have you ever tried this shop before?
-This is my first time. Oh, really? It’s his first time. I think I’ve been here for 3 times. Oh, that many? So, yeah, let’s check it out! Here we go! Itadakimasu! Alright let’s eat! Aji nibo soba at Shinasoba Tanaka is thick. So actually you might be thinking
you are eating some kind of Chinese food thicken with cornstarch but no, this thickness comes from Konbu(kelp). He boils down a lot of really nice kelp. And that’s gonna give
this really thick thick aspect to this ramen. Of course, Aji and Nibo, that’s mackerels and sardines. So you are getting really fishy oceany flavors in this. Now one thing, because it’s really thick.
Be careful, this bowl is hot. You will easily burn your mouth if you just go ahead
and slurp right after So take your time a little bit.
Enjoy it. Because of the heat in the soup,
the chasyu just melts away. By the time, you finally get to it,
it just falls apart. Gochisosama! Gochisosama! Super good! Really interesting really thick like
one of the thickest most interesting soups of all. I’m here with Susuru and
I’m here with Mr. Tanaka, the owner. Gochisousama. Thank you for the amazing bowl. What’s the special point of your ramen? Well, first of all I should mention
this is the original shop. I live near the ocean in Chiba prefecture. It takes 2 hours from there to the shop in Ikebukuro. Everyday? Yes, everyday! I originally grew up in Tokyo
but now I live near the ocean. I like surfing so I live there. I want to make a ramen which uses
seafood from the ocean in Chiba. Do you surf everyday? Not everyday. Maybe once a week. Wow, nice. It’s like seriously like surfing ramen. Beauty of ocean and bowl here. Awesome! And you know, umami comes in many forms but ocean umami is insane. So check them out!
Otsuka station, man! I’m outta here.
And be sure to check out Susuru TV! He is awesome. Everyday! Everyday, right? Yes, everyday! Alright, we are outta here.