2-53 Nakanobata-cho, Kakamigahara, Japan
Nageyari Kakamigahara Reviews
A popular ramen shop Jul 05, 2015
Recently my husband and I went popular ramen shops very often. We heard Nageyari ramen shop was popular, so we decided to go there. Luckily, we could find a parking lot. I chose a soy sauce ramen. Fishery product soup stock was good for the ramen soup. The slice of chashao/roast pork was big, so I was pleased to see it. My favorite topping is a soft-boiled egg. This place's soft-boiled egg was very yummy. My husband chose a tsukemen/noodles served separately with soup. I didn't understand the meaning of the name of store at first. Nageyari means slipshod or careless. But in fact the owner was a javelin thrower/a yarinage player. This name was a wordplay. Anyway this name make a strong impression on customers. It is an unforgettable name.
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