I really like this shop. The noodles are smooth, elastic, and are coated with finely chopped scallions.
The bowl looks deceptively simple, but the soup has untold depth due to a mix of dried tuna, pork, and chicken soup. The signature bowl is a mix of shoyu and shio broth that creates a well-balanced soup with a shiny, golden hue. I was already stuffed after eating so many bowls in one day, but couldn't stop sipping the soup because of its mild and soft taste.
If any more branches open up in Tokyo again, I'll definitely go back and honor the spirit of the late master Genkotsu. Even though Genkotsu Jr. is still young, I hope he continues his father's passion.
The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum is about a 5-minute walk from Shin-Yokohama station. All shops are open from 11am-11pm. You can access the website at: