Spicy and Peppery Dipping Noodles カラシビつけ麺 鬼金棒

Kara-Shibi Tsukemen in Kanda, Tokyo.

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Kara means spicy or hot, Shibi means peppery in Japanese. Dipping noodles called Tsukemen in Japan.
You can choose a degree of each Kara and
Shibi, and I can guarantee you that five degree is something else.
You can also enjoy meat rice here.

‘Karashibimisoramenkikambou(カラシビ味噌らー麺 鬼金棒)’
Location: 2-10-10 Kajicho, Chiyoda, Tokyo
Opens:
[月~土・祝] 11:00~21:30(L.O)
[日] 11:00~16:00(L.O)
Lunch, Open on sundays
Shop holidays: none
Tabelog: https://s.tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1310/A131002/13097205/

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