First, just eat the noodles. I believe you'll be able to savor the rich aroma of the wheat.
After that, try dipping them in the soup or enjoy them with toppings to find your favorite way to eat.
Once you finish the noodles, there's a special 'Last Dish' waiting for you. Just hand your soup bowl to the staff.
After you're done eating, if there are customers waiting outside, we'd appreciate your cooperation in leaving promptly so we can accommodate the next guests without delay.
Our tsukemen noodles are specially made just for Shugyo's tsukemen, offering a taste you won't find anywhere else. They are known for their smooth texture and aromatic fragrance.
At the heart of our kitchen, there's a huge pressure cooker where we melt various ingredients together. We carefully skim off any impurities to extract only the purest flavors for our soup.
Our chef has earned the Japanese qualification of Dashi Sommelier. We blend a variety of dashi into our soup, so please savor the distinct taste of Japanese dashi.
We use three types of meat, each chosen based on its best condition and part of the day. Our chefs cook them in what they believe to be the most delicious method for that day. The specific parts used may vary daily. The pork we use has been awarded the highest three-star rating by the International Taste Institute.
This ingredient, known as menma in Japanese, is made from bamboo shoots. We use two types from different parts of the shoot, offering a variety of flavors and textures for you to enjoy.
Our nori is sourced directly from Boso in Chiba Prefecture, near the sea. We hope you enjoy its oceanic fragrance.
We use soy sauce made in Akita, a region in the cold northeastern part of Japan.
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Also, we have a branch in Kanda. Here, we offer spicy tsukemen with a variety of spice levels to choose from. Even if you're not a fan of spiciness, we welcome you to visit and give it a try
2-9-11 Uchi Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
It's a 2-minute walk from the west exit of Kanda Station, and it's 246 meters from Kanda Station.