Mitsurai’s tsukemen has a slightly sour taste and is a bit unique, but it is delicious. The amount of noodles is very large, so do not order a large serving. In addition, if you choose the chashu (pork) topping, a huge amount of chashu (pork) will appear on the plate. Ordinary people will not be able to finish it, so regular tsukemen is the best choice.
As for the taste, please refer to the reviews as you may have different tastes.
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