It is in an alley opposite the gas station, but it is difficult to find due to the queue. The atmosphere inside is a local Japanese restaurant, where there are more other queues. The stew includes beef or pork offal which I don’t know, and lots of cabbage and chives. When I ate offal, I couldn't stand the need to carefully throw the fatty intestines into a small plate of intestines. We ordered more wanton skins, vegetables and tofu. When we finished the food, we fished out the residue from the stew. Add the noodles and simmer the soup, then add the sesame paste. This is sesame noodles, the last dish.
This shop is super popular and very popular. You must remember to make a reservation when you come here, otherwise there will be no seats and we will be in line for a long time. Some distance from Hakata Station. You must eat sesame-based food when you come here, which is the specialty of this store.
In the cold wintry month, it's heart or rather stomach warming to try this special stew from Fukuoka. It's in an alley opposite a gas station but not difficult to find due to the queue. The ambience inside is a local Japanese restaurant where there is more another queue. The stew comprises beef or pork offal which I couldn't figure out, and a lot of cabbage and chives. While I do eat offal, i couldn't stomach the fatty intestines which I've to throw away discreetly into a small plate. We ordered more wanton skin, vegetables and tofu. When we were done with the food, residues were scooped out from the stew. Noodle was added which soaked up the stew, and sesame sauce was later added. This is sesame noodle, the final dish. Nothing was wasted…by right, including the offal that should be eaten.
Kyushu's ramen is well-known in the world, and there is a set.