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Perfect Homemade Ramen at Kita Kamakura

Right outside the station, a Bowl of Ramen to Remember

I am actually trying to avoid meat, but I just cant avoid this Ramen.

When you step outside the Kita Kamakura station (Yokosuka Line one stop before Kamakura Station) you will see the Red Awning just down the road to your right. If you had your back to Yokohama with Kamakura ahead, you would exit the station on your right side. It is the same side as Kamakura Joshi Gakuen.

Walk a little down the street to your right and step back in time as you find a stool in the back of the aged space. Little tables with metal stools, handwritten menus up on the wall, dog-eared magazines in array on shelves contrast starkly with the perfectly starched apron of the matronly, wide-smiled Ramen chef.

If you have a chance to come by Kita Kamakura and need lunch or dinner, make sure to stop by this amazing Ramen shop.

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Former Deep Japan Writer

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