Tuesday, April 10, 2018


One chain shop I had never been to was Satsumakko. A kagoshima style ramen shop, the flagship shop of this chain is in Tenma, though shops can be found everywhere in Osaka. I went to the Kitashinchi branch with some friends and ordered the standard ramen.


The Bowl
This fits in the style of Kinryu ramen: light and easy to eat, meant for post-drinking. The soup was a mix of oil, salt and garlic, barely meant to be drank, but more intended as a base of flavor for the curly noodles. That trademark tonkotsu stink wafted from the slices of chashu, further cementing this as a bowl that goes well with a beer.


Would I Go Again?
Yeah, but not alone, and not sober.


Should You Go?
This is not a must-stop shop, but it's worth a try for anyone who wants an infusion of garlic after some drinks.



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