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Kagari Echika fit Ginza

The basic choice is the same: hot chicken-broth ramen (Kagari calls it tori-paitan soba) or the heartier chilled noodles with dipping sauce (tori-paitan tsuke-soba). The selection of toppings is less extensive — don’t expect any roast beef here — and fans of Kagari’s delectable yaki-gohan (grilled rice ball) will be disappointed too. But that is a small price to pay for not having to wait in line, especially in the rainy season or in the heat of mid-summer.