One of my best Ramens I've ever had *but* this one is not for everyone, particularly because its noodles come very soft ("over-cooked" for many people). For some reason a lot of Ramen lovers in Japan tend to like *under-cooked* noodles that have firm texture. I also like it that way for Udon & Soba and certain types of Ramen, but not this one. This specific Ramen is over-cooked on purpose to make the noodles blend well with the soup that is fish-stock, soy-sause based, fairly simple soup. Non-Japanese visitors tend NOT to be a huge fan of fish-stock soup so I'm actually not comfident you'd like this Ramen, so consider this one as my personal recommendation.