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Ramen in Asakusa!!!There is a good taste ramen in Asakusa.

There is a good taste ramen in Asakusa. I ate ramen that is pork and laver taste. Today I visited "Urinbo" that is my favorite ramen shop. ラーメン とんこつラーメン うりんぼ
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Yeah...This is very good:-))))
YUM. That broth looks incredible!
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