This restaurant opens at 7 in the morning, serving breakfast ramen in the style of the Shita district. Connoisseurs have one bowl hot and one bowl cold, and you can find just such a discounted set as a popular item on the menu. For both hot and cold ramen, you can take your pick of either red (standard soy sauce base) or white (pale soy sauce made with more flour and less soy beans) broth. Their most popular dish is "Atatakai Shina Soba Aka" (Hot Red Ramen), with a delicious broth that has the aroma of bonito. The noodles are of moderate thickness, and the pork is refreshing with little grease. Make sure to try the limited time only chicken white broth when you can.