Day 2 of 9…with the Japan Rail Pass and the Best of the Best Ramen Guidebook in hand, I make my way towards Hakodate, the birthplace of ramen. But before I leave Tokyo, a quick stop at Kikanbo Ramen, known for their DEVIL RAMEN…the most intense bowl of noodles I’ve ever experienced. Also, you can’t take a long trip on the shinkansen without a bento box…an affordable and healthy meal on the go. In a few hours, I reach Hakodate and set out to search for my next bowl or ramen.

Japan is one of the most fascinating places I’ve ever visited. A mix of contemporary modern style and centuries old tradition, its culture has many uniquely interesting aspects…the architecture, fashion, anime, manga and of course the food…specifically, RAMEN. Join me, Savi, as I travel across this amazing country from Sapporo to Fukuoka sampling a wide variety of noodles from some of most famous ramen shops in Japan.

100 Bowls of Ramen Map https://goo.gl/maps/qUkTtrmg4G6bKLwa9

Best of the Best Ramen Guidebook (only available in Japan) http://www.ramenadventures.com/p/tokyo-ramen-map.html

Hakodate Capsule Hotel https://goo.gl/maps/zBW32wMGQwuAwMLa6

VLOG451 February 19, 2020

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I came to the US with my father and mother at the age of 1, in the midst of the Khmer Rouge genocide. I lived for almost 40 years without ever returning to Cambodia. It was only recently that I made my first trip back to my homeland and since then, it has been my goal to learn about Cambodia’s rich history, religion and document life of Cambodian people living there. In between my trips, I try to visit the different Khmer communities all over the US to see the differences and similarities between them. Please, I do apologize that my Cambodia language skills aren’t the greatest, but I am trying to relearn!

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