How I Would Spend $70 a Week in Japan

At the all you can eat Ramen shop!

The only “catch” as far as I’m concerned is that you have a 30 minute limit, and I’m a slow eater.  I wonder if I could just eat my bowl of ramen while in line for my next bowl of ramen?

Perfect place to pig out on pork stock ramen is waiting for noodle fans in Asakusa . There’s a special, heart-piercing sadness that comes when you finish off a bowl of ramen . Maybe it’s because the broth obscures the noodles, making the end of the meal a sudden shock. Source: Tokyo all-you-can-eat ramen buffet costs less than 10 bucks and is near city’s most famous temple

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Tony P. Henderson

Tony P. Henderson is a well traveled army brat who loves comedy and geek culture. After a stint in Los Angeles testing video games, performing comedy, and background acting Tony moved back to Georgia and hasn’t missed a Dragon Con since.

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