The beginning of December brought with it the announcement of the newest Michelin starred restaurants in Tokyo. 2015 saw, for the first time, a ramen restaurant listed on this prestigious collection of restaurants. Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles serves two types of ramen; one with soy and one with salt. The Soy ramen boasts three types of soy sauce from different parts of Japan, one of which is aged for two years in Wakayama. The salt ramen is accentuated with sea salt from Okinawa and rock salt from Mongolia. You’ll also pick up red wine flavor and rosemary flavor on the chasshu (pork). The ingredients are very selectively chosen to bring out the best flavors in this prestigious, yet extremely affordable meal.