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A visit to Yume Ga Arukara is a very specific, but very delicious, experience. The specialty is cold udon noodles that they make in house, served with a healthy portion of thinly sliced marinated beef and other simple toppings and broth. Yume Ga Arukara is the sister restaurant of Yume Wo Katarem, and a bit more casual than its ramen counterpart.
The seating is often described as classroom-style, and Yume Ga Arukara only accepts cash. Try to grab a seat near the open kitchen to marvel at the chef’s impressive noodle skills while you sip on the complimentary tea. You might often see a wait for a seat during the busy lunch rush, but the chewy noodles are well worth it. Be sure to reference Yume Ga Arukara’s Facebook page before you head over, as hours of operation and days that they are open vary from month to month with their primary service being lunch only on most days.