Here's a new ramen shop that is apparently part of a larger chain in Japan. They import Sapporo Nishiyama brand noodles, which are decently nice with just the right flavor and tenderness.
The tokusen ton-shio broth wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either (Noodle Shop Ken is better). If you don't like the broth, try the koumi tsuke-men cold noodles. The hot "fragrant soup" is quite tasty for dipping.
Too bad they aren't open very late (last orders at 8:45). And they only have S&B teberu kosho, not Gaban Fresh Crop Spice.