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  • 'Boise needed ramen': Ramen Sho restaurant brings Japanese comfort food Downtown

    Yuji Hirose, co-owner of Ramen Sho, shares insights about the authentic Japanese noodle dish. Located at 150 N. 8th St., suite 217, Ramen Sho is the first dedicated ramen shop in Boise.

Yuji Hirose, co-owner of Ramen Sho, shares insights about the authentic Japanese noodle dish. Located at 150 N. 8th St., suite 217, Ramen Sho is the first dedicated ramen shop in Boise. mdeeds@idahostatesman.com
Yuji Hirose, co-owner of Ramen Sho, shares insights about the authentic Japanese noodle dish. Located at 150 N. 8th St., suite 217, Ramen Sho is the first dedicated ramen shop in Boise. mdeeds@idahostatesman.com
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New Ramen Sho restaurant adds flavor to Downtown Boise

May 20, 2017 8:42 AM

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Michael Deeds is a columnist, blogger and drink/eat/play scribe for the Idaho Statesman. He also co-hosts “The Other Studio” music show at 8 p.m. Sundays on 94.9 FM The River.