Tucked secretly away in an alley, in a tiny, two-table-and-bar-only room across the street from the classic Japanese spot it shares a name with, Tsujita Annex's a noodle-catessen that's upped the ramen ante with super-thick starch tubes and a crazy-intense pork broth based on a ramen served at a cultishly popular chain in Japan
The soup's also stuffed w/ bean sprouts (ugh), a soft-boiled egg (mmm...), and tons of tenderloin-style pork (WOOOHOOO!!
If you want to mix it up, they've also got a tsukemen (dipping ramen) with cold noodles and a sweeter, equally porky sauce/broth..
... and white rice topped w/ your choice of more pork or sushi-style toppings, like salmon egg and this spicy tuna
They've also got different broth-busters, including garlic and a spicy powder, with a helpful recommendation that you add one spoonful for "good", two spoonfuls for "hot", and three spoonfuls for "awesome". So yeah, you should probably try and be awesome.