I stopped by Sangucheria Kuchi, the Peruvian sandwich service at the Bepocah location in Harajuku. I had the Pan Con Chicharron sandwich (roast pork, lettuce, potatoes, and a sauce with onions) with salad and a drink for ¥1100-it was excellent-lots of meat. It is said that the pork thoroughly cooked in water and then fried in its own fat for a crunchy finish. I'll be back for the spicy chicken sandwich.
Arashikawa Ramen Ueda is named after a town in Hokkaido, which is famous for miso ramen. This variety was a monthly special with yuzu in the broth, which was overwhelmed by the miso, which I like so no problem really. If I want yuzu flavor I can go to Afrui in Ebisu easily.