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Three generations are represented at Menchanko Tei: Kei Yoshida, left, his mother, Yuko Yoshida; and grandmother, Michiko Ishige. They are holding a bowl of noodles called Menchanko, topped with shrimp, tofu, rice cake, cabbage and Chinese chives.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM A bowl of Menchanko noodles.