Time Out says
Amid the dense concentration of restaurants in Ginza, Do Miso serves up a miso ramen that brims with originality. The most popular bowl on the menu is the Toku Miso Kotteri Ramen (¥930), which features a bold, rich soup made from pork and chicken bones blended with five different kinds of miso and grated ginger.
The bowl is then loaded with copious amounts of bean sprouts, sweet corn, chashu, nori seaweed and a boiled egg, making for a substantial meal nonetheless. Under all the toppings you’ll find thick, curly noodles that are perfect for soaking up all that miso flavour. For those who like a bit of heat, opt for the Miso Orochon Ramen (¥1,000) – you can choose from five levels of spiciness.