Places with lines are almost always good. Place that maintain a fifteen person line for well over thirty minutes. In the case of Musashi, it's very true. While Musashi is a basic, no frills ramen shop, it's honestly really good. You usually expect ramen to be average in the culinary scheme of things. Usually, that assumption isn't far off the mark, especially in the case of chain restaurants. I had a regular bowl of ramen. The noodles were the perfect texture, and the soup was the perfect consistency. My slice of pork crumbled off my chop sticks. While it was better than normal, I've had better. Still, this would be a great place to stop for lunch. The decor, by the way, is the epitome of plain Jane. My above average bowl of plain ramen cost 860 yen.