The new place is in a good location in northerly Yaesu - right next to the famous old sake specialist Fukube. I've never been there, but perhaps you have? It's famous for some stinky fish specialty that I've forgotten the name of. Perhaps you remember? By the line, I'd say a lot of people remember where this branch is already. On the other hand, 8 or 10 people is a very acceptable wait at Tsujita, and it went fast.
Inside is much the same as any Tsujita, or any modern ramen place. I found the staff especially serious and uncommunicative here. Maybe it's just because I'm foreign. They also didn't set my place with a glass of water like they do for all the domestic guests.
They gave me the same ramen that everyone gets though. I tell a lie, because just about everyone gets tsukemen here. You know I don't like them. Tsujita really encourages them though. There are elaborate instructions on the counter that tell you how to eat their tsukemen - eat a third, add some seasoning, moisten the noodles with lime, eat a second third, do something else. I added some of their 'black shichimi' and found it hot as hell although delicious. As is everything else in this bowl. It's a very good bowl.
And a great egg. You can't cook an egg better than this. The taste and texture of the gelled yolk, phew. I'm excited just thinking about it.