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[Tokyo ]The best place to eat delicious ramen! Introduction of recommended ramen restaurants in Tokyo

[Tokyo ]The best place to eat delicious ramen! Introduction of recommended ramen restaurants in Tokyo

2021-10-05 Management office

Tokyo is a fierce battleground for ramen. Numerous ramen shops are doing their best, including Ramen Jiro, which is famous for its kotte-roku, soy sauce flavor, and seafood such as niboshi (dried fish). Although queuing is a must, we have collected some of the best ramen shops that you should try and see. Please refer to them when you have a meal during your sightseeing in Tokyo.
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Izuru Izuru (Chinese noodle soup)

The rich niboshi ramen store, the smell of seafood wafts from near the restaurant.
It is a rich collaboration of fragrant dried sardines and a thick, sloppy broth. The style of eating is to hand over a ticket with a meal ticket, and it has become a popular restaurant where there is always a long line of customers.
Niboshi" is a Japanese word for "dashi" (soup stock), but the soup is made with a level of niboshi that will make you thirsty, making it an irresistible drink for those who love niboshi.

Refill is a washi ball!

The most popular type of refill is the "daitama (refill)" or "washitama (refill). The most popular type is the "washitama," which can be eaten only after regular ramen, and is available for 200 yen with a choice of thin or medium-thick noodles. The noodles are mixed with shredded chashu pork, mystery powder and oil. It is delicious eaten as it is, but we recommend dipping it into the ramen soup at the end of the meal.

"Store Information "
Name: Chuka-soba Izuru (Chinese noodle restaurant)
Address: 2-1-18 Shiba Daimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0012
Telephone number: Not open to the public
Hours: (Lunch) 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Dinner) 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Closes when soup is finished.
Closed: Saturday and Sunday
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space & Facilities: Super thick ramen noodles with full-bodied niboshi (dried sardines) in a secluded location. It is a popular restaurant with many repeat customers due to its addictive richness.


The pork bone and seafood W soup is rich yet addictive, making you want to eat it every day.
The ramen, which is made with a lot of time and effort, has a rich yet refreshing aftertaste, and has a reputation for its high level of taste and customer service.
The well-cooked chashu pork has a deep flavor and is the perfect topping for ramen. The noodles are also smooth and firm, making them a delicious accompaniment to the soup.

Chashu rice is also popular!

The chashu rice is secretly very popular. It can be served as a set with ramen, and the rich chashu pork, which seems to fall apart, is combined with white rice for a delicious meal.
The restaurant also serves gyoza and egg rice, making it perfect not only for ramen but also as a meal.
It is no wonder that there are so many repeat customers, making it a great restaurant to keep secret.

"Store Information "
Store name: Koukaibou
Address: 2-13-10 Fukagawa, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0033
Phone number: 03-5620-4777
Hours: (Lunch) 11:00 - 15:00 (Evening) 17:30 - 18:30 (close when sold out) Saturday and holidays: lunch only
Closed: Wednesdays and Sundays (*Closed even on national holidays)
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space and Facilities: The restaurant has tables as well as counter seating, and is well known for its excellent customer service and rich flavor.

Somenya Yoshitomo

This is a popular ramen restaurant with a long line of customers. It is said to be one of the best pork bone and seafood restaurants in the ramen world. The thick soup is well mixed with medium-thick straight noodles, allowing you to enjoy its delicious taste.
The turnover is slow because there are only counter seats, but you will not have a hard time waiting because they take good care of you by lending you a parasol. The ramen is popular for its satisfying and satisfying taste, which includes a whole seasoned egg.

Popular Menu Tsukemen

There are two types of ramen: regular ramen and tsukemen. Since both are delicious, we recommend that you go with someone else to share. The soup is thick, but people who come to the restaurant drink every last drop of it before leaving. The soup is rich, but strangely enough, it has a refreshing aftertaste. No matter what time of day you go to the restaurant, there is always a line out the door, so it is recommended that you don't hesitate to go and get in line right away.

"Store Information "
Name: Menya Kichiza
Address: 1-11-3 Toyo, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0016
Phone number: 03-3699-5929
Business hours: 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (close when sold out)
Closed: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space and Facilities: This popular restaurant is considered a famous pork bone and seafood restaurant. There is always a long line of people waiting in line, so we recommend that you be prepared to wait in line.

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This ramen restaurant is located in Nishiogikubo and is considered to be a famous tanmen restaurant. The light soup and vegetables that soak into the soup make for a light and refreshing meal.
Although clean, the dashi broth is well-done and concentrated with flavor. The hearty vegetables also retain just the right amount of crunchiness, allowing you to enjoy the goodness of the ingredients as they are.

Popular Chashu pork

It is made from braised pork thighs and is known to be moist and tasty, not dry as is often the case. The chashu pork is so popular that most people add it as a topping.

"Store Information "
Name: Hatsune
Address: 3-11-9 Nishiogi Minami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 167-0053
Phone number: 03-3333-8501
Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturdays until 4:00 p.m. (closes when soup is gone)
Closed: Sunday and Monday
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space and Facilities: This is a small restaurant with only counter seats, so a long line is a must. The tanmen is popular and most people order tanmen + chashu pork.

Chinese soba Tagano

It is a Chinese noodle restaurant that claims that you will never get tired of eating it even if you eat it every day. The soup is pure Tokyo ramen and does not rely on chemical seasonings, but is made by carefully simmering chicken, dried sardines, and other ingredients.
You can go to pick up numbered tickets in advance and they will notify you on line when the time is approaching, so you don't waste time waiting. Instead, you must pick up your numbered ticket early to be able to eat.

Wafu Tandoori Somen

Spicy Japanese-style tantanmen are also popular. Other options include tsukemen (noodles with dipping sauce).
Many attractive menu items, such as Awakuni no Shio Soba and Awakuni no Shio Tsuke Soba, are so delicious that you will want to devour them all.
Rice is also available, but be sure to get there early to try the popular Tagano-don, which is available in limited quantities.

"Store Information "
Name: Chinese Soba TAGANO
Address: 2-15-10 Nakanobu, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 142-0053
Phone number: 03-3787-2100
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (numbered tickets available from around 9:00 a.m.)
Closed: Sunday
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space and Facilities: This is a very popular restaurant with only 10 counter seats. You can get numbered tickets from around 9:00 a.m., so it is recommended to pick them up early.

Noodle Shop Bigiya

The soup, carefully made from chicken and seafood broth, is very popular today and has made many people gasp in delight.
It is a popular ramen restaurant in Tokyo and has won the Michelin Guide Tokyo for six consecutive years.
The soup, made from more than 10 types of ingredients including chicken bones, whole chicken, pork bones, and seafood, has become popular among people of all ages. The noodles with whole wheat flour are a perfect match for the wheat and intertwine with the soup, making it an excellent dish.

Very popular Tsukemen!

The very popular tsukemen (dipping noodles) are limited, so be sure to get there early. The chashu pork is also prepared in two different ways, roasted and sliced, to ensure that it is at its best.
There are also two types of ramen: shoyu ramen and yuzu-scented white soy sauce ramen, each with its own unique flavor. For those who prefer a stronger flavor, the shoyu ramen is recommended.

"Store Information "
Address: 4-9, Takaban 2-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-0004, Japan
Phone number: 03-5722-1669
Business hours: (Lunch) 11:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. (Evening) 6:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Weekends and holidays until 2:30 p.m. (closes when sold out)
Closed: Tuesday
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space and Facilities: This popular restaurant has won the Michelin Guide Tokyo for six consecutive years. You can choose between shoyu ramen and yuzu-scented white soy sauce ramen.

Setagaya Hirugao Komazawa Honten

What a surprise, this restaurant serves different ramen for lunch and dinner.
It is called Shio Ramen Specialty Restaurant Hirugao for lunch and Niboshi Shoyu Ramen Setagaya for dinner.
The lunchtime soup is exquisitely balanced with seafood as well as dried sardines and chicken broth, and the thin noodles are our original noodles. Lunch is rather light, but still rich. Both are very satisfying, and the restaurant has become a popular place with a long line of customers.

Soy sauce ramen at night

At night, the restaurant becomes another rich soy sauce ramen restaurant.
You can enjoy a hearty bowl of ramen with a rich soy sauce broth and thick chashu pork. Tsukemen and wonton noodle soup are also available both day and night. The appetizing aroma and satisfying volume of these delicious ramen dishes are sure to satisfy your appetite.
We encourage you to try both lunch and dinner ramen.

"Store Information "
Name: Setagaya Hirugao Komazawa Honten
Address: 2-1-2 Nozawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0003, Japan
Phone number: 03-3418-6938
Hours: (Lunch) 11:00 - 15:00 (Evening) 16:00 - 20:00
Closed: Wednesday (or Thursday if Wednesday is a national holiday)
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space and Facilities: This is an unusual restaurant that serves shio ramen during the day and shoyu ramen at night. Both are thick and popular.

Takichan Ramen

Chankei Ramen's 14th branch opened in April 2022 on the B1F of Toranomon Hills Business Tower.

The only ramen available is the lightly salted Chinese noodles, which are homemade, flattened, straight, medium-thick noodles. The basic Chinese noodle (900 yen) is served in a simple style, topped with their signature melt-in-your-mouth chashu pork and green onions. If you want to add more chashu pork, you can order chashu noodle (1,200 yen), double (1,400 yen), triple (1,600 yen), etc.

Complimentary kimchi and takana can be used to change the flavor or as an accompaniment to rice. Other seasonings such as garlic, pepper, and vinegar are also available on the tabletop. Additional toppings can also be ordered with cash payment.

If you like chan-style ramen, you should definitely pay a visit.

"Store Information "
Name: Taki-chan Ramen Toranomon Hills
Address: Toranomon Hills Business Tower B1F, 1-17-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone number: 03-6206-7110
Business hours: 11:00~22:00
Closed: Open daily (may be closed for building maintenance, in-house training, etc.)
Budget: ~999 yen
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space & Facilities: Calm space, counter seating available

Aburasoba Suzunoki

Located a 1-minute walk from Ikebukuro Station, this restaurant offers "Oil Soba ".

The restaurant's No. 1 menu item "Spicy Mazesoba "is topped with spicy miso, cheese, mayonnaise, fried garlic, chopped onions, and chopped green onions.
The noodles are made of chewy medium-thick noodles, and when mixed well, the sauce is very tasty and entices the chewy thick noodles.

The bottom of the bowl is filled with sauce, so after enjoying mazesoba, you can enjoy it twice by adding omiyami to the remaining soup. For those who want to take it up a notch, add cheese powder, pepper, and raayu (Chinese chili oil) to the rice to create a special cheese risotto. Please give it a try.

"Store Information "
Name: Oil Soba Suzunoki
Address: Aurora Building 1F, 2-18-2 Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Phone number: 03-6709-1476
Business hours: 11:00-23:00 (L.O.22:30)
Closed: Open every day
Budget: ~¥999
No smoking and no eating: No smoking at all seats
Space & Facilities: Stylish space


We have introduced only the best ramen shops in Tokyo for sightseeing. From rich to light, you can enjoy the soup and noodles that have been carefully selected. All of them are delicious ramen stores, so please try them.

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