Three words. Creamy Miso Ramen. Miso ga Ichiban specialises in miso flavoured ramen. It's not your typical miso ramen though, it's like miso on steroids. Come hit the ramen gym of your dreams!
Japan's ramen restaurant chain Ippudo is opening its 3rd store in Paris. The new location is near Place de la République and is serving a new type of French-Japanese fusion ramen.
Looking for the best ramen in Tokyo? Just visit Kagari, one of the most famous ramen shop located in Ginza, and you will have a great and unique ramen experience.
The area around Harajuku Station is very popular with young people throughout Japan. There are a lot of takeout shops in this area. You can enjoy eating a crepe or ice cream while taking a walk. Here, we will introduce Ramen shops located in Harajuku, the town for young people and also a popular tourist spot. They are all popular shops, where waiting in a line is inevitable, and recommended for anybody regardless of age.
Looking for the best ramen in Tokyo? Then, you need to try Nakiryu in Otsuka. It is one of the only two ramen shops that got a Michelin star. Here is a guide (menu, price, tips, etc) you should read before you visit.
The east exit side of Ikebukuro Station is the hot spot for ramen. Here are the ramen restaurants all ramen lovers have been to at least once. From well-established restaurants and ones that have shown true strength to chain stores, all of these are very popular. A total of 11 restaurants made the cut out of a total of nearly 200 ramen joints in Ikebukuro. You may actually have trouble deciding which one to go.
For ramen lovers, there is a local ramen type called Nagasaki champon you need to try. It is originally from Nagasaki city, located in the southern part of Japan. The ramen is incredibly delicious, you can enjoy the rich and flavorful soup, thick noodles, and a variety of toppings. Ringer hut, the biggest chain ramen shop, offers cheap yet great-tasting Nagasaki champon throughout the country.
Furaikyo is a popular ramen shop in Shinjuku where people often make a line to eat their rich, flavorful shio (salt) ramen. If you are a ramen lover, you need to give it a try!