Updated: June 21, 2017
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Ramen Everywhere!! Find Your Favorite Ramen at "Tokyo Ramen Street"

If you are ramen lovers, you must visit "Tokyo Ramen Street" at Tokyo Station. It has 8 of most famous ramen shops in Tokyo. Here is a guide to the delicious street for you before you visit.

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Where is Tokyo Ramen Street?

It is located inside Tokyo Station, one of the biggest station in Japan with over 100 shops on 1F and B1F. There is an area on the basement called "Tokyo First Avenue", where the Tokyo Ramen Station is. Just a minute walk on the right of Yaesu South Exit of Tokyo Station, and you will find a corner with only ramen shops.
It has 8 great ramen shops, all are so famous that there are often lines at lunch and dinner time. You can see information posters around the street, with English information about each shop as well as the procedure for ordering.
All of the shops have a vending machine for ramen tickets. Some shops ask you to buy the ticket before joining the line, and others vice versa, so you need to check the posters outside of each place.

Now, it's time to choose your ramen!

Rokurinsha (六厘舎)

This is the most popular shop in the street. You have to wait in a line but the line usually moves fast and it's totally worth it. They are so famous for the great "tsukemen", a dipping ramen. The noodle is perfectly cooked and the dipping sauce is so rich and sophisticated. It is made from seafood, chicken, and pork simmered for a long time to make a delicious broth.

Tsukemen : 830 yen

Rokurinsya

TokyoStation Ichiban-gai, 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Chiyogami (ちよがみ)

Chiyogami serves simple yet great ramen with clear broth and traditional toppings. Their chashu, slices of roasted pork, are good too. They have two options for your ramen flavor, syoyu (soy sause) and shio (salt).

Syoyu : 980 yen
Shio : 990 yen

Chiyogami

1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Tonkotsu Ramen Oreshiki (とんこつらーめん俺式)

This shop is specialized in tonkotsu (pork) ramen. The soup broth is so rich and creamy. Also you can choose the firmness of your noodle from 1-5. If you don't know which firmness, go for 3.

Tonkotsu ramen : 780 yen

Tonkotsu Ramen Oreshiki

1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Hirugao (ひるがお)

Hirugao offers shio (salt) ramen. Their soup made from chicken and seafood broth is clear and fragrant. It is not as heavy as tonkotsu ramen, yet very flavorful. They use Hokkaido noodles which is nice and thin.

Shio ramen : 750 yen

Hirugao

1-9-1 Marunouchi, CHiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Sora no iro NIPPON (ソラノイロ NIPPON)

If you are looking for vegan ramen or healthy ramen, try this shop. They have some vegan options for their ramen with a lot of vegetables on the top. It is difficult to find vegan ramen in Japan, but you can eat delicious one here!

Vege soba : 900 yen

Soranoiro NIPPON

B1 Tokyo Station Ichiban-gai, 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Tanmen Tonari (東京タンメン トナリ)

Tanmen is also a healthy option having lots of vegetables. It is topped with stir-fried seasonal vegetables including 10 different vegetables like bean sprouts, carrots, and cabbage. The nice and thick noodle and you can choose the soup including spicy one.

Tanmen : 750 yen

Tokyo Tanmen Tonari

1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Kizo (㐂蔵)

Specializing in shio (salt) ramen topped with Sendai's beef tongue steak. The unique texture of beef tongue, lots of green onions, and flavorful shio soup are blending nicely. Beef tongue steak is usually expensive, but you can try it with ramen for 1000 yen.

Ramen (with two slices of beef tongue): 1000 yen

Kizo

1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Ikaruga (斑鳩)

Ikaruga is a popular ramen shop in Kudanshita, Tokyo among ramen lovers. What is special for their ramen is the soup. It is made from various ingredients like pork and seafood, which creates its deep flavor. They also offer unique ramen options like cheese ramen.

Tokyo station ramen : 1000 yen

Ikaruga

1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Ramen Heaven in Tokyo!!!

You should visit this place when you are in Tokyo to get wonderful ramen of your choice!
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