【Eating Ramen Bowls in Ameyoko, Ueno】Ueno area has a lot of attractions like Ueno Zoo, art museums and Ameyoko. Ameyoko is a popular market for Japanese people on busy streets. At the same time, you enjoy shopping there, you also have many things to do! One of them is eating ramen!!
Shibuya is one of the must-go spots when you visit Tokyo! You just have to see the Hachiko statue, the Shibuya crossing, and Yoyogi park upon your visit. Here is a list of things to do when you visit Shibuya after taking the pictures of the famous Shibuya crossing.
Heading to Akita? Ramen is extremely good in this prefecture and can be the only reason you need to go for a visit! Here are the five best spots to fill up on a warm bowl of ramen when in Akita Prefecture in Japan's north.
Do you want to try tsukemen (dipping ramen) in Tokyo? There is one place you should try in Shinjuku, that is a ramen shop called Fuunji whose tsukemen is extremely delicious and popular with all ramen lovers. Here is a guide to read before you visit.
Menya Hanabi originated in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and is now very popular in Shinjuku, Tokyo! It is a ramen shop, but what you will get is totally different from a normal ramen. They serve a type of ramen called "Taiwan mazesoba", which is incredibly delicious.
For all those eating Halal or vegan and travelling through Japan, Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka is here to satisfy your ramen filling, while respecing your dietary restrictions! It's delicious!
While you're in Tokyo, wouldn't you like to try the very famous Kobe beef. Kobe beef is famous for its flavour, well-marbled texture and tenderness. It is Tajima wagyu (Japanese beef) cattle from Kobe. There are many ways to enjoy this delicious wagyu (Japanese beef). Which one would you like to try? Perhaps all of them! The best way to try Kobe beef is to simply enjoy its delicious flavour as is. You can try it as a steak or on a BBQ grill. It is also delicious ever so slightly dipped in a lightly flavoured broth. You can also try it on top of rice with a raw egg. If you want to have a very Japanese experience, on top of superb ramen. And if you want a twist on a classic, as a burger!
Nishi-Shinjuku is an area that has many tall business buildings and the streets are always full of busy office workers. But actually, this area has many hidden ramen stores! This article will introduce the top 8 ramen store in the Nishi-Shinjuku area.
Shinjuku is known as one of the fiercest battlegrounds for ramen shops with around 200 shops there. They are rich in variety, from basic ones to novelty ones. Ramen, which is originally from China, is now a Japanese national fast food. These are the ramen shops you should visit.