Did you know that the toppings and taste of ramen may differ when you travel across prefectures in Japan? Wakayama Prefecture serves thick pork broth Chinese ramen with sushi. You read that right, people of Wakayama love to eat ramen with sushi!
Venturing out towards Nakano along the Chuo line is Higashi Nakano - Nakano's little brother to the east. Here you'll find a long street called Ginza with a number of little shops and eateries. A local's favourite here is "Juban" a down-to-earth diner-style eatery with a friendly charm. The food is worth lining up for!
Yokohama-iekei Ramen is a speciality ramen dish that originates from the Yokohama area. It literally means "homestyle or family-style" and is one of the creations of a Yokohama local all the way back in 1974. This iekei style of ramen has gained somewhat of a cult following in Japan is a must-try for any ramen-buff!
Asagaya is one stop away from hip Koenji on the Chuo line, and a few stops before Kichijoji on the same line. It is surrounded by cool neighborhoods, but is still an understated fun place to visit. It's developping quickly and has a lot of nice fun and small bars and restos. You need to stop by if you love international cuisine in an unpretentious setting.
Ramen Square is a popular place for ramen lovers in western Tokyo. It comprises 7 popular ramen shops battling it out to be recognised as the best ramen joint in town!
Japan has a plethora of quirky restaurants, shops, and hot spots. This vending machine cafeteria restaurant in Gunma prefecture, about 2 hours from Tokyo, is one of a kind! It'll definitely make an interesting day trip. You'll be surprised with what you can order!
Now known as the food that represents Japan, ramen is loved by all people. Instant ramen and chain stores has been becoming famous so ramen has become a meal that can eaten fairly easily all the time. Don’t you want to enjoy a bowl of delicious ramen if you were to eat it? So, this time we will introduce delicious ramen restaurants located in the hot spot of ramen, Takadanobaba in Tokyo.
Nothing beats a day trip to Hakone! With so much to do in the area focus more on the other stuff and leave the food planning up to us. Eat at one of the great restaurants nearby Gora station, the main transfer hub in Hakone. Here are the top 7 restaurants around Gora station that won't break the bank!