There are thousands of ramen shops in Tokyo and each of them has their own specialty. Out of them, Gantetsu serves unique ramen which consists of tuna broth based soup, which is popular and worth trying!
Tokyo Underground Ramen, Ikebukuro, Tokyo, is run by a very famous ramen shop called "Ganja" in Saitama Prefecture. People are lining up for their super rich and delicious tsukemen (dipping ramen) every day. If you are a ramen lover, you need to give it a try!
Sometimes when you think you know Japan, something like this comes along. Boob Ramen, or Oppai Ramen as it's known in Japanese, is the creation of the owner of Ramen Bar Snack Izakaya in Tokyo's Meguro ward. Read on if you dare...
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!
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 ramen lovers, you need to try "Abura soba"! Abura soba is basically an oily type of ramen without soup ("abura" literally means oil). Abura soba originated in Tokyo, and here is the list of hottest abura soba shops there!
Ippudo ramen is a must-try ramen place in Japan. They are popular not only in Japan but now all over the world. If you're looking for cheap and delicious ramen this is it!
Ginza is a really nice place to spend the day, there are tons of cafes and fancy restaurants, as well as it being an awesome shopping district. But with such an important concentration of restos, it can get a little overwhelming. So you can leave it up to us and check out our suggestions on where to have a nice lunch in Ginza!
Craving for ramen in Tokyo? You should try the amazingly rich tsukemen style ramen (dipping ramen)! The soup made from pork and seafood broth is so flavorful and addictive that you won't forget it.
If you are a meat or especially a gyoza lover, you need to try the "Jumbo Gyoza" at Kailaku in Ikebukuro, Tokyo! Gyoza is a small dumpling filled with pork, but at the old-established Chinese restaurant Kailaku, you can try big ones. You can't miss this heavenly gyoza experience!