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.
Is this what dreams are made of? Without even having to hop on a plane, you can try the different ramen flavors not only from Japan, but worldwide! More than a museum, it's a ramen amusement park!
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.
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.
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!
Here are ramen restaurants to go in Kichijoji. From tsukemen, ramen, and to heavy stamina ramen! Keep in mind of these restaurants if you are eating ramen in Kichijoji.
Looking for the best ramen in Tokyo? Tokyo is literally a ramen heaven where thousands of ramen shops are serving their own ramen. Out of them, Rokurinsha is a top ramen shop known for the incredibly delicious ramen and tsukemen (dipping ramen noodles). You should try the national-famous noodles while you are in Tokyo!
Have you ever heard of tomato ramen? It is getting popular in Japan, especially Tokyo area as it's healthier and more nutritious. There is a chain ramen shop called "taiyo no tomato-men" that specializes in tomato ramen you should visit to try the surprisingly delicious new type of ramen!
There are as many types of ramen as there as stars in the sky..I'm only kidding, but there really are an almost infinite amount of different types of ramen to try in Japan. Ramen lovers, I really recommend trying ramen in each prefecture you visit, in order to really taste the regional particularities!!
A cute cafe-looking store is actually a ramen store! Although they have the orthodox "Soy Sauce Ramen" and "Miso Ramen", they also have new style ramen such as the "Cold Vegetable Potage Ramen"! Let's take a look at what the vegetable potage ramen is like!