Ramen Nagi is a well-known franchise in Tokyo that serves quite possibly the best fish broth ramen in Japan! People rave about this store and there are often long lines to get in. It's really worth the visit, however! Even people that don't like seafood get smitten by the irresistible soup!
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!
For ramen lovers, there is a local ramen type called Nagasaki champon you need to try. It is originally from Nagasaki city, located in the southern part of Japan. The ramen is incredibly delicious, you can enjoy the rich and flavorful soup, thick noodles, and a variety of toppings. Ringer hut, the biggest chain ramen shop, offers cheap yet great-tasting Nagasaki champon throughout the country.
Only from May 16th to June 30th at Menya Musashi Iwatora in Ginza, you can try the limited time menu "tsukebab 2018" (Kebab x Tsukemen x cheese)!
To those who want to eat delicious ramen around JR Tokyo Station. A nice diversity of excellent ramen joints can be found around the station. Here are 5 popular ramen joints people of Tokyo really love!
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!
At an 8-minute walk from the Nakano Station, Menya Hashimoto serves ramen made with an excellent balance of meat and fish broth. Some people say they could eat it every day. Find out more about this popular ramen joint you should try when you are in Nakano, Tokyo.
Kitakata Ramen Bannai is a chain ramen shop which has many branches throughout the country, mainly in Tokyo. You must try their famous ramen, which is a ramen literally covered in slices of roast pork!
Furaikyo is a popular ramen shop in Shinjuku where people often make a line to eat their rich, flavorful shio (salt) ramen. If you are a ramen lover, you need to give it a try!