In a small alley in Ginza, hides the popular Ginza Kazami ramen shop. It is famous for ramen made from sake lees. This characteristic ramen goes perfectly with the wide noodles. Ramen lovers, this is should be on your bucket list!
If you are looking for simply delicious ramen made in the traditional way, you might want to head to Ogikubo, because there you will find a joint of very long standing called Harukiya which serves, according to many, the best chuka soba ramen in the area!
Nagasaki is known for being one of the most culturally diverse cities in Japan. It has received influences from many cultures from being Japan's only open port for a long time in history. With Chinese and European influences, ramen found here is also very diverse and delicious thanks to this history. Make sure to try these stores if you are in the area!
If you've never heard of Tsuta, you owe yourself five minutes to find out now. Having gained the first ever Michelin star to the ramen world, Chef and owner, Yuki Onishi, has taken Japanese soba noodles to the next level, nay "enlightenment." Eat before you read this 'cos it will make you hungry!
If you are ramen lovers, you must visit "Tokyo Ramen Street" at Tokyo Station. It has 8 of most famous ramen shops in Tokyo. Here is a guide to the delicious street for you before you visit.
No matter how many times you visit Tokyo, Japan, Harajuku is always one of the best places to explore. Why? Harajuku is the most trendy place in all Tokyo, maybe even Japan! From the most classic to the most trendy, here is a list of things to do in Harajuku!