The combination is innovative, to say the least! You can enjoy two of Japan's iconic foods that ramen and fugu (blow fish) combined in one unlikely dish.
What is the king of Japanese fast-food? We can say the answer is Ramen! Taking a walk in Tokyo, you'll find dozens of ramen shops, and I'm sure you'll get lost at which shop you should in. Here, take a look at these best ramen you in no.1 city of Japan, Tokyo. With this list you can enjoy the best of Japanese ramen.
Ginza is quite a popular place for tourists and people living in Tokyo because there are just so many things to do! Since it is so crowded whenever you visit, you can easily get lost and wonder where to go and what to eat. Before stepping out to Ginza, here are some lists of the hottest places in Ginza!
Eating ramen is probably one of the must-do things while you are in Japan. But this time, how about trying a Japanese popular comfort food hiyashi chuka instead of ramen? It is a cold ramen, or sometimes called ramen salad, that many of ramen shops in Japan offer only in summer. So, here is a list of popular hiyashi chuka places in Tokyo!
Menkoidokoro is a little gem in a residential area of Yoyogi. Its signature Chuka Soba ramen has lots of toppings, irresistibly chewy noodles and is simply succulent and outstanding; true ramen connoisseurs will not be disappointed.
Abura Soba is soupless ramen mixed with a rich and thick oily sauce. Yummm... At Menya Teiou in Otsuka, Tokyo, the ramen dish is made with natural Chinese oil and doesn't have an overpowering taste so you'll devour it until the last slurp!
Shibuya is one of the must-go spots when you visit Tokyo! You just have to see the Hachiko statue, the Shibuya crossing, and Yoyogi park upon your visit. Here is a list of things to do when you visit Shibuya after taking the pictures of the famous Shibuya crossing.
Ramen lovers will know, there are so many types of ramen to choose from. Normally by the color of the broth, you can tell what kind of soup it is, salt, miso, tonkotsu, soy sauce, etc. But this ramen is completely white, what could it possibly taste like?
Only about a 5-minute walk from Kami-Itabashi Station on the Tobu Tojo line, Kosotto Ramen specializes in soy sauce ramen.
For all spicy food lovers, you need to try this ramen from Mouko Tanmen Nakamoto, Tokyo! Mouko Tanmen Nakamoto serves super spicy ramen, which has been quite popular among ramen lovers. Let's see what they have on the menu and imagine how spicy they are.