【Eating Ramen Bowls in Ameyoko, Ueno】Ueno area has a lot of attractions like Ueno Zoo, art museums and Ameyoko. Ameyoko is a popular market for Japanese people on busy streets. At the same time, you enjoy shopping there, you also have many things to do! One of them is eating ramen!!
At Kameari Station, you will find one of Tokyo's hidden gems: Tsukemen Michi! Here, you will be able to enjoy their popular "Tokusei Tsukemen", which is super thick noodles you can dip into a rich and tasty fish and pork broth. Tsukemen addicts, this is a must-try!
Unbelievable! You can have a meal of tsukemen for 0 yen at a new joint called Tsukemen Akatombo in Nishi Shinjuku. We tried it and it was excellent. The offer is only valid until the 21st of October, so hurry up to get yours!
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!
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.
Tsukemen Takekawa is shop in Sangenjaya specialized in tsukemen (dipping ramen). Their popular menu "Additive-free tsukemen" has very rich chicken paitan sauce, chewy noodles, and organic vegetables. You should try this beautiful tsukemen.
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? 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!
There are hundreds of ramen restaurants, and yet people line up specifically for the store, "Menya Ittou." Find out what is so alluring about this bowl of ramen in this article!
Nishi-Shinjuku is an area that has many tall business buildings and the streets are always full of busy office workers. But actually, this area has many hidden ramen stores! This article will introduce the top 8 ramen store in the Nishi-Shinjuku area.