For being such a hip and popular spot, many of Harajuku's restaurants close fairly early (when compared to somewhere like nearby Shibuya Station). Searching for a late-night bowl of ramen can be more of a challenge than you'd expect! We're here to help. This is a list of 5 ramen shops that are open late!
Did you know that ramen actually tastes better on a rainy day? The reason is that the amount of scum produced when cooking the soup is lower than on a fair-weather day. Why is this? Read on to find out
5 minutes away from Mitaka Station, west of Tokyo, is a restaurant called 'Tori Soba Yamamoto,' which serves a truly outstanding bowl of chicken ramen for just 2 hours a day during lunchtime. If you're a ramen fan, this place should definitely be added to your list!
'Rokkando' is a popular ramen shop in Tokyo's Ikebukuro neighborhood that serves ramen with green noodles! We went to find out why the noodles are green and see if the ramen was any good. It turns out the ramen is not only delicious but perhaps healthier than a standard bowl of ramen!
This article will introduce 3 ramen shops in the middle of Shibuya, Tokyo that feature 24-hour service! Whether you're looking for a place to grab a meal after a late night of partying, or you're curious to try eating ramen for breakfast, these are the places to try!
Shinagawa is a busy station that has great access to Narita and Haneda Airport. It is also a great place to have a quick lunch or dinner between travel! Ramen is the perfect travel food since it is usually served and eaten quickly! Here are 5 popular ramen shops in Shinagawa worth trying.
'Kami no Te' is a unique ramen restaurant in West Tokyo's Koenji neighborhood. The shop serves a variety of inventive ramen bowls that are exciting and unconventional. This time, I went to try out the very intriguing 'Omu-ramen,' which features an omelet atop a bowl of tomato bazil ramen!