Updated: April 17, 2018
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6 Of The Best Ramen Joints In Asakusa, Tokyo

The streets of Asakusa still has the old downtown atmosphere and many old-established shops and restaurants still remain. So, when people think of places to go to eat ramen, Asakusa is not a place that they may think of at first. But, there are many good ramen joints, and this article will introduce 6 of them that you should visit.

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A Popular Ramen Noodle Restaurant Often Reported In The Media: “Saga Ramen Midori”

It is a 10 minute walk from Asakusa station.

Dinnertime: 19:00 pm to 03:00 am (next day)
Last order: 02:30 am
Closed on Wednesday
Open during lunchtime
Can enter after 10 pm and 12 pm
Open also on Sunday
AJI-JIMAN Ramen ¥750

The ramen at Saga Ramen Midori uses seaweed from the Sea of Ariake. The soup is so beautiful that you wouldn't think it is a pork bone ramen. It is possible to upgrade to large for an additional 100 yen.

A New Nagahama Ramen With Creamy And “Rich” Soup: “Moritaya Asakusa Flagship Store”

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It is a 4 minute walk from Asakusa station.

Mon-Sat: 11:00 am to 26:00 pm
Sun/Hol: 11:00 am to 22:00 pm
Open during lunchtime
Can enter after 10 pm and 12 pm
Open also on Sunday
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Moritaya ramen ¥750

This ramen is also recommended for women. It is said that the pork bone soup at Moritaya is not oily because they use vegetable oil.

A Restaurant With A Variety Of Menu Items: “Asakusa Shoyu Ramen Kibitaro”

It is a 4 minute walk from Asakusa station.
This restaurant attracts guests with many choices of ramen.

Mon-Fry: 18:00 pm to 05:00 am (next day)
Sat: 11:30 am to 05:00 am (next day)
Sun: 11:30 am to 22:00 pm (until 05:00 am if next is holiday)
Holiday: open at 11:30 (closing hours vary)
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Shoyu Ramen Assari (plain) ¥720

This savory ramen looks delicious, but you can also choose other types of ramen that match your day's mood such as the thick Gyokai-kei (fish) tsukemen (dipping noodles) or oily pork bone soy sauce ramen.

A Restaurant Where Many Famous People Visit: “Taisho Kan”

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It is a 4 minute walk from Asakusa station.

Open 24 hours (also on Sunday)
Can enter after 10 pm and 12 pm
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Tsukemen ¥700

This large tsukemen features slightly black, thick tsukemen soup with chashu and boiled egg underneath the tsukemen noodles. The soup is on the sweet side more than the sour side.

Thick But Creamy White Soup Ramen: “Hakuryu Ramen Asakusa Store”

It is a 2 minute walk from Asakusa station.
Gyoza is also a popular dish.

Hours: 11:00 am to 04:00 am (next day)
Last order: 03:30 am
Can enter after 12pm
Open also on Sunday
Hakuryu ramen ¥600

Opened in 2016, this restaurant is particular about the ingredients it uses to offer the customers a rich natural taste. The white pork bone soup is thick, creamy, rich, and sweet. They also have a private room, which is unusual for ramen restaurants.

"Tokyo Miyoshi" For Some Rich White Nagahama Ramen

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Tokyo Miyoshi is located a 2-minute walk from the Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station. It specializes in the Hakata-Nagahama style of ramen. It contains some thick slices of chashu (pork belly fat), spring onions and spicy bamboo shoots in a white broth. The broth is made by simmering a lavish amount of bones which creates a rich and deep natural flavor as a base. The soup is succulent and has an addictive light sweetness to it. It's the kind of ramen soup you'll want to drink to the last drop.
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Lastly…

As you just saw, there are so many ramen restaurants even in Asakusa area, so those who like Ramen and like Asakusa should check it out! If you have never been there, try some ramen noodles.

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