Updated: November 06, 2018
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5 Popular Ramen Shops in Sugamo, Tokyo

Sugamo Station is best known as Harajuku for seniors. There is a street called Jizo-Dori, often nicknamed as the “Omotesando for grannies” or the “Grandmothers’ Harajuku”. Charentaise slippers and huge red panties are the trends there. Another thing that is famous in Sugamo is the delicious ramen!

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Japanese Noodles Soba Tsuta | 蔦

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A Michelin star ramen shop! It is located a few minutes away from Sugamo station. The traditional Japanese-style interior will enlight the trip in the neighborhood. The joint is really popular and there are only 9 seats, therefore you have to go early otherwise you might have to wait in line.

Tsuta has its own ticketing system. Tickets are distributed outside the restaurant from 8 am (and often 7 am). Everyone in the group wanting to eat at Tsuya must be present to get a ticket and pay a refundable 1,000 yen deposit each. The colored ticket represents a seating time at which you can return to the restaurant to eat with tickets typically allocated for 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm or 4pm.

Their specialty dish is the soba with wontons in shoyu (soy sauce) broth with a price of 1,500 yen. Sounds a bit expensive but the truffle oil alone is definitely worth more than the price of the ramen!
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Sengoku Jiman Ramen | 千石自慢らーめん

It is located 4 minutes away from either Sugamo station or Sengoku station. There are 2 floors with a total of 33 seats with the choice of counter seats or table seats. The interior has dim light and izakaya-like environment.

The restaurant is famous for mixed pork and chicken bones broth shio ramen (salt ramen) and soy-based pork broth moyashi ramen (bean sprout ramen) with the price of 680 yen and 770 yen respectively. The popular topping is chashu (roasted pork).

Ramen Bar Yakisoba Hit | ラーメン BAR やきそばー HIT

This ramen shop is only open from dinner time until late at night. It is a cozy shop with only 9 counter seats available and is a non-smoking establishment.

The best dishes here according to many people is the shoyu ramen (soy-based ramen) and the yakisoba (fried noodles) with prices of 600 yen and 700 yen respectively. Shochu (Japanese spirit) is available too.

Jubei | 十兵衛

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Jubei is located in between Sengoku Station and Sugamo Station. The store front is ninja-like with dark wood covering the shop. Jubei has only 14 counter seats and a dim light interior.

Jubei is famous for Jubei ramen (house special) and mayu tonkotsu ramen (pork bone broth with sesame oil ramen) with the prices of 850 yen and 700 yen respectively. You might be lucky enough receive a complimentary small fried rice dish if you dine-in during lunch time.

Menya Imamura | 麺や いま村

Menya Ichimura is the closest to Sugamo station of all the ramen shops mentioned here. The storefront looks more like an actual house than a restaurant. You'll notice a wide kitchen when you walk in.

The shop serves chicken broth ramen either shoyu-based or shio-based. Shio ramen is the recommendation here with a price of 800 yen. The noodles come with boiled mushroom oil and grated lemon and ginger that you can add into the soup for better taste. You can also add an ajitama (marinated egg) for only 100 yen.

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