Updated： November 07, 2018
The Best Ramen Restaurants within 10 minutes walk from JR Shinjuku Station
Shinjuku is a great place to eat ramen in Tokyo because there are more than 200 ramen restaurants. This article will introduce you to the ramen shops that you should check out neat Shinjuku Station.
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1. Menya Kaijin (麺屋海神）
Menya Kaijin, only 2 minutes walk from Shinjuku station, is known for its shio ramen (salt flavoured ramen) which has a hint of dashi for a deeper umami.
You can customize the spiciness of the soup. Also, eating this ramen with a rice ball is worth trying.
2. Sugoi Niboshi Ramen Nagi (すごい煮干しラーメン凪）
The restaurant is only 6 minutes away from JR Shinjuku station. This ramen is famous for having a rich broth with a strong taste of niboshi (dried sardines).
You can also choose "tsukemen" style ramen, which is a style of ramen where you dip your noodles into a soup as you eat.
3. Kibouken (希望軒）
Kibouken offers both soy sauce based and miso based ramen with a unique presentation since there is roasted pork around the edge of the bowl.
The restaurant is about 3 minutes away from JR Shinjuku station. They also offer sesame-miso based soup ramen, which is a picture above. This flavor has taste of sesame and spiciness.
4. Fu-unji (風雲児）
Fu-unji is 6 minutes walk from JR Shinjuku station. This ramen shop only offers tsukemen style ramen.
Its Tokusei Tsukemen is served with chicken based soup with a pinch of smoked fish powder. This combination of chicken and fish powder makes the soup rich and addictive.
When you want to stop and have some awesome ramen in Tokyo, Shinjuku is the right place to stop. Since there are great ramen restaurants within 10 minutes from Shinjuku station, you can stop by and easily grab some delicious ramen.
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