Updated: July 24, 2019
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3 superb vegan & vegetarian ramen joints [Tokyo Station]

Tokyo Station

There are some very good vegetarian/vegan ramen joints in and around Tokyo Station. Here are three places you won't go wrong with!

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Soranoiro Nippon

Soranoiro is a super popular restaurant, which has appeared in the Michelin Guide for 3 years in a row. The first restaurant was in Kojimachi, but they are now implementing restaurants at a few places in Japan, including one at Tokyo Station.

Soranoiro's menu is roughly divided into 4 kinds of ramen: veggie soba, vegan veggie soba, umami dashi soba and salt dashi soba. Not all ramen types are vegan (the picture above is the special veggie soba that comes with an egg).
Soranoiro is located on the popular Ramen Street of the B1F of Tokyo Station.

T's tantan

T's tantan is a restaurant that is exclusively vegan. The make really succulent ramen types that resemble their meat counterparts. For instance, you can have a rich 'tonkotsu' pork-based ramen with, of course, no pork used to make it. The ramen style here is inspired by Chinese Sichuan cuisine's dandan noodles (known as tantan in Japan). These tantan ramen are a little spicy and the usual minced pork is substituted with soy.
T's tantan is also located within the Tokyo Station building.

Kyushu Jangara (Nihonbashi Location)

This ramen shop is worth the mention for this one vegan menu option: the rich shoyu ramen. The soy-based broth is packed with delicious umami. Instead of chashu pork as a topping, they use yuba (tofu skins) that has a smokey flavour and goes perfectly with the soy taste.
Kyushu Jangara Nihonbashi location is at a 5-minute walk from Tokyo Station or a 3-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station.

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