Updated: September 30, 2019
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Fanciest Bowls of Ramen in Tokyo

These are 5 of the fanciest bowls of ramen in Tokyo, from beautifully arranged tsukemen to Ginza ramen with wagyu on the top. Enjoy!

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1. Wagyu Ramen at re:Dine Ginza

Sous-vide Wagyu ramen, ¥1,500
Ginza's fanciest ramen can be found at re:Dine Ginza, one of the most interesting concept restaurants in Tokyo. The ramen is served with sous-vide-cooked chicken and duck chashu, plus a large piece of tender, premium wagyu. Each meat is cooked separately, to a different finishing temperature, giving each its optimal tenderness.
The beautiful golden soup is made with clams, a whole chicken, dried sardines, konbu, and porcini. The finishing touch is duck oil and porcini oil, which gives it its luxurious and deep taste.
The hand-made noodles are thin, yet have a nice bite to them and a lovely wheat flavor. They are the perfect carrier for the light and umami-filled broth.

2. Tori Soba at Mugi to Olive

Tori Soba, ¥880
Mugi to Olive is a popular ramen shop in Ginza, Tokyo which has received the Michelin's Prestigious Bib Gourmand Award for many years in a row.
The toppings on this fancy bowl of ramen include slices of pork and chicken, nagaimo (a kind of Japanese yam), tied naruto (fish cake), chopped green onions, and seaweed.
The noodles are thin with a rich wheat flavor. Surprisingly, they are made from 20 kinds of selected wheat! It's a luxurious and well-thought-out bowl of ramen that won't disappoint!

3. Lobster Ramen at Onisoba Fujiya ~Premium~

Lobster Miso Ramen, ¥1,000
Onisobafujiya is a ramen restaurant in Shibuya that just opened in July of 2019 and offers quite a special menu featuring luxurious lobster ramen. As soon as the bowl arrives at the table, the beautiful, fragrant scent of lobster fills the air. You can tell that it's going to be delicious even before you take a bite!
The huge piece of lobster sitting in the middle of the bowl is definitely an attention-graber, and it makes it hard to see that there are actually other toppings in the bowl, including a lovely piece of chashu, green onions, and more lobster meat. If you like seafood, you will absolutely love this luxurious bowl of ramen!

4. Vege Tsukemen at Gotsubo

Vege Tsukemen, ¥990
The concept of this creative tsukemen restaurant is 'tsukemen with vegetables,' something which is a bit uncommon for the genre. The recommended item has to be the 'Vege Tsukemen,' shown above which is probably the most beautifully presented tsukemen in all of Tokyo. The plate of noodles and toppings shown above comes with your choice of thick toripaitan 鶏白湯(chicken broth) soup, or shrimp tomato soup for dipping.

5. Deluxe Shio Soba at Motenashi Kuroki

'Deluxe Shio Soba' ¥1,250
Motenashi Kuroki is a unique ramen shop serving what they call 'shio soba.' Everything in the bowl, from the noodles, to the chashu, to the toppings is made in-house, which is surprisingly rare among ramen restaurants. A tare made from 5 different types of salt is added to a broth made from 3 kinds of free range chicken and duck, creating a soup that is wonderfully rich and packed with umami.
This Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand ramen is not to be missed if you're in Tokyo!

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