Updated: November 13, 2019
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Odaiba's Ramen Park: 'Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai'


Located in Odaiba, Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan "Mai" is one of the coolest collections of famous ramen shops in Tokyo. If you're on the hunt for a great place for lunch in Odaiba, this place should be on your radar!

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A Gathering of Famous Ramen Shops in Odaiba!

'Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan "Mai"' was opened inside Odaiba's Aqua City in 2016. The concept of the ramen alley is bringing the world of great ramen to the many international visitors of Odaiba.
There are a total of 6 famous and tasty ramen shops gathered in this "ramen park" each offering a different and delicious bowl of ramen. No matter which ramen you choose to go with, you won't be disappointed. However, here are 2 of the ramens we though we most worth mentioning:

Incredible Wagyu Chashu! 'Setagaya'

'Setagaya' is a famous ramen shop with quite a reputation. There is another location inside 'Gekisenku,' one of the 2 ramen alleys inside Tokyo Station, and it usually has one of the longest lines outside of it. At the Setagaya location here in Odaiba, however, there's a special limited-edition bowl of 'Wagyu Chashu Paitan Men' that is available for ¥1,400. This hearty ramen features a generous portion of large wagyu slices that melt into the soup.

'Nidaime Hakata Daruma,' Representing Hakata-Style Ramen

'Nidaime Hakata Daruma' is a ramen shop run by one of the apprentices who used to work at the now-closed 'Hakozaki Daruma,' a legendary Hakata ramen shop that was opened back in 1963.

The ramen is classic, good-as-it-gets Hakata-style ramen that is essentially the same as that served 50 years ago. The soup is cooked for 16 hours in a process that is specific to the Hakata-stlye, and has an amazing texture that you need to experience.

The picture shown above is the 'Ladies Gyoza Set,' which features a mini ramen, gyoza, soft drink, and dessert for just ¥1,000. Luckily, anyone is welcome to order the set, so don't feel bad about ordering it even if you're not a lady.


Odaiba's 'Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan "Mai"' is located inside Aqua City, on the 5th floor. Follow the signs and you can't miss it.
Aqua City can be accessed via Daiba Station or Tokyo Teleport Station and is a fairly quick walk from either station.

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