Updated： February 25, 2020
Ramen in Omotesando: 5 aweseome, hearty joints
Here's a guide to some of the best ramen restaurants in and around Omotesando.
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Hajime is an excellent ramen restaurant that serves super savory, strong-tasting ramen that is made without chemical additives. The broth is made from a blend of free-range chicken and black pork, and they also have some tsukemen dipping noodles that are just as popular as the ramen. You can an extra-large serving of noodles at no additional cost.
Darumaya is a popular joint where you can have some cheap and delicious chuka Chinese food and also some amazing classical shoyu (soy-based) ramen (¥850). The ramen is served in a plain but delicious soup with the toppings on a side dish.
Oreryu Shio Ramen Jingumae
Although this shop's name suggests that the specialty is shio ramen, it actually serves all kinds of ramen. Another one of the specialties here is the karaage fried chicken, which you can have also as a ramen topping! Try their signature 'Meibutsu Otokozakari' ramen that's served to you with two huge pieces of fried chicken as a topping, along with the chashu pork and standard eggs.
This ramen joint is actually closer to Shibuya Station than Omotesando Station, but it's still within a walking distance (around 10-12 minutes). The specialty here is rich-tasting chicken broth ramen and chicken chashu. You can have it either as standard ramen or as tsukemen dipping noodles with a soup that is even more concentrated. In the summer, you can even have cold soba dishes.
This is a cheap Chinese restaurant with some good, hearty ramen bowls and set meals. For the ramen, you can order some tantanmen, some mabo dofu ramen, wonton ramen, and several other kinds. They have pretty cheap dinner courses too (¥2,000) for which you can add an all-you-can-drink option for ¥1,500.
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