Updated: November 06, 2018
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Try Soup Stock Tokyo: Eat, Don't Drink.

It's always Soup Stock Tokyo's appetizing smell that makes me hungry while walking on a street. Some of you might have seen Soup Stock Tokyo at airport or stations in Japan, but have you ever tried their soup? Let's find out more about Soup Stock Tokyo!

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Soup Stock Tokyo

Soup Stock Tokyo has 57 stores nationwide, and they are a chain that is specialized in serving delicious soup! They use selected and seasonal ingredients to provide customers an exquisite soup experience. They really value the process of cooking, such as simmering and stir frying to bring out ingredients' umami, and they do not use any preservatives and chemical seasonings.

Menu

Soup Stock Tokyo has more than 80 soup menus in total. Since there are so many, for an indecisive person like me, I cannot choose which one I want to eat. So here's a quick guide to help you get an idea of which menu is popular and which soup is a must-try!
You can't miss this soup. It's a must-try. This appetizing soup is called "Tokyo Borscht". They use huge amount of onions and cook them thoroughly until it is caramelized.
Slowly cooked and simmered throughout the night, their delicious borscht delivers juicy and sweet experience.
Lobster Bisque is a number 1 menu at Soup Stock Tokyo. Lobster's umami is just amazing, and the soup has lots of vegetables too! Generally you can only have bisque at French restaurants, so when Soup Stock Tokyo first made it available at their store, it quickly became popular.
They also offer weekly menu, so make sure to check that out too! If you choose to order their set menu, you can have rice or bread along with your choice of soup. Their set menu have several types, where you can try two kinds of soups with rice, a soup and a curry, and more. Don't miss out!
Summer doesn't begin until you eat curry! One of the reasons why Soup Stock Tokyo is so popular among numbers of people is their wide range of menu available, and yes, they offer curry too! Their popular menu include "tomatoes and chicken curry" and "onions and chicken curry". Their vegetarian curry is "spinach and bean curry".
They also serve okayu (porridge) too! The photo shown above is tomatoes and mozzarella cheese okayu. They also have "Thai style okayu with pork and soft boiled egg", "mushroom and cheese okayu", "tomatoes, chicken and basil okayu", "chicken, ginger and pumpkin okayu" and more!
Along with their delicious soup, you should also try their lime soda! It is a perfect summer drink for a boiling hot day, and this will help you refresh!

also Soup Stock Tokyo

Located in Jiyugakoa, Soup Stock Tokyo opened their new store that is specialized in soup hot pot dish and wine. They offer various menus including soups, lamb and coriander boiled dumplings, green salad, and more!

Odashi Tokyo

Recently they have opened a store called "Odashi Tokyo" where they are specialized in serving Japanese soup! By Japanese soup I mean miso soup, tonjiru (miso soup with pork and vegetables), but of course, it's Soup Stock Tokyo, they went beyond that line. They serve soups that uses 8 different dashi (soup stock), lobster miso soup, porridge with six different toppings, and even a breakfast menu! This store is currently only located in Shinagawa. Their breakfast menu is only available from 7 am to 10 am.
Hakata Ichiban-dori porridge (¥980)

Delight your tastebuds!

Check the link below for more information on Soup Stock Tokyo! Unfortunately they only have Japanese website available at the moment, but if you click "商品をさがす" you will be directed to their menu page, and if you click "お店をさがす" it will direct you to store locator. You can also check their weekly menu by clicking "今週のメニュー".
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