Updated: November 06, 2018
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Rokurinsha - The Ultimate Bowl of Ramen and Tsukemen Everyone Is Lining Up For!

Looking for the best ramen in Tokyo? Tokyo is literally a ramen heaven where thousands of ramen shops are serving their own ramen. Out of them, Rokurinsha is a top ramen shop known for the incredibly delicious ramen and tsukemen (dipping ramen noodles). You should try the national-famous noodles while you are in Tokyo!

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Rokurinsha (六厘舎)

Rokurinsha is a famous ramen shop firstly established in Osaki, Tokyo. It has been very popular that there are always a long line in front of the shops. Their specialty is the rich tsukemen style ramen where you dip the chilled noodles in the hot dipping sauce.


Osaki location (the first shop)
There are now 4 locations in Tokyo.
1. The very first shop in Osaki, located 5 minutes walk from Osaki station
2. At "Tokyo Ramen Street" inside the Tokyo station
3. In the Haneda International Airport
4. At a shopping mall "Soramachi", next to the Tokyo Sky Tree

All locations are easy to access. The one in Tokyo station seems to be busier.

If you are interested in the "Tokyo Ramen Street", check the link below too!


Their signature menu is this "tsukemen" that most people are lining up for. The thick noodles are served chilled, having very chewy and smooth texture. The hot dipping sauce served in a different bowl is made from various ingredients like chicken and pork stock and seafood simmered for a long time. It is surprisingly rich, flavorful, complex, and absolutely delicious. You dip the noodles into the sauce with your chopsticks.

The regular tsukemen is 830 yen.
They offer some toppings like soft boiled egg and roast pork so you can build your own tsukemen.
They also serve a great ramen (700 yen).

Famous tsukemen worth the wait

Add "Rokurinsha" to your list of things to do in Tokyo!
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