Updated： November 06, 2018
4 Best Ramen Shops In Kichijoji, Tokyo!
Here are ramen restaurants to go in Kichijoji. From tsukemen, ramen, and to heavy stamina ramen! Keep in mind of these restaurants if you are eating ramen in Kichijoji.
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A 2-minute walk from the south exit of Kichijoji Station, the ramen restaurant Kankuro is located going into Suehiro-dori and on the basement floor on your right. As you walk down, you will find a meal ticket machine in front of their door.
A huge pile of bonito flakes is topped on their bowls. Below that lies the huge serving of ramen noodles. Large serving of noodles is free during lunch time. They also offer other free services including free simmered boiled egg. Their hot miso ramen is spicier than you can imagine so it is recommended for those who want to excite their taste buds.
Maji, with a wooden exterior, is located after going further into Inogashira-dori. It is a 3-minute walk from the station. It is a little narrow on the inside but their tables have refinement.
Their ramen is of course good but try out their tsukemen here. Their thick soup is not made from seafood but from tonkotsu (pork bones). It doesn’t have an astringent taste and the noodles catch the thick soup well.
Menya Musashi Kodo
Two minutes from the north exit of Kichijoji Station is Kodo, an affiliated enterprise of Menya Musashi, famous for their tsukemen and “tora no shippo”. In fact, you can order a large serving of noodles for free up to 500 grams.
Increasing the amount of noodles for tsukemen are free and you can choose the amount of serving for the same price. Another characteristic of this restaurant is their sausage called “tora no shippo” (literally: tiger’s tail). It is recommended to eat with beer.
The restaurant, Yoshikyu that serves roasted garlic ramen is near Kichijoji Station. In front of the store lines other ramen restaurants and it is doing well in this ramen hot spot.
Yoshikyu’s ramen is full of garlic. Their garlic is roasted so you can enjoy the savory taste as you eat it. The amount of garlic in their ramen is quite a lot so it is a bowl you want to eat after work.
We have selected restaurants that are located in the ramen hot spot where ramen restaurants are lined up next to each other in Kichijoji. How about going to any restaurant that you haven’t heard of or are interesting in going to once?
Restaurants Mentioned in this Article
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