- RAMEN MAN
- I really love Ramen and Japan! No Ramen, No life.
Tokyo has over 6,000 ramen restaurants. These selected 20 joints constantly rank among the best. Here's the general shop info for each and the rating by our Japanese ramen experts.
Now known as the food that represents Japan, ramen is loved by all people. Instant ramen and chain stores has been becoming famous so ramen has become a meal that can eaten fairly easily all the time. Don’t you want to enjoy a bowl of delicious ramen if you were to eat it? So, this time we will introduce delicious ramen restaurants located in the hot spot of ramen, Takadanobaba in Tokyo.
To those who want to eat delicious ramen around JR Tokyo Station. A nice diversity of excellent ramen joints can be found around the station. Here are 5 popular ramen joints people of Tokyo really love!
Shinjuku is known as one of the fiercest battlegrounds for ramen shops with around 200 shops there. They are rich in variety, from basic ones to novelty ones. Ramen, which is originally from China, is now a Japanese national fast food. These are the ramen shops you should visit.
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.
Ogikubo offers quiet residency areas that many people of culture also choose to live. Its easy accessed by JR Chuosen and Tokyo Metro Marunouchi let the town won the best town to live in a rental residence. The town has other face: it is famous as a hot ramen spot! It is the origin of local ramen – Ogikubo ramen. In this article, we will introduce restaurants - from where you can try authentic Ogikkubo ramen to popular and famous ramen
In this article, we focused on ramen rerstaurants in Nakano. Nakano is easy to access from central Tokyo area. The choices of rarmen in Nakanno are huge, from authentic ones to new-style unique ramen. Come visit Nakano and find your favorite ramen!
The area around Harajuku Station is very popular with young people throughout Japan. There are a lot of takeout shops in this area. You can enjoy eating a crepe or ice cream while taking a walk. Here, we will introduce Ramen shops located in Harajuku, the town for young people and also a popular tourist spot. They are all popular shops, where waiting in a line is inevitable, and recommended for anybody regardless of age.
Different from the hustle and bustle image of Shibuya and Shinjuku, Meguro has the image of being somewhat calm and serene. Despite Meguro's image, there are definitely some awesome ramen shops. I put together a list of some of them in the order of which places interested me the most. Shops range from places that offer thick noodles and large portions to places that serve noodles that are chic and elegant just like Meguro!
Akasaka station is located near a sprawling commercial district, and so there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. Amongst them are a number of casual ramen joints, well-known for the huge queues that form outside them on weekday lunchtimes. Here, we introduce 4 that have businessmen queuing up!