Tokyo's best restaurants in one place! “Tokyo Ramen Street”, where you could go for a week and never get bored!
Directly connected to Tokyo Station, just outside the Yaesu Underground Central Exit ticket gate, Tokyo Ramen Street is home to seven of Tokyo's best-known ramen stores, offering a different genre of ramen every day of the week, even if you go for a week.
With not only popular and classic menus from famous restaurants, but also menus exclusive to Tokyo Ramen Street, it is no exaggeration to say that you can fully enjoy Tokyo's ramen here alone.
Let us introduce you to the charms of each store on "Tokyo Ramen Street," which you will never get tired of even if you go for a week.
Table of Contents
- “Ramen Gyoku", a gem of Niboshi (dried sardines) ramen created by the golden ratio
- “Soranoiro NIPPON" - excellent Chinese noodles made with the finest ingredients.
- “Rokurinsha”, the famous restaurant that established what is considered the standard style of tsukemen
- "Hirugao” a thick flavor that overturns the image of salt ramen
- "Ore Shiki Jun” is a rich and mellow thick tonkotsu (pork bone) ramen
- "Tsujita Misono Sho” a miso ramen with a mild and gentle flavor
- “Tokyo Station Ikaruga”, an exquisite seafood tonkotsu ramen blended in perfect balance.
1. “Ramen Gyoku", a gem of Niboshi (dried sardines) ramen created by the golden ratio
Ramen Gyoku is a restaurant specializing in niboshi ramen made by a famous thick seafood restaurant.
The thick broth is filled with the flavor of chicken, combined with several kinds of dried sardines, and finished with freshly shaved bonito flakes.
The "niboshi ramen" created by the golden ratio of chicken and niboshi is a new Tokyo specialty.
2. “Soranoiro NIPPON" - excellent Chinese noodles made with the finest ingredients.
“Soranoiro NIPPON" is so good that the main restaurant has been listed in Michelin for three consecutive years.
You can enjoy not only the very popular "Light Soy Sauce Ramen" made with carefully selected ingredients such as soy sauce brewed in wooden vats and "Amakusa Daioh," one of Japan's largest local chickens, but also a limited menu only available at Tokyo Station.
It is also nice to have vegan and gluten-free menus.
3. “Rokurinsha”, the famous restaurant that established what is considered the standard style of tsukemen
“Rokurinsha” is a famous restaurant that established the "thick soup and extra-thick noodles" style that is the standard for tsukemen.
The strong flavor of the thick, rich soup, intertwined with the extra-thick noodles, is addictive.
If you like tsukemen, you must try this dish at least once.
4. "Hirugao” a thick flavor that overturns the image of salt ramen
“Hirugao” is a salted ramen specialty restaurant under the brand of the famous Setagaya restaurant that draws long lines of customers.
Hirugao's salt ramen overturns the standard image of salt ramen as "light and simple”.
The soup is a perfect blend of seafood broth, dried sardines, and chicken broth, which brings out a rich and umami flavor, creating a thick taste that is hard to believe it is salt ramen.
5. "Ore Shiki Jun” is a rich and mellow thick tonkotsu (pork bone) ramen
Up-and-coming pork ramen restaurant "Ore Shiki Jun" is famous for its pork ramen.
The fresh pork bones are slow-cooked for more than 24 hours, and the rich, mellow, thick pork bone broth with concentrated pork flavor is exquisite.
Despite its richness, it has no odor at all.
6. "Tsujita Misono Sho” a miso ramen with a mild and gentle flavor
“Tsujita Miso no Sho" is a miso ramen specialty restaurant born from the famous tsukemen restaurant "Tsujita”.
The miso ramen is an exquisite dish, characterized by the gentle taste of the thick broth mixed with mild miso.
You can continue eating while changing the flavor, so you can enjoy it to the last drop.
7. “Tokyo Station Ikaruga”, an exquisite seafood tonkotsu ramen blended in perfect balance.
A well-known restaurant representing Tokyo opened its first store outside of its head office on "Tokyo Ramen Street".
The soup is a perfect balance of animal and seafood broths, and has a strange taste that is both "rich" and "light" and that can only be tasted here.
If you want to fully enjoy the tastes of Tokyo's best restaurants, you should definitely visit Tokyo Ramen Street.
With a variety of famous restaurants of different genres gathered here, you are sure to find the ramen you want to try.
There are eight stores, including some that are open only for a limited time, so why not try "Ramen-hopping" instead of "Bar-hopping"