SOBA HOUSE Konjiki Hototogisu
Michelin-Quality Ramen in Tokyo
“Konjiki Hototogisu” is a ramen shop famous for its shellfish broth made with clams.
Their clam ramen has received praise not only from ramen fans, but also from chefs of famous restaurants around the world.
The broth is a double soup, made by blending a meat-based Japanese dashi with clam broth.
With just one sip, you can clearly taste the clam broth. The fragrance of truffles tops off the high-quality soup that envelops your taste buds.
The noodles are medium-thin straight noodles made with whole wheat flour. They are soft, but at the center they have a bit of firm texture left in the center, which makes for an excellent finish. The porcini mushroom oil clings to the noodles, and the noodles themselves make it easy to taste the flavors of the soup.
This restaurant refers to ramen as “soba.”
It doesn’t stand out much, and there aren’t any large signs outside.
There are many toppings available that suit each type of soba, such as roasted nori for the shoyu soba or nanko-ume (a type of Japanese plum) for the shio soba.
- Name in Japanese
- SOBA HOUSE 金色不如帰
- Postal Code
- 2-4-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
(1) About a 3-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line’s Shinjuku-Gyoenmae Station
(2) About a 4-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Fukutoshin Line’s Shinjuku-sanchome Station
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Fukutoshin Line
- Business Hours
※Closes once sold out
- Saturday, Sunday
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted