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The 5 Ramen Shops You Should Visit in Tokyo
Fu-unji is one of The 5 Ramen Shops You Should Visit in Tokyo.

1. Fu-unji

8.3
(風雲児)
代々木2-14-3 (北斗第一ビル 1F), 渋谷区, 東京都
Ramen-Restaurant · 代々木 · 137 Tipps und Bewertungen

Lucky PeachLucky Peach: With its consistently delicious broth and perfectly chewy noodles, Fuunji is a no-brainer. Get there at 11 a.m. when they open, or be prepared to wait in a long line. Mehr erfahren.

Soba House Konjiki Hototogisu is one of The 5 Ramen Shops You Should Visit in Tokyo.

2. Soba House Konjiki Hototogisu

(SOBA HOUSE 金色不如帰)
幡ケ谷2-47-12, Tokyo, 東京都
Ramen-Restaurant · 幡ヶ谷 · 35 Tipps und Bewertungen

Lucky PeachLucky Peach: Their claim to fame is that along with chicken and pork, they add giant clam to their stock, which gives both the shio and shoyu ramen an awesome aromatic, lingering shellfish flavor. Mehr erfahren.

Saikoro is one of The 5 Ramen Shops You Should Visit in Tokyo.

3. Saikoro

(さいころ)
中野2-28-8 (1F), 中野区, 東京都
Ramen-Restaurant · 22 Tipps und Bewertungen

Lucky PeachLucky Peach: The owner of this shop, Koitani-san, is one of the ramen legends. He was a founding member of Bassanova, a shop instrumental in nurturing the ramen boom. Mehr erfahren.

Karashibi Miso Ramen Kikanbo is one of The 5 Ramen Shops You Should Visit in Tokyo.

4. Karashibi Miso Ramen Kikanbo

9.0
(カラシビ味噌らー麺 鬼金棒)
鍛冶町2-10-9, 千代田区, 東京都
Ramen-Restaurant · 103 Tipps und Bewertungen

Lucky PeachLucky Peach: Miso ramen has both Sichuan peppercorns and chili peppers, and you can customize the amount in each bowl. They even have an oni (devil) spice level that’s the ultimate challenge for thrill-seekers. Mehr erfahren.

Ginza Kagari is one of The 5 Ramen Shops You Should Visit in Tokyo.

5. Ginza Kagari

(銀座 篝)
銀座4-4-1 (銀座Aビル 1F), Tokyo, 東京都
Ramen-Restaurant · 銀座 · 113 Tipps und Bewertungen

Lucky PeachLucky Peach: The ramen they serve is a really rich tori paitan, or creamy chicken broth. You can get a variety of beautiful toppings. Mehr erfahren.