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  • Dan C.
    Dan CastellanoDezember 23, 2016
    Best tsukemen I've had in Japan, very flavorful soup and not too heavy. Large portions so no need to go large, be sure to get extra soup option for 100 yen to lighten the soup and complete the meal.
  • Richard F.
    Richard FooDezember 26, 2014
    One of the top places for "Dip Ramen" in Tokyo, be ready to queue for 1 hour. Ramen is firm n springy, dip sauce ultra flavorful from hours of stewing of pork ribs, bonito flakes & miso. Go for spicy.
  • Vivian C.
    Vivian CheahMärz 17, 2016
    Tsukemen is really good. The noodles are like udon. The broth is extremely flavourful and thick! You can ask them to add hot water to the broth and drink it as soup. Huge portion too.
  • Maurice
    MauriceOktober 20, 2013
    Well... Chef David Chang was right. One of the best bowls of ramen in the world and likely the best tsukemen of them all! Look for it at the end of First Avenue Tokyo Station's "Ramen Street."
  • Juyeon L.
    Juyeon LeeJuni 2, 2014
    Tsukemen is the way to go! Went 8pm on Monday, and wait was only 15 min. They're generous with noodle portions, so don't get the large unless you're extremely hungry.
  • David N.
    David NoëlOktober 6, 2015
    Go for #1, medium (I'm a good eater, was def enough, 930 Yen), go with the spicy option (I love spicy and you can use all the chili they give you, wait 10 min for the taste to unfold), worth the wait.
  • Doris H.
    Doris HuJanuar 8, 2015
    Don't be afraid if the queue. The wait is not too bad and the ramen is worth it. The broth used for dipping is amazing. Eat quick if you like your noodles hot. Also, the portions are huge!!!
  • Matt T.
    Matt Ta-MinApril 4, 2016
    Best ramen I've had. Creamy, rich, meaty tsukemen broth, with a separate bowl of thick noodles. Complete noodle nirvana. At the end you can request an extra ladle of light broth creating a light soup.
  • Kit&kafoodle
    Kit&kafoodleApril 22, 2017
    Amazing tasty broth with noodles that are firm and great to absorb the full flavour of the broth. The machine where you order is in japanese but the servers will assist. Try the "lot" and "spicy".
  • 孝一郎 荒.
    孝一郎 荒木Oktober 19, 2012
  • Matthew H.
    Matthew HuieJuly 23, 2016
    The best tsukemen I've ever had! The noodles were perfectly springy and the broth was rich and flavourful. Well worth the lineup!
  • Octavio R.
    Octavio RuizFebruar 13, 2016
    Led to Rokurinsha after watching Mind of a Chef. It serves tsukemen ramen which is different from regular ramen because the noodle and broth are served separately. Long line-ups outside in peak hours
  • Kevin S.
    Kevin SkobacDezember 30, 2014
    The tsukemen was the best ramen and one of our favorite dishes in Japan. We went for breakfast and dinner (made slightly differently). Worth the long line.
  • Matt T.
    Matt Ta-MinApril 4, 2016
    This place is so good there is consistently long (30 mins) queues outside. However it does open @ 7.30am so you can get breakfast ramen! I've tried the whole street & it was really 1 of the very best.
  • Jacques
    JacquesJanuar 8, 2017
    Yes theres a line but it moves fast. One of the best tsukmen in tokyo. Bouncy noodle, immense broth for a great experience. Standard machine opp.
  • Jenn
    JennSeptember 8, 2015
    It's all about the tsukemen ramen here. When you sit down, they will offer you a paper bib to help with the sloshing while slurping. Take their offer!
  • Y.
    Y.November 11, 2016
    Went there for breakfast at 8:30am. No queue. The dipping sauce is really flavourful and noodles al dente. Once finished, dilute the sauce with some stock, add Yuzu powder. Refreshing soupy ending.
  • Mike H.
    Mike HughesAugust 17, 2017
    Worth the wait, queue up and you will be directed to the vending machine in small groups to order, you can get your broth watered down if it's too thick.
  • Evan Y.
    Evan YeJanuar 24, 2015
    Supposedly the best Tsukumen(dipping noodles) in Tokyo. Might be a tad fishy for some. For those departing from Haneda, they have a branch near gate 13x if you're intimidated by the queue.
  • David C.
    David CruzApril 14, 2014
    What it laked in presentation (my bowl was poorly decorated with the nori soaked, the pork slice hidden, ...) was well worth flavourwise. Don't be scared with the queue as it move with a fast pace.
  • Ian S.
    Ian SpalterJanuar 30, 2015
    tricky to find - on the basement level, you'll see a few ramen places but look for the red honeycomb
  • Joseph L.
    Joseph LAugust 13, 2017
    Delicious dip ramen. Worth the wait. Ask for a serving of dashi broth when you are done dipping to finish the broth.
  • Fernando L.
    Fernando LemosSeptember 11, 2017
    The best tsukemen I had so far. Very light and full of flavor. 830 yen portion was more than enough. 20min wait Sunday night.
  • Peter L.
    Peter LiuNovember 19, 2014
    Ramen is amazing, even better if the waitress in glasses didn't complain about us sitting together in Chinese, since I speak fluent Chinese
  • Fuyuhiko T.
    Fuyuhiko TakayaDezember 19, 2015
    This Raman eatery opens from morning. Price for Morning Tsukemen is 630 yen.
  • Albert W.
    Albert WinadiApril 14, 2016
    Orderly queue, fun and bustling, nice and clean. They have paper napkins to protect your cloth while you're slurping their oh-so-delicious Tsukemen. Recommended!
  • Armand
    ArmandMai 5, 2017
    My favorite tsukemen in the world. Once you're done with your noodles, ask for the Yuzu Dashi to water-down your dipping sauce and turn it into a proper broth.
  • Joel S.
    Joel SavitzkyFebruar 7, 2015
    Cash only vending machine means you get your delicious ramen quickly. Get the spicy one and start slurping!
  • H K.
    H KFebruar 6, 2016
    Tsukumen is the thing to get. Get slurping! I thought the size was on the larger side for ramen so come hungry!
  • Agatha Y.
    Agatha YuAugust 10, 2014
    Once you are done with the noodle, ask them to fill your dipping soup with broth and add some yuzu powder!
  • Steven D.
    Steven DoyleOktober 11, 2014
    Amazing! You order from the machine inside (when u get thru the line) so make sure u have cash
  • Sam
    SamFebruar 17, 2015
    Flavorful tsukemen broth and their ramen noodles have a great bite to it. Lines can get long but you can beat the dinner rush by coming around 6pm.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsSeptember 9, 2013
    Put on a paper apron and indulge in thick, wide ramen noodles that you dunk in a thick and creamy broth
  • M. K.
    M. KhalidJanuar 7, 2014
    If u are in tokyo do visit this place. Waiters were very friendly and kind I struggled a bit with the menu luckily some diners offered me help. 7/10
  • Micah C.
    Micah ChilesNovember 25, 2017
    ~45 min wait was more than worth it. Not everyone is a fan of cold noodles in hot broth but it’s pretty fantastic
  • Charles C.
    Charles ChenAugust 21, 2012
    You go here for the Tsukemen and leave with the satisfaction. Depending on the time of the day it will be a short or ridiculous line. It moves pretty fast. The dipping broth/gravy is rich & delicious.
  • Steph
    StephMai 4, 2014
    delicious! Remember to fill up your bowl at the end with clear broth to enjoy the soup
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherFebruar 15, 2013
    RT @davidchang: i think the best ramen in world is the tsukemen at Rokurinsha in Tokyo. the only ramen i'd queue up for. Mehr erfahren
  • Sher S.
    Sher SahApril 13, 2014
    The best dinner I've had in the longest time. Worth the 30 mins wait even tho it wasn't even peak time yet! Highly recommended!
  • Cynthia L.
    Cynthia LinOktober 18, 2015
    Longest line in ramen row at Tokyo Station. Broth is super rich and salty (you can add your own water) but the thick noodles are great
  • Ninj
    NinjDezember 28, 2014
    Dipping ramen with a fish based broth. Don't forget to ask the waitress to make the dipping sauce into soup to finish your meal!
  • rickricardu R.
    It is delicious Long but fast line. Best dipping Lamen ever but I prefer the traditional one.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuJuly 7, 2017
    Tried the tsukemen with shrimp paste. Go with #1 which is the most popular one. Comes with all the toppings! The shrimp paste is alright but nothing special.
  • Sopitas
    SopitasApril 20, 2017
    Worth the wait.... do all the line, and then enjoy! Very good portions as well
  • Hide K.
    Hide KawanoAugust 18, 2017
    ★☆☆ in my Stepmanchelin rating. I lined up for 45 minutes. The bowl of noodle was no doubt good, but if you ask me if it was worth the wait time? The answer is no. Wait time in dire need 2b shortened.
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UNovember 13, 2014
    Expect minimum half hour wait. A part of Tokyo Ramen street in the basement of Tokyo Station. Tsukemen (soup and noodles are provided separately) restaurant
  • Jonathan C.
    Jonathan ChenMärz 1, 2016
    The tsukemen here is the best I've ever had.
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    The Ajitama Tsukemen is one of the best dining moments of my life. Slurp loudly and enjoy!
  • Becky S.
    Becky SearlsJuly 14, 2015
    This is the place David Chang, of the show Mind of a Chef, went for Tsukemen Ramen in the Tokyo Station
  • Dave S.
    Dave SurganAugust 15, 2014
    This is the one I dream about. Best tsukemen I've had.
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