Looking for the best ramen in Tokyo? Tokyo is literally a ramen heaven where thousands of ramen shops are serving their own ramen. Out of them, Rokurinsha is a top ramen shop known for the incredibly delicious ramen and tsukemen (dipping ramen noodles). You should try the national-famous noodles while you are in Tokyo!
Have you ever heard of tomato ramen? It is getting popular in Japan, especially Tokyo area as it's healthier and more nutritious. There is a chain ramen shop called "taiyo no tomato-men" that specializes in tomato ramen you should visit to try the surprisingly delicious new type of ramen!
There are as many types of ramen as there as stars in the sky..I'm only kidding, but there really are an almost infinite amount of different types of ramen to try in Japan. Ramen lovers, I really recommend trying ramen in each prefecture you visit, in order to really taste the regional particularities!!
A cute cafe-looking store is actually a ramen store! Although they have the orthodox "Soy Sauce Ramen" and "Miso Ramen", they also have new style ramen such as the "Cold Vegetable Potage Ramen"! Let's take a look at what the vegetable potage ramen is like!
Ramen is probably one of the most popular dishes among travelers in Japan. But, as it tends to be a very high-calorie meal, Japanese people tend to have it as a once in a while treat. Here are some healthy ramen options that you can enjoy a lot more often. Some of the selections are healthier than your average ramen dishes, and some of them are straight-up healthy!
For ramen lovers, there is a local ramen type called Nagasaki champon you need to try. It is originally from Nagasaki city, located in the southern part of Japan. The ramen is incredibly delicious, you can enjoy the rich and flavorful soup, thick noodles, and a variety of toppings. Ringer hut, the biggest chain ramen shop, offers cheap yet great-tasting Nagasaki champon throughout the country.
Chicken Paitan Ramen is now a popular genre of ramen, but you can have the creamiest chicken paitan ramen at this store! With a mix of paitan and fish broth, you can enjoy a creamy yet mild taste of ramen!
Eating ramen is probably one of the must-do things while you are in Japan. But this time, how about trying a Japanese popular comfort food hiyashi chuka instead of ramen? It is a cold ramen, or sometimes called ramen salad, that many of ramen shops in Japan offer only in summer. So, here is a list of popular hiyashi chuka places in Tokyo!
At "Miso Flavor Store Matador", you can enjoy a rich bowl of miso ramen made from stewed beef bones. You won't find this kind of ramen anywhere else!
There are hundreds of ramen restaurants, and yet people line up specifically for the store, "Menya Ittou." Find out what is so alluring about this bowl of ramen in this article!