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  • Kyushu Jangara Ramen: Harajuku

  • Ramen ( Harajuku )
  • Kyushu Jangara Ramen is a Hakata ramen chain restaurant that boasts five franchises within the city, offering quintessential Hakata ramen--tonkotsu (pork bone) soup and extra-thin noodles. You can ch...
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  • Nidaime Tsujita: Kanda

  • Ramen ( Akihabara )
  • Mentoku is so popular that there is always a line. The interior is very modern but only has 16 counter seats. The very rich soup is made from a mix of seafood and Tonkotsu (pork bones) and the noodles...
  • Akanoren

  • Ramen ( Hiroo )
  • Noren is a famous chain of Hakata style ramen. Your food is usually served within 3 minutes of ordering. While their tonkatsu sauce has plenty of volume, it is not loaded with fat and comes with more ...
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  • Hidakaya

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • Low-priced ramen shop with a large menu of noodles and side dishes. The Roppongi branch stays open until the morning.
  • Suzuran

  • Ramen ( Shibuya )
  • Behind the Shibuya Police Station, there’s a small ramen shop which seats 15 people at its only counter. It’s such a popular shop that there’s a line more often than not around lunchtime. This s...
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  • Kohmen : Shinjuku

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • Koumen has 12 ramen shops in Tokyo. Koumen's style is quite simple: not too thick, not too fatty, not too over-flavored. There are three different types of noodles, depending on the menu. Deserts are ...
  • Yasubee: Akasaka

  • Ramen ( Akasaka )
  • Tsukemenya serves thick, handmade noodles, accompanied by "dashi" fish broth soup. You can choose how many noodles you want - 220g, 330g, or 440g, all at the same price. If you're feeling really hung...
  • Tonchin

  • Ramen ( Ikebukuro )
  • A ramen shop located near Ikebukuro Station, this place always has a line outside. At its longest, there can be more that 20 people waiting in line, but because of the restaurant’s fast service, eve...
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  • Kourakuen: Roppongi

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • The Roppongi branch of a popular ramen chain. It is open 24 hours and features the same low prices and basic ramen, gyoza and fried rice as Korakuen's other outlets.
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  • Ichiran: Roppongi

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • Sit down and concentrate on your food. That’s the concept that Ichiran has taken for its customers. Every seat is a counter seat with walls on both sides, like a cubicle except there is a screen in...
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  • Kohmen: Roppongi

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • The high tech, hip style of Roppongi has inspired the architectural style of the ramen chain store Koumen, however, each store has its own unique design. With 12 different shops across Tokyo, Koumen s...
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  • HokutoShinken

  • Ramen, Curry ( Roppongi )
  • Szechuan Style Sesame Hot Noodles
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  • Wadachi

  • Ramen ( Shibuya )
  • Right in front of the Inokashirasen/Shinsen Station, there’s a little shop with only 10 counter seats. Their menu consists mainly of ramen, tsukemen (cold Chinese style noodles with a soup for dipp...
  • Hirugao

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • Here, at this Ramen restaurant, they are known for their good Shio Ramen. Their soup is made from chicken and seafood and has a light, but very solid taste. The noodles are very thin and straight. The...
  • Asuka

  • Ramen ( Shibuya )
  • Asuka is a ramen shop located south of Shibuya station, serving all kinds of tantanmen and ramen. They serve their ramen cold in the summer as well. Their popular topping is paiku, fried pork ribs.
  • Musashiya

  • Ramen ( Kichijoji )
  • Musashiya is a ramen place in Kichijoji that offers a good, solid ramen at a reasonable price.
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