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  • Kyushu Jangara Ramen: Harajuku

  • Ramen ( Harajuku )
  • Unfortunately for this restaurant, its reputation preceded my actual ingestion of it. However, it is definitely the best ramen I've had yet. The broth is rich and complex and the noodles actually have...
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  • Nidaime Tsujita: Kanda

  • Ramen ( Akihabara )
  • The citrus fruit is actually sudachi, not yuzu. Vintaro is right however, there is always a line. I find it best to go a little after 1, the wait will be around 30min or so during the week. Th...
  • Akanoren

  • Ramen ( Hiroo )
  • Well,I can't argue with quality. The price is average for the typical ramen shop, and the soup tastes like.... typical ramen broth; salted, with a good color. What I do commend are the the noodles...
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  • Hidakaya

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • This is everything a fast food restaurant aspires to be. It is a chain that can be found seemingly everywhere in Tokyo. The food is cheap and delicious. You can get a set meal that comes with ramen, g...
  • Suzuran

  • Ramen ( Shibuya )
  • I've been here few times and I like it very much. I get a different experience every time, since there are several types of noodles and soups to choose from. My favorite combination would be Hirauchi ...
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  • Kohmen : Shinjuku

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • I could see from the building that Kohmen must be really popular. With a sign all the way on the top of the building letting everyone know about it's location, it was really easy to find. It was rea...
  • Yasubee: Akasaka

  • Ramen ( Akasaka )
  • Great taste, low price and large quantity. What else do you need?. Just don't go in the middle of lunch hour, or you will have to wait for a long time. If you are unsure about the size of the tsuke...
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  • Ippudo: Waseda

  • Ramen ( Waseda )
  • I like the flavor of the ramen soups at this place... but they are so thick that i can barely get through one bowl! It's really tasty though and i highly recommend it to anyone who loves ramen! It was...
  • Tonchin

  • Ramen ( Ikebukuro )
  • The home branch of Tonchin in Ikebukuro has almost always a lineup of customers waiting for a seat, but this ramen store looks so inviting that it makes you want to wait for an opportunity to sample t...
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  • Ippudo: Ebisu

  • Ramen ( Ebisu )
  • I do believe the best thing about Ippudo is their website. It is just soooo amazingly cute and lego-like. Or it may just be for the Shibuya shop. Anyhow, the ramen is pretty good. I say go during l...
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  • Kourakuen: Roppongi

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • Their food is awesome and they are amazingly cheap! It's been so long since I had good fried rice ~~~ i mean, it's nothing compared to the chinese restaurants back in cali or the ones in china itself,...
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  • Ichiran: Roppongi

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • Well, times are a-changing. When i first heard of this place, I was told there was a metal plate you could purchase and get unlimited refills with. That seems to have changed. You can still purchase t...
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  • Kohmen: Roppongi

  • Ramen ( Roppongi )
  • One of many ramen joints, except this one is, as Hiroaki mentioned, a bit better designed than other ones. Sure, there is still the typical counter bar and the place is still very much wood, but the d...
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  • Ganso Ebisu Ramen

  • Ramen ( Asakusa )
  • I have consistently had amazing ramen here. But then one day my daughter got really sick after eating here. I'm not sure what it was, but she said it tasted pretty weird. I still like this restaurant,...
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  • Hokuto Shinken

  • Ramen, Curry ( Roppongi )
  • The inside of a store with composure is very quieted. It is easy to eat because it is not so painful.
  • Menya Goto

  • Ramen ( Ikebukuro )
  • This is the one of my best Ramen shop in Tokyo! Menya Goto's owner, Goto-san worked as an apprentice for a famous Ramen shop named Taisho-ken and started his own Ramen shop. Taisho-ken is so famous...
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  • Wadachi

  • Ramen ( Shibuya )
  • The grilled pork stands out as one of the best things about Wadachi's tsukemen (つけ麺). Juicy thick slices done perfectly. Very generous helping of noodles (for the regular size). For more informa...
  • Hirugao

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • In the world of Tokyo tsukemen, there aren't many shio-chashu tsukemen places. Not sure why that is, perhaps the shio broth/shiru is too salty for tsukemen when condensed down (tsukemen broths tend to...
  • Asuka

  • Ramen ( Shibuya )
  • Asuka is my most favorite Tantanmen place in Tokyo. It's located south of Shibuya station, across the pedestrian bridge from the West exit (where the Moyai statue is located). The place is often packe...
  • Musashiya

  • Ramen ( Kichijoji )
  • I must begin by telling you I have been going to Musashiya for 5 years now without growing tired of the place. I've visited tons of other ramen places across Tokyo and waited in lines for countless of...
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