Answered over 3 years ago

What is the best Ramen shop in Tokyo?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

There are so many types of ramen so you will have to find what is your favorite kinds.I hear a lot that tonkotsu ramen is favorite from people who come from outside of Japan. Among tonkotsu ramen places, Ichiran seems to be one of the favorites. I see many tourists lining up for Ichiran.If you wa...

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Answered over 3 years ago

where ramen to try in tokyo

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

There are many great ramens in Tokyo. Most famous ones to tourists are Ichiran and Ippudo, I think. I have seen queues of travelers many times. I like AFURI. AFURI is in Ebisu, Harajuku, etc. Their concept is "healthy" ramen. Very light soup feels great. They also have a began menu, too.Kazami in...

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Answered over 3 years ago

Best Ramen in Hokkaido

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

I have tried "oyster ramen" in Kushiro and it was amazing. I lost the picture so I cannot show you, but there were about 10 or 15 pieces of oyster as toppings! The soup was simple and the color was clear. You can see the pictures at this review site. https://tabelog.com/en/hokkaido/A0112/A011201/...

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Answered over 3 years ago

Best Ramen in Hokkaido

Maybe you go to SAPPORO,you can see namy ramen resutaurant. You can eat sapporo-ramen there.Sapporo-ramen is based on miso soup.If you will go to HAKODATE,you can eat hakodate-ramen,too. Faimous hakodate-ramen is based on salts soup.Both are delicios.

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Answered over 3 years ago

best ramen in tokyo

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

I liked Daiki's shoyu ramen ;PDaiki is in Yushima, near Ueno and Akihabara.Recommendations by Hub Japan are listed here:https://hubjapan.io/articles/15-best-ramen-in-tokyo-enjoy-japans-world-famous-noodles

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10 Best Ramen In Yokohama For Noodle Lovers

10 Best Ramen In Yokohama For Noodle Lovers

There are numerous theories about the birthplace of ramen, and here’s one: A century ago, this port city Yokohama is where Japan’s first ramen shop opened. 19th-century Chinese traders brought with them a noodle dish and somehow, the locals of Yokohama built on this recipe to make it their own. ...