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The Three Best Ramen Restaurants You Must Try Inside Tokyo Station

Updated: Nov 21, 2023

There are 11 Ramen restaurants in Ramen Row inside Tokyo Station. Some of them are open from 7:30 am to 11: 30 p.m. You pay for your meal first with the vending machines, which speeds up service at the ramen shops quite a bit.


#1 Rokurinsha: Tsukemen With a wonderful fish broth flavor is found in nearly every bowl, Rokurinsha restaurant has evolved into the best tsukemen (plain ramen you dip into a separate broth) place in all of Tokyo. The thick soup is made up of a dizzying array of fresh ingredients packed with the flavor. Despite its richness, you will be able to finish every last drop! The noodles are perfectly al dente, and you can even taste the wheat itself. There is always a wait, even at 9:00 p.m.

#2 Soranoiro Nippon: (Vegan, Gluten Free): This eatery was featured in the Michelin Guide. It is known for its vibrantly colored noodles. The noodles are made with vegetables, which makes every plate even more nutritious. You can taste the season in each bowl of soup.

#3 Ikaruga: This the “hippest” ramen cafe in Tokyo Station. At Ikaruga, you can savor not only the tasty ramen, but also the restaurant’s sophisticated ambiance. The excellent mix of seafood and pork bone broth in this ramen café is only one of its many distinguishing features. The broth for the soup is a combination of chicken and pork bone, dried bonito flakes, and seafood broth. The bowls seem extremely rich initially, but once you try it, you'll be pleasantly surprised by its delicate flavors!

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