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Much smaller than I expected but it was very easy to find. If you enter through the north-east side the stairs are right at the entrance and you just have to head down to B1F.
There are about 5-6 ramen places and a bunch of...More
Most tourists believe the Ramen street location is in Tokyo Station; but in fact it is outside of the station. Exit the turnstiles and go towards the Yaesu exit. That’s the best I can describe it. We went inside, outside, out the rotunda into the...More
Tokyo ramen street is a ramen restaurant in central Tokyo station. It is one of best ramen restaurants and we enjoyed delicious ramens there. In rush hours you are waiting a lot of queue since there are several people there. Its atmosphere is very nice,...More
It´s a little bit tricky to find the Ramen Street in the crowded and big Tokyo station although there were instruction tables. But it´s definitely worth the search. Once there you must decide which restaurant to try but I think all of them are really...More
Ramen street is within Tokyo Station, in one of the basement avenues. There’s a good selection of restaurants and not all of them are ramen places. Some have long queues but these are probably the ones most worth the wait. My friend is vegetarian we...More
Located in Tokyo Station so it's very convenient. Lines for the 8 outlets can get long quickly, but some restaurants are more popular than others. Tokyo station has many eating places, but the ramen shops are pretty much concentrated along this "street". The ramen varieties...More
We had lunch and dinner there because the Ramen was so good - the pork broth were really good. Not quite knowing which to go to, we followed the crowd and were not disappointed. Prices were reasonable too.
Eight of the best Ramen restaurants in one small quarter at the south end of Tokyo station in the first basement. You ordered your rummage through vending machine with pictures you picked the things you want pay and then wait to be seated it can...More
Ikaruga, Tokyo Ramen Street:
Amazing place, Tokyo station, there are so many ramen shops located in the same area. You will know which ones are more popular than the other by how long the cue in front of their shops. The soup here is a...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular