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other than fuunji, this has to be my other favourite. perfectly cooked chewy noodles of perfect thickness. plus delicious savoury broth to dip your noodles in. highly recommend since it’s in a very convenient location as well!
Excellent dipping ramen - cold noodles dipped in thick hot broth. Buy a ticket at the door (insert money first before making your selection) and then you will be shown to your seat. After you are done you can ask for some soup to end...More
Tokyo station - Yaesu Underground Central Exit - Tokyo Ramen Street -Tokyo Ramen Street is on 1st Avenue shopping area on B1F level.Underground basement shopping area - closer to "Granroof" shopping . Hour: 7:30 a.m. to 10 am, 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Cold noodle...More
Arrived about 9am on a Sunday morning, easy to find and the queuing system was really well organised. Line moved really quickly and we only waited about 10mins.
Staff very helpful with assisting with the ticket machine. Limited options available for breakfast, no idea what...More
We wanted to visit the ramen street in Tokyo Station, and had heard that this restaurant was the most popular, so we were very grateful when we arrived to find that the line was not very long at all! The queuing area is well-marked with...More
Queued for almost an hour at this ramen joint in Tokyo Street. Remember that you have to purchase your ticket first before you queue up. If you don’t, that’s alright; the ladies will let you buy your ticket when your turn is near. I ordered...More
Got here early, around 8am for breakfast ramen 🍜. Breakfast (7:30-10am) has limited items available on the vending machine but no biggie, the tsukemen that was available is super tasty. Seafood based dipping broth but not in a super briny seafood way, just a pleasant...More
Went to Rokurinsha on my last day in Tokyo. It was worth it for the dipping ramen. Would highly recommend and I cannot wait for my next trip to Japan to another portion of Tsukemen. Just can’t find any Tsukemen of this standard in London,...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
Response from RavenKnit | Reviewed this property |
You'll get people queuing up BEFORE it opens. Kinda depends on you definition of huge - it's nowhere as bad as say lining up for Michelin 3 stars ramen, but depending on your luck you could be in line for 45 minutes or so.
Response from ndsleep612 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so. Most of the restaurants in Japan have been using the same ingredients for many years/decades. Gluten-free is more of a Western countries fad unless you have Celiac Disease. You might be able to find... More
I don't think so. Most of the restaurants in Japan have been using the same ingredients for many years/decades. Gluten-free is more of a Western countries fad unless you have Celiac Disease. You might be able to find gluten-free food but it will be in highly Western expat populated areas like Roppongi Hills.