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Tokyo Ramen Street, Chiyoda

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  • Good place for lunch, all noodle based cooked in minutes in front of you. Huge portions and very tasty.  more »
  • Worth checking out for ramen, but be prepared for a long (hours) wait at the restaurants that are most popular.The is a posted guide to the restaurants but unfortunately most all of the signage on the...  more »
  • This is really just a small hallway on one of the floors in the Tokyo Station but if you want ramen they have ramen! Less of a restaurant experience and more cultural one, while lined up waiting for a...  more »
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  • A whole bunch of different Ramen shops in one place. What's not to love? When I landed in Tokyo, this was the first place I stopped and I hit 3 of the Ramen shops back to back. The day before I left, I hit the rest of them. Hard to say which one I liked the best, because they are all so different from each other. Also, as I ate from one place to the next, things became less desirable the closer I reached my popping point. That being said, just pick one and you won't go wrong. In the approximately 50 different Ramen shops in Tokyo I've been to so far, I've only been disappointed by one spot that served Sardine Ramen. Ramen is my favorite food!
  • You can find all famous ramen restaurateurs here. Easy to get here.
  • A selection of numerous good ramen restaurants. I would recommend one of our favourites, Rokurinsha. You could even but its take-away tsukemen (dipping ramen)!
  • Delicious ramen! Well worth a trip when you're in the station. There are 8 different ramen restaurants to choose from and the queues go fairly quickly. We chose Nippon and it was delicious! They offer traditional ramen, but also ramen with chef Miyazaki's modern twist. There is something for everyone here as they offer ramen with meat and eggs, vegetarian ramen, and vegan options. We tried one meat and one vegetarian and shared each. Highly recommend!
  • Worth a visit and reliably good ramen, but for a food court in a train station this is surprisingly hard to find.