The east exit side of Ikebukuro Station is the hot spot for ramen. Here are the ramen restaurants all ramen lovers have been to at least once. From well-established restaurants and ones that have shown true strength to chain stores, all of these are very popular. A total of 11 restaurants made the cut out of a total of nearly 200 ramen joints in Ikebukuro. You may actually have trouble deciding which one to go.
Soba is one of the classic Japanese noodles that everyone needs to try! The noodles have been used in Japanese cooking for longer than most other foods that are now synonymous with Japan, including sushi and ramen. Soba is not only delicious but quite healthy as well! Read on to learn more.
The streets of Asakusa still has the old downtown atmosphere and many old-established shops and restaurants still remain. So, when people think of places to go to eat ramen, Asakusa is not a place that they may think of at first. But, there are many good ramen joints, and this article will introduce 6 of them that you should visit.
Virtually every region in Japan has its ramen specialty. In this article, we will look at Hakata Ramen in Fukuoka. Hakata ramen is actually one of the most popular types of ramen across the whole country, but its birthplace of Fukuoka is still the best place to eat it!
The area around Harajuku Station is very popular with young people throughout Japan. There are a lot of takeout shops in this area. You can enjoy eating a crepe or ice cream while taking a walk. Here, we will introduce Ramen shops located in Harajuku, the town for young people and also a popular tourist spot. They are all popular shops, where waiting in a line is inevitable, and recommended for anybody regardless of age.
Shinagawa is a busy station that has great access to Narita and Haneda Airport. It is also a great place to have a quick lunch or dinner between travel! Ramen is the perfect travel food since it is usually served and eaten quickly! Here are 5 popular ramen shops in Shinagawa worth trying.
Nishi-Shinjuku is covered with tall skyscrapers, and its streets are full of busy office workers. However, this area actually has many hidden ramen shops(salary men gotta eat, too!) This article will introduce the top 8 places to grab a bowl of ramen in the Nishi-Shinjuku area.
The Ueno area has a lot of attractions including the Ueno Zoo, art museums and Ameyoko street. Ameyoko street is crowded every day because of its cool shops and delicious food. One of the best types of food on offer in the area is ramen!! Here's our top 7 ramen joints near Ameyokocho.