Tokyo Ramen Street

Tokyo Ramen Street Official Guide |First Avenue Tokyo Station

Tokyo Ramen Street Official Guide |First Avenue Tokyo Station

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

Soranoiro Nippon

Rokurinsha

Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

Tsujita Miso no Sho

Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

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  • Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku
  • Soranoiro Nippon
  • Rokurinsha
  • Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao
  • Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun
  • Tsujita Miso no Sho
  • Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami
  • Tokyoeki Ikaruga
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名店、東京駅に集結。

名店、東京駅に集結。

Your guide to every shop on Tokyo Ramen Street!
The city’s best ramen has all come to Tokyo Station!

The concept behind Tokyo Ramen Street is to bring together so many different types of ramen that you could wander it for a week and never run out of options.
Whether it’s special noodles, special broth, or special toppings, each shop adds its own unique twist to this iconic dish, serving everything from classic favorites to flavors you won’t find anywhere else.

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

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▲ Tokusei Torori Soba ¥1,150 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tokyo Niboshi

Ramen Gyoku

Fish broth ramen elevated to perfection, thanks to the perfect balance of chicken and dried fish ingredients

This shop specializing in fish broth ramen is brought to you by Gyoku, renowned for their rich seafood creations. The thick broth is packed with savory chicken flavors and combined with several dried fish ingredients to create a delectable treat that’s fast becoming a new Tokyo tradition.

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

▲ Tokusei Torori Soba ¥1,150 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

Tokyo Niboshi Ramen Gyoku

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Soranoiro Nippon

Soranoiro Nippon

Soranoiro Nippon

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▲ Tokusei Veggie Soba ¥1,080 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Soranoiro Nippon

▲ Tokusei Veggie Soba ¥1,080 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Vegetable ramen

Soranoiro
Nippon

This Michelin-featured ramen shop is making its mark.

The concept behind Soranoiro is to create a ramen shop so welcoming that anyone feels comfortable walking in--even if they’re eating alone. Everything in their popular veggie soba is made with vegetables, including the broth, noodles, and toppings. It has been listed as a Bib Gourmand restaurant in the Michelin Guide for three years running, and offers vegan and gluten-free options at its Tokyo Station location for foreign travelers.

Soranoiro Nippon

Soranoiro Nippon

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Rokurinsha

Rokurinsha

Rokurinsha

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▲ Tokusei Tsukemen ¥1,080 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Dipping ramen

Rokurinsha

The restaurant that put dipping ramen on the map

This renowned shop is constantly pushing forward to create ramen so delicious that it’s crave-worthy to the last drop--and doesn’t care what it has to do to get there. It owes its wild popularity and success to its original, super-thick broth recipes, which are fast becoming the standard in the world of dipping ramen.

Rokurinsha

▲ Tokusei Tsukemen ¥1,080 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Rokurinsha

Rokurinsha

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Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

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▲ Shiotama Ramen ¥940 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

▲ Shiotama Ramen ¥940 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Shio Ramen Senmon

Hirugao

This famous Setagaya ramen shop has been around for twenty years

Delicately-flavored ramen dishes that still stand up and demand attention--just what you’d expect from true ramen experts. Dive into a carefully-crafted bowl of delicious flavor.

Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

Shio Ramen Senmon Hirugao

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Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

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▲ Tonkotsu DX ¥1,100 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tonkotsu ramen

Oreshiki Jun

Tokyo pork-bone ramen produced by “Mr. Ramen”, Tsukasa Maejima

Everything in their tonkotsu ramen is made from scratch, for a rich, smooth broth that’s pure deliciousness. Founded seven years ago, this dynamic, up-and-coming ramen shop is also known for its distinctive side dishes.

Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

▲ Tonkotsu DX ¥1,100 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

Tonkotsu ramen Oreshiki Jun

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Tsujita Miso no Sho

Tsujita Miso no Sho

Tsujita Miso no Sho

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▲ Ajitama Miso Ramen ¥970 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tsujita Miso no Sho

▲ Ajitama Miso Ramen ¥970 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Specializing in miso ramen

Tsujita
Miso no Sho

Rich miso ramen carefully crafted bowl by bowl

This miso ramen specialist came out of Tsujita, a shop that makes dipping ramen with a thick tonkotsu seafood broth. They import their special noodles straight from Hokkaido and use only the finest ingredients to make a premium broth that blends together several types of miso. Enjoy a premium ramen experience that’s been carefully crafted from start to finish.

Tsujita Miso no Sho

Tsujita Miso no Sho

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Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

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▲ Tokyo-eki Shoyu Chuka Soba ¥1,000 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tokyo chuka soba

Chiyogami

Delightful ramen bowls bring this Japanese tradition alive

This is the second ramen brand from Yasuomi Sakai of Ikaruga fame. The memorable broth pops the flavor of all the toppings, while the noodles are known for being supremely slurpable. The concept behind this ramen shop is offering the perfect bowl of soy-based ramen to match your mood that day. The result is high-quality ramen that’s easy to fall in love with.

Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

▲ Tokyo-eki Shoyu Chuka Soba ¥1,000 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

Tokyo chuka soba Chiyogami

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Tokyoeki Ikaruga

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

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▲ Gyokai Tonkotsu Tokyo-eki Ramen ¥1,030 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

▲ Gyokai Tonkotsu Tokyo-eki Ramen ¥1,030 (with tax)
Note: Prices subject to change

Seafood tonkotsu ramen

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

Ikaruga finally opens its first branch shop!

This ramen shop is famous for striking the perfect balance between meat and seafood flavors in its broth. This satellite shop captures the essence of the original Ikaruga in Ichigaya while adding a slew of original menu items that add pizazz and a perfect finish. The concept of the new location is to create lasting memories for the crowds of people who pass through Tokyo Station.

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

Tokyoeki Ikaruga

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