Kissou (Kiba, Tokyo)

There is one of my favorite ramen shop in Tokyo near Kiba station of the subway Tozai line. The shop's name is "kissou". If you are asked what you like in this store, I will reply that ramen is delicious and the service and the cleanliness…

Shinjyo (Musashi-Shinjyo, Kawasaki) Specialty Chinese noodles

On JR Nambu Line I overslept while on the move. When I woke up, I saw a sign at "Musashi-Shinjyo" station. Let's have lunch here this time. In this neighborhood, I like a ramen shop called "Shinjyo". // I heard that this ramen chef gained …

Menya-Kumpoo(Fudomae, Tokyo)

I went to a ramen shop called "Kumpoo" near the "Fudomae" station on the Tokyu Meguro Line. It started operating about three years ago and was popular from that time. The meaning of "Kumpoo" is a nice wind. In Japan, it is also a season wo…

Ano-Komiya (Toritsu-Daigaku, Tokyo)

To the Tokyu Toyoko line "Toritsu - Daigaku" station, there are two stores called "Ano - Komiya". Moreover, they are built back to back. The shop in the east is "Tonkotsu" ramen, the store in the west is a common Tokyo ramen. This time, I …

Rakkan (Musashi-Koyama, Tokyo)

There is also a good noodle shop around the Musashi - Koyama station on the Tokyu Meguro Line. Among them, I would like to introduce the shop "Rakkan" this time. The meaning of the store's name is "optimism". This shop is famous for soy sa…

Chitose (Akebonobashi, Tokyo)

There are many excellent noodle shops in Tokyo. And recently many young people start a ramen shop. Speaking of the best store among them, it is "Chitose" near Akebashi station. That young ramen chef is full of talent. Soy sauce · salt · Da…

Tonchibo (Koma, Saitma)

Suddenly there are popular ramen shops on the hills surrounded by mountains, rivers and forests. It moved a few months ago from around Tsurugashima station. Why did the store move out of its way to inconvenient places? I did not understand…

Yoshikawa (Sakado, Saitama)

One weekend, in order to solve the stress of work, I drove a car on the Kanetsu Expressway for the first time in a long time. I love driving a car. And there is something I like as much as that. That is eating ramen. The combination of dri…

Oozeki (Ebisu, Tokyo)

In Ebisu, you can use two routes of JR Yamanote line and subway. I often use this station for transfer and also often to eat ramen. Ebisu is also a ramen battlefield in Tokyo. Among them, one of my favorite shops is "Oozeki". This shop is …

Murasakiyama(Tamachi, Tokyo)

Tamachi area of ​​Minato-ku, Tokyo. Here is a shame that offers ramen noodles in Tokyo, "Wakayama-Kei Tonkotsu-Shoyu". The store's name is "Murasakiyama". I like the most among ramen shops in this area and I pass the most. I used to eat th…

Makuri-ya (Shin-Maruko, Kawasaki)

In Japan, there is rich noodles originating in Kanagawa prefecture. It is called "Ie-Kei" and it is made with thick pork bone soup, soy sauce sage and flavor oil extracted from chicken. It is a feature that customers can order soup densene…

Men-Labo-Hiro (Gakugei-Daigaku, Tokyo)

Recently, people with various backgrounds are doing their best as a ramen shop. Among them, people with different backgrounds of food business often open ramen shops. The same is true for this shop, the chef used to work in a yakitori shop…

Sakurai,(Mitaka, Tokyo)

There is "Sakurai" where you walk from JR Chuo Line Mitaka Station for more than 10 minutes. There is not Mitaka City but Musashino City. The shop is in a quiet residential area, and at the weekend, there are always rows of people looking …

Kimihan (Gotanda, Tokyo)

Among JR Yamanote line stations, there are many noodle shops around Gotanda station. There are almost all kinds of ramen in Gotanda, is not it? In the meantime, I picked a shop called "Kimihan" and ate ramen. That ramen has a taste that is…

Oranda-Ken(Higashi-Iwatsuki, Saitama)

A shop called "Oranda - ken" is in Saitama prefecture. Previously, it was named "Oranda-tei" and provided ramen at a different place. In the rumor, the shopownner got a store sign written "Oranda-tei", he seems to have inherited that name.…