- addressFirst Avenue Tokyo Station B1, 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- business_hourOpening hours vary depending on the restaurant.
- accessJust outside each ticket gate on the Yaesu side of Tokyo Station
6 minutes walk from Otemachi Station
|Tokyo Ramen Street Website||https://www.tokyoeki-1bangai.co.jp/street/ramen/|
|Tokyo Station First Avenue||https://www.tokyoeki-1bangai.co.jp/|
|Closed||No scheduled holidays|
One must-try spot is Tonkotsu Ramen: Bokkotsu Ramen: Ore Shiki Jun. Their rich and creamy pork bone soup cooked for 24 hours straight. You get to choose the noodle hardness, with options ranging from "super hard" to "soft." The thin, straight noodles made of Japanese wheat are boiled to your preferred texture.
Another great option is Hirugao, where you can indulge in their salty shio ramen. This mouthwatering soup is made with a natural broth that combines chicken, kelp, scallops, dried sardines, and veggies. And for a secret touch of flavor, yuzu peel is added.
With so many ramen restaurants to choose from, you can always find one that suits your mood. From unique soups to special spices and side dishes, the variety is endless. Some people even try to visit all the restaurants on the street!
If you're feeling hungry, then head on over to Tokyo Ramen Street for a delicious bowl of ramen that you won't forget.