“Amazing Niboshi Ramen Nagi Shinjuku Golden Gai Branch-Honkan” with a rich soup made from more than 20 kinds of dried sardines😉

The first ramen restaurant we recommend in Tokyo is “Nagi Shinjuku Golden Gai Branch Honkan” located in Shinjuku Golden Gai, about a 6-minute walk from the East Exit of JR Shinjuku Station. It is a popular restaurant where you can enjoy ramen that focuses on niboshi in any case.

The soup of “Amazing Niboshi Ramen” is a blend of more than 20 kinds of dried sardines. The medium-thick noodles, which are moderately frizzy and have a firm texture, are a perfect match for the rich broth with the flavor of dried sardines!🎊🍜😂

a Tokyo-only menu! Ramen Ryu no Ie Shinjuku Kotakibashi Dori Branch, a popular ramen shop serving tsukemen with mori (noodles)

The next recommended ramen restaurant in Tokyo is Ramen Ryu no Ie Shinjuku Kotakibashi Dori Branch, located about a 5-minute walk from the North Exit of Seibu Shinjuku Station. This is a restaurant where you can enjoy tsukemen (noodles with dipping sauce), which is characterized by its thick, sloppy soup.

Our recommended menu item is the tsukemen motsu, which is full of flavor and richness. You can enjoy the harmony of the thick broth and creamy motsu.

Ramen Ryu no Ie” has stores all over Japan, mainly in the Kyushu region, but Tsukemen Motsu can only be enjoyed in Tokyo!🇯🇵🥳

Shinjuku, Tokyo: Excellent soy sauce ramen noodles made with the finest ingredients “No Neighbor Shinjuku” PR

REGULAR (soy sauce ramen)” 850 yen (tax included) is one of the basic favorites.

The soup, made from carefully selected ingredients, has a light flavor with the sweetness of soy sauce and ginger. The noodles can be selected from thin or thick, allowing you to enjoy your favorite style. If you want to experience more of the restaurant’s specialties! If you want to feel more of the restaurant’s commitment, please try the Akita Komachi cooked in an earthenware pot.

In addition to basic ramen, the restaurant offers other specialties such as “Nihonbashi Niben Dashi Dashi Kombu Sui Tsukemen” (1,000 yen, tax included) and the popular “Maze Soba” (take-out OK), which is a must for gourmet connoisseurs!

One of the main features of “No Neighbor Shinjuku” is the ability to customize your ramen with the several toppings that line the tabletop. In addition to the five types of toppings (yaki nori, katsuobushi powder, kaeshi soy sauce, chives, pepper, and more), you can also eat as many raw eggs as you like.

In particular, the “nira kosho,” made from chives and chili peppers with an original spice, is quite spicy and punchy, perfect for changing the flavor of the soup. We also recommend that you use the raw egg to finish off your meal with a tkeg with rice cooked in an earthenware pot.

Famous for Chicken Hakyu Seafood! Fuunji, a popular ramen restaurant in Shinjuku, a hot ramen battleground🚨🎉😁

The next recommended ramen restaurant in Tokyo is Fuunji, a famous “Chicken Hakyu Seafood Ramen” restaurant located about a 6-minute walk from the southeast exit of JR Shinjuku Station. The chicken shiranyu and seafood W soup is very rich, using chicken, chicken bones, bonito flakes, kelp, and sardines!

Our recommended menu item is “Tsukemen” (dipping noodles). When you dip the straight, medium-thick noodles into the store’s signature aged soup and put them in your mouth, the fragrant aroma of Japanese wheat and the flavor of the chicken shiratsuyu seafood will spread in your mouth.🌈

Lightly salted! Fresh fish roasted on the grill is popular at Menya Kaijin’s Shinjuku branch.💫

The next recommended ramen restaurant in Tokyo is Menya Kaijin Shinjuku, a ramen restaurant specializing in fish-arai-kaki ramen, located about a 30-second walk from the southeast exit of JR Shinjuku Station.

The soup is made by searing and carefully cooking fresh fish roes, and goes perfectly with the special salt sauce. The fish used varies depending on the day’s purchases, so you will find a new flavor every time you visit. (*Refer to the “Menya Kaijin Shinjuku Store Tasting Log”)

The recommended menu item, “Arakaki Shio Ramen,” is made with thin, chewy noodles that enhance the flavor of the seafood. It is full of seafood flavor and is light enough to eat easily!

Shinjuku, Tokyo – Salt ramen with chicken broth as the key ingredient is highly recommended! Stylish ramen restaurant “Rahmen Eddie😻👄👍

The next recommended ramen restaurant in Tokyo is Rahmen Eddie, located about a 3-minute walk from Shinjuku-Gyoenmae Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line. This restaurant just opened* on Monday, January 23, 2023. It is the first ramen store in the ramen business created by “Kokoro Odoru,” which operates an Italian bar.

The clean, Western-style modern interior, decorated with neon lights, has a stylish atmosphere that makes it hard to believe it is a ramen shop. The small, counter-only restaurant is perfect for dates or for ramen alone! You can enjoy excellent salt ramen in a relaxed atmosphere.🗼🗾

Rahmen Eddie’s “Shio Ramen” (salt ramen), 1,080 yen (tax included), is Eddie’s basic ramen with chicken broth. The rich, umami flavor will fill your mouth. Two kinds of carefully cooked chashu pork, crunchy bamboo shoots, and fragrant shredded leeks float in the clear, clear broth.

One of the charms of this dish is that you can choose from thin, medium, or thick noodles. You can enjoy the texture and smoothness of the noodles along with the rich, umami soup. In addition, we also recommend the “Yuzu Shio”, “Tokusen Ramen”, “Cheese Soboro-Mazesoba”, and other oddities that ramen lovers will enjoy.

If you are looking for the best salt ramen in Tokyo, Rahmen Eddie is the place to visit.🤤😋

YAKIMEN SUMMIT: A new type of ramen with a new crispy texture! Yakimen Tsurugi, a ramen restaurant in Shinjuku with a new crispy texture✨🥰🤪

The last ramen shop we would like to introduce in Tokyo is Tsurugi, located about a 5-minute walk from JR Takadanobaba Station. This innovative ramen shop is the talk of the town for its use of grilled noodles instead of boiled ones!

Our recommended menu item is the Yaki-men (grilled noodles). The noodles on the outside of the soup are crispy, while the noodles soaked in the soup are chewy, so you can enjoy two different textures in one bowl of ramen. You will be addicted to this strange texture that you have never had before!

The large piece of chashu pork lying on top of the noodles is also melt-in-your-mouth delicious.


If you come to Shinjuku, Tokyo, please try it and see! You will definitely be sensitive to it 😉.