Ramen Tour


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Follow JapanTravel's Tom Roseveare on his ramen tour adventure in a quest to find the best ramen in Japan.

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Gyorai (本枯中華そば 魚雷) is a unique ramen shop in Tokyo's Bunkyo ward that sets itself apart from most others – using coffee siphons
In the sleepy seaside town of Yugawara, famous for its hot springs and idyllic coastal views, Iida Shouten (らぁ麺屋飯田商店) gives the town a new claim to fame – quality ramen.
Konjiki Hototogisu (金色不如帰) is a tiny ramen shop out in Tokyo's suburban Hatagaya, that's been operating since 2006.
One particular Hachioji shop manages to set itself apart from the crowd, Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En (煮干鰮らーめん 圓), which has garnered rave reviews from critics ever since exploding onto the scene in 2009
Ramen Garaku (らーめん 雅楽) is a solid little ramen shop in Azamino, just outside Tokyo and opened in July 2014.
Tonchin (屯ちん) serves classic pork bone—or tonkotsu—style ramen in the heart of Tokyo's Ikebukuro district.
Ippudo (一風堂) is one of the most recognised names in the ramen world, having replicated the success of its Hakata-born tonkotsu pork bone ramen globally.
Their signature dish is the Tori no Shoyu Ramen (soy sauce broth with chicken), also available in a more extravagant 'Zeitaku' version (¥1,000).