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Away from the neon lights of Namba and just moments from the office towers of Umeda, on a quiet street in Osaka’s Fukushima District is Ayamuya, the ONLY yakitori shop in Osaka to earn a Michelin star. Courses start from around 2000 yen in this hole in the wall eatery with plenty of character.
Vegetarian ramen seller in a busy restaurant in Tokyo station
ICHIRAN prides itself on offering the perfect bowl of tonkotsu ramen. Check out their Asakusa store, opening in November 2015.
Nanashi brings Iekei-style ramen to its outlets across Kanagawa and Tokyo, including the heart of Shibuya, and delivers its own signature Iekei experience for ramen-lovers to enjoy.
Tokyo Ramen Street located inside Tokyo Station houses seven distinctive ramen shops including tsukemen, miso ramen, maze soba and soy sauce ramen.
Menya Hanabi (麺屋はなび) serves up maze-soba (soupless ramen) in Nagoya, Aichi prefecture.
JapanTravel reporter tries different ramen shops in Shibuya over the course of 3 days for lunch, without the guidance of food blogs, Google and recommendations from friends.
Operating since 1957, Kokutei (黒亭) is one of the most famous and popular ramen shops in Kumamoto, proudly serving the local Kumamoto style.