Ramen

A Bowl at Jiro Ramen in Kameido

Jiro Ramen at Kameido (Possibly the Lightest Heavy Tonkotsu Broth)

Jiro Ramen (Kameido) | ラーメン二郎亀戸店 Kameido, Tokyo, Japan 〒136-0071 Tokyo-to, Koto-ku, Kameido 4-35-17  〒136-0071 東京都江東区亀戸4丁目35−17 twitter: https://twitter.com/jiro_kame Jiro Ramen is the shop that started me on my ramen journey. My friend from Keio University introduced me to the noodles and after that I never looked at a bowl of ramen the same way. Rediscovering Jiro […]

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A bowl of tan tan men from Aka Kujira in Akasaka, Tokyo. The broth is fiery red hot with a topping of onions, a piece of bok choy, some minced meat, and a tiny red chili pepper on top. This bowl is level 5 spicy.

Fiery Hot Tantanmen at Akai Kujira in Akasaka

Akai Kujira (Akasaka) |四川担々麺 赤い鯨 Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan 〒107-0052 東京都港区赤坂 5-4-11 Porte bonheur 1F 〒107-0052 Tokyo-to, Minato, Akasaka 5-4-11 Porte bonheur 1F https://www.facebook.com/akaikujira Price: $$ Taste: 9/10 Tantanmen or Dan Dan Noodles are a spicy noodle dish originally from Sichuan, China. If you know anything about Chinese cuisine, you know that Sichuan food doesn’t mess around.

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Saichi Ramen from Saichi Ramen in Kinshicho, which is a ramen restaurant that specializes in oyster ramen.

Dangerously Good Oyster Ramen in Kinshicho at Saichi

Saichi (Kinshicho) Kinshicho, Tokyo, Japan. 〒130-0013 東京都墨田区錦糸4丁目6−9 https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1312/A131201/13147184/#anchor-rd-detail Price: $$ Taste: 8/10 and 👩🏻💬5/10 I’ve been wanting to try this place for a while since it’s right by my place. But every time I’m in Kinshico, I end up eating at this great Bangladesh place or eating gyoza at this other restaurant I love. This

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