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  • Chojo Tsukushirow

  • Chinese, Ramen ( Tokyo Station )
  • Located in Kitchen Street, the restaurant mall connected to Tokyo Station, Choujoumen Tsukushirou specializes in ramen with shark fin. Since it is conveniently located and serves highly desirable shar...
  • Kujiraken:Yaesu

  • Ramen ( Tokyo Station )
  • Kujiraken's huge popularity spread by word of mouth soon after its first store opened in Yokohama in early 1990. Since then, Kujira has been expanding to Tokyo. Kujira-ken Yaesu is located on Yaesu Ch...
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  • Miso zen:Marunouchi

  • Ramen ( Tokyo Station )
  • Miso Zen's popularity allows it to stay in Otemachi, an unusual place for ramen shops because of soaring real estate prices. Miso Zen stands out, especially when lines of hungry businesspeople wait ou...
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  • Santoka:Nihombashi

  • Ramen ( Nihombashi )
  • Santoka Nihombashi is one of the most famous Santoku franchises, which originated in Sapporo. Salt or miso based ramen is the most popular, plus char siu (Chinese style barbecued pork) as a topping.
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