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Kohmen, with its special taste, lives up to the customer’s expectation. I’ve been to several ramen shops in Tokyo but this restaurant so far still tops my list. It is a great place to go either by yourself or with friends especially with the cold season!
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Very convienent location. Late night supper available. Ramen and Gyoza were only average, but if you want to try Tsukemen (noodle/soup or toppings served on separate bowls) then give it a go :)
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One of many ramen joints, except this one is, as Hiroaki mentioned, a bit better designed than other ones. Sure, there is still the typical counter bar and the place is still very much wood, but the deep black color combined with the flashing video screen make this particular branch seem modern.
While everything is pictured, the description of the food is still in Japanese, so while you're lookin... Read More
I could see from the building that Kohmen must be really popular. With a sign all the way on the top of the building letting everyone know about it's location, it was really easy to find. It was really easy to order with the picture menu.
I thought Kohmen was good but not amazing. The ramen was pretty good but the dumplings were probably not worth ordering.
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There are few Kohmen shops, but the Roppongi branch is the only one I've been to.
The interior is cool. Everything is metallic and there is a small screen on each table, which I think music video is played. Unlike, other Ramen restaurants, the atmosphere is very clean and stylish. Also, there are enough space to enjoy a relaxing meal.
The menu is very customer friendly with a picture on ever... Read More
Komen has the feel of a traditional Japanese restaurant but with a touch of the 21st century. With pleasing aesthetics and great food, Komen is the place to go. A two story restaurant with English menus and pictures as well make ordering very easy. The waitress did not speak great English but was easily able to understand what I wanted. At each seat there is small TV monitor that shows popular mus... Read More