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Nidaime Tsujita: Kanda 二代目 つじ田 Ramen / Akihabara

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Mentoku is so popular that there is always a line. The interior is very modern but only has 16 counter seats. The very rich soup is made from a mix of seafood and Tonkotsu (pork bones) and the noodles are rather thick and chewy. Add Kuro Shichimi (Japanese spice) to change the flavor of your soup. People are said to either love or hate this unique taste but is worth trying if you are a Ramen fan.

Categories Ramen
Nearest Station Awajicho
Address 1-4 Ogawacho, Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5256-3200
Home Page (In Japanese)
Business Hours Mon-Fri 11:00am-3:30pm, 5:00pm-9:30pm; Sat-Sun 11:00am-8:00pm

3 Reviews for Nidaime Tsujita: Kanda

  • Nidaime Tsujita: Kanda
  • (2019-11-01)

  • Nidaime Tsujita: Kanda
  • (2008-06-02)
  • The citrus fruit is actually sudachi, not yuzu. Vintaro is right however, there is always a line. I find it best to go a little after 1, the wait will be around 30min or so during the week. The omori size isn't really that large, so I recommend getting a bowl of chasu gohan on the side. It's soft, shredded chasu with green onion that is blowtorched to add some crispy texture. It's really... Read More

  • You have never tasted anything like this before
  • (2008-06-01)
  • I almost hate to share this place but I cannot keep a secret this good. In fact, this place is not a secret at all to local folks. There is usually a line down the block. It is just that I am usually the only non-Japanese dude there. This will probably change but I can deal with that. First off, while they serve ramen here, everyone gets the tsukemen (noodles and soup served separately). There... Read More

Other reviews of the same chain

  • Nidaime Tsujita: Kojimachi
  • (2009-08-04)
  • Inasmuch as I love Japanese food, I often think it would benefit from a small squeeze of lemon to brighten the flavors. And I often think ramen soup could use a bit of lemon to cut through all the fat and salt. And I finally found a place that does it! Nidaime Tsujita doesn’t use lemons, but rather sudachi, which is a citrus fruit similar to a lime from Okinawa. And you squeeze it on the tsukem... Read More

  • Nidaime Tsujita: Kojimachi
  • (2007-06-04)
  • I was greeting by a small line when I walked up to this small, tastefully decorated Ramen shop; always a good sign. Unfortunately there is no English menu, but when in doubt, ask the server at the door to guide your hand to the “Ramen” button on the ticket machine. After paying and waiting for a seat, you are escorted into a tiny eating area, seating maybe 8 people max. The high point of this... Read More
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