Rokurinsha – Tokyo Ramen Street

Specializing in tsukemen style ramen (noodles are served cold and separate from the broth) is one of the best bowls of ramen I have ever had. I saw David Chang eat at this place on Mind of a Chef and I knew I had to give it a try when I visited Tokyo.

The broth was so thick and rich like a dipping sauce. The alkaline noodles were so thick and chewy – I still have mouth dreams and taste bud flashbacks about this place.

One thing; it took us three separate tries to find this place while connecting through Tokyo station, don’t try to find this place if you are on a tight schedule like we were at times. It is located on ramen street but Tokyo station is enormous with multiple levels.

SLURP!

4 thoughts on “Rokurinsha – Tokyo Ramen Street”

    1. Tetsu I heard is really good, as well. I did not get a chance to eat there on this trip, but I will definitely not miss out next time.

      Have you had tetsu? Would you recommend anywhere else?

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      1. I’ve only had tetsu, which was really good (the portions were also massive), but that’s the only tsukemen i’ve had so I don’t really have much to compare it to haha.

        as for ramen overall, ichiran had been the best~

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