Try Unusually Tasty Fruit Ramen at One of These 4 Locations in Tokyo!

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  • I had never heard of fruit ramen until recently but this dish is surprisingly really good! This new kind of addictive ramen can be found in various places around Tokyo. If you want to find out where to try this interesting ramen variation, then check out the list below!

    1. Papapapapine

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    This ramen restaurant provides pineapple ramen and 25% of the soup of the ramen is made from (you guessed it) pineapples. Not only is the soup pineapple flavored but the boiled eggs and pork put into the ramen are also flavored with pineapples. This restaurant is a two-minute walk from Nishi-Ogikubo station and extremely convenient and worth a visit!

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    2. Neiroya

    This restaurant serves lemon ramen as a limited edition summer season addition to the menu and the lemon juice added to the ramen soup adds a refreshing taste that is perfect for the hot summer. Their limited edition menu is extremely popular so I suggest going early to make sure that you can get a taste of this special ramen!

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    3. Rinsuzu Shokudou

    This restaurant in Oshima serves lemon ramen as a part of their normal menu. The entire surface of the bowl is basically covered in lemon slices and the lemon juice merges with the soup as you eat the ramen, allowing you to enjoy various flavors in one dish.

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    4. Aroma

    Aroma is a long-running cafe that actually sells “coffee ramen” that contains bacon, boiled eggs, kiwi, smoked cheese, sausages, and even ice cream. I can’t imagine how the people at Aroma came up with this idea but it is most definitely one of a kind. With the coffee flavored soup and the ice cream, I am guessing that this is a sort of “dessert” ramen and although the combination of these things may seem questionable, this coffee ramen is extremely popular among the customers.

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    I hope this got you interested in trying out fruit ramen in Tokyo! Which of these sounds the most appealing to you?

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