Many people will likely say that ramen is one of the foods they would like to try in Japan.
Today, I would like to introduce 7 ramen shops within a 15 minute walk of Shibuya.
Many types of ramen can be enjoyed, from tonkotsu (pork) to seafood-based to spicy ramen.
A Shop that Serves Spicy Tanmen with Special Spicy Mapo Doufu on top of Miso Tanmen
Japanese are going crazy for this super spicy ramen.
Japanese notation：中本 渋谷支店
Definitely Come Here for Hokkaido Miso Ramen in Shibuya
Cold days make you crave ramen.
Japanese notation：味源熊祭 渋谷宇田川店
Come Here for a Light and Refreshing Ramen!
The gentle flavor of this salt broth with a hint of sweetness is great after a night of drinking.
The portions here are large, so it’s great for people who want to fill up at an affordable price.
The recommended gomoku noodles have a broth with filling and generous helpings of vegetables and meat, which creates a wonderful harmony with the skinny noodles.
The ramen is ¥570 and tastes ordinary as a result.
Japanese notation：味の店 錦
Hours：Weekday 11:00〜23:00, Weekends/Holidays 11:30〜22:30
Enjoy maze soba, made without broth and unique to Japan.
The taste is strong but clear.
Large portions come free of charge.
Japanese notation：まぜそば 七
Hours：Weekday 11:30〜23:30, Weekends/Holidays 11:30〜22:00, Sunday close
Shibuya’s Tonkotsu Ramen King
The classic creamy tonkotsu broth goes perfectly with their skinny noodles.
Japanese notation：麺の坊 砦
A Ramen Made with Care
The seafood based broth is light and delicious. You’ll drink it right up.
Roast pork, eggs, bamboo shoots, soup, noodles… all the ingredients are in balance.
Hours：11:30〜15:30(Closed on Sunday and holiday)
・100 Things to Do in Shibuya, Tokyo’s Fashionable Metropolis, in 2018