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After a long day of wandering, we were famished. We decided we had to eat before wandering around Shibuya. We saw a line of people just across the Shibuya crossing (after having gotten off the train) into the ramen shop. We had no idea where...More
This is hands down the best ramen I have ever had! When I first got to the restaurant and saw the line I was slightly hesitant but the line moved quick and the food was definitely worth the rate. Next time I am in japan...More
First and mandatory stop in Shibuya. Good thing there was hardly a line when we arrived. Just a quick wait then off inside we went. I had the ramen with all the toppings plus an additional order or their super tender pork (forgot what it...More
Ever wanted a cubicle to yourself while eating and to never see who is serving you some amazing food? Ichiran is the place for you to visit. Located in Shibuya, this spot has low lighting, classical Japanese music, and overall friendly vibes to invite you...More
We stumbled across this ramen restaurant in Shibuya. We were told there would be a 40 minute wait but there was another restaurant a 5 minute walk away which had no wait so we walked to the other one. You choose your order from a...More
Was lucky enough to get in without a line on a late afternoon. Husband and I loved the ramen. I recommend going for strong stock and rich for the richness, medium spicy and firm noodles. I miss it already!
Nice place for Ramen even if the wait can be long. We waited 30 minutes to have 3 seats. The soup based is I must say very good. Only negative point on my side us the thickness of the noodles that I would have like...More
Truley delicious.. After trying out multiple places for ramen, this ranks by far the best. Alyhough its a chain, it is definitely worth a visit. There are a number of locations and they are generally associated with a que that extends out to the street....More
We arrived around 9.30 or so and had to wait in line outside, didn’t think it was so bad, as there was only a few ahead of us (or so we thought). Shuffling along, we then make it to entrance of building and given a...More
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
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hi, thank you for the advise. but because it is during cherry bloosoms, it is too crowded. and the other time is autumn, so not too many people. Too many tourist in shibuya that is why they open another branch and a few... More
hi, thank you for the advise. but because it is during cherry bloosoms, it is too crowded. and the other time is autumn, so not too many people. Too many tourist in shibuya that is why they open another branch and a few meters away from each other. besides I always stays at Shibuya tobu hotel and sometimes Shibuya Tokyo Rei Hotel so very convenient for me.