The 10 Best Ramen Shops You Must Eat in Tsukiji Market, Tokyo

Tsukiji is famous for its great fish market, fresh seafood products, and superb sushi and sashimi pieces, but actually the place has something more than that. Sounds weird, but true, Tsukiji accommodates many delicious ramen shops, and today we’ve listed 10 different ramen shops in Tsukiji that are worth to try!


1. Noukou Tori Soba Tsukiji Tori Shokudo

1. Noukou Tori Soba Tsukiji Tori Shokudo
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Noukou Tori Soba Tsukiji Tori Shokudo is famous for its superb chicken dishes, and we totally love its superb Noukou Tori Soba.

This shop uses chicken broth and dried fish as its soup base, which tastes very great and is rich in collagen.

This ramen shop also serves many unique menu like Tai Cold Chicken Soba and Nori Chicken Soba.

■Information
Name: Noukou Tori Soba Tsukiji Tori Shokudo
Address: Shirono Building 1F & 2F, 6-4-8 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-6264-2149
Business Hours: 11:00-15:00 / 17:00-24:00
Close on Sundays
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Website: https://www.facebook.com/
Map: Map to Noukou Tori Soba Tsukiji Tori Shokudo

2. Tsukiji Ebikin

2. Tsukiji Ebikin
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Tsukiji Ebikin is one of the most famous ramen shops in Tsukiji, and it is famous for its exceptional shrimp (ebi) ramen!

Tsukiji Ebikin uses 50 pieces of sweet shrimp, and its most popular ramen noodles is the Ebi Soba (JPY 780). The noodles are made from high quality flour and shrimp powder, so Ebi Soba has a very thick flavor of shrimps.

In addition to its wonderful Ebi Soba, Tsukiji Ebikin is also famous for its delicious limited Ebi Curry as well!

■Information
Name: Ebi Soba Senmonten Tsukiji Ebikin
Address: 6-23-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-5565-8553
Close on Sundays & National Holidays
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Tsukijishijo Station

Website: http://ebikin.com/
Map: Map to Ebi Soba Senmonten Tsukiji Ebikin

3. Meshidokoro NICONICO

3. Meshidokoro NICONICO
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Meshidokoro NICONICO serves mainly Japanese street foods, and the restaurant operates as a ramen shop during the day, and as an izakaya during the night.

NICONICO is famous for its authentic Shoyu Ramen, which only costs only JPY 780 per bowl. The restaurant is also famous for its unique Oyako Shiosoba (JPY 780), which uses seasoned boiled egg and chicken chashu as its toppings.

You can also order side dishes like Chawan Curry and Chashu Bowl as well, which each of them costs only JPY 300!

■Information
Name: Meshidokoro NICONICO
Address: 2-14-12 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-6883-6094
Business Hours: 11:30-22:30
Close on Sundays
Access: Within 2-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Website: http://niconico.life/
Map: Map to Meshidokoro NICONICO

4. Chuka Soba Inoue

4. Chuka Soba Inoue
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Inoue was opened in 1966, and it can be considered as one of the oldest ramen shop that is still popular among the locals and the tourists.

Inoue serves Chuka Soba only, but still there are many people lining in front of the store almost everyday from early morning. The Chuka Soba at Inoue is wonderful; it uses 4 slices of chashu as its toppings, and thin noodles. The soup combines chicken, pork, and kombu broths, creating a very unique soup flavor.

The shop doesn’t have any tables and chairs, so you will be standing while eating your ramen!

■Information
Name: Chuka Soba Inoue
Address: 4-9-16 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3542-0620
Business Hours: 4:30-13:30
Close on Sunday
Access: Within 4-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Website: http://www.tsukiji.or.jp/
Map: Map to Chuka Soba Inoue

5. Yajiman

5. Yajiman
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Yajiman is a Chinese restaurant in Tsukiji, and it is famous for its delicious Asari Ramen and Oyster Ramen (each costs JPY 1,200).

In addition to those unique ramen noodles, Yajiman also serves the regular Chuuka Soba (JPY 520) and Chuuka Bowl (JPY 800) as well. This restaurant also famous for its great Jumbo Shumai (JPY 300 for 2) also.

■Information
Name: Yajiman
Address: Tsukiji Market Uogashi Yokocho Building No.8, 5-2 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3541-0729
Business Hours: 4:30-13:00
Close on Sundays, National Holidays, and when the Tsukiji Market is close
Access: Within 4-minute walk from Tsukijishijo Station

Website: http://www.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/
Map: Map to Yajiman

6. Hakata Ramen Fukuchan Tsukiji Sohonten

6. Hakata Ramen Fukuchan Tsukiji Sohonten
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Fukuchan is one of the most famous ramen shops in Tokyo serving tonkotsu ramen. Indeed, Fukuchan was the trendsetter of Hakata Ramen in Kanto region.

Fukuchan is famous for its simple but tasty Fukuchan Ramen (JPY 680), which is a standard tonkotsu ramen. In addition to Fukuchan Ramen, you can also try Hakata Champon (JPY 890) and Hakata Sara Udon (JPY 890) if you want something different.

On top of that, you can also add toppings like Mentaiko, Takana Mentaiko, and Beni Shoga for free as well!

■Information
Name: Hakata Ramen Fukuchan Tsukiji Sohonten
Address: 6-9-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3545-6005
Business Hours: 11:00-23:00
Open throughout the year
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Map: Map to Hakata Ramen Fukuchan Tsukiji Sohonten

7. Densho Ramen Hokuto

7. Densho Ramen Hokuto
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Densho Ramen Hokuto serves Asahikawa ramen, and it uses 10 different ingredients and cooked the soup for 3 days in a row.

The golden soup tastes very light but juicy at the same time, and we strongly recommend you to try the Shoyu Ramen (JPY 800), which uses plenty of vegetables, spices, and chashu as its toppings.

You can also try the Miso Ramen (JPY 900), which uses Asahikawa’s special miso paste as its base. Shio Ramen is also available for JPY 800 only!

■Information
Name: Densho Ramen Hokuto
Address: Tsukiji KY Building, 4-7-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3541-8610
Close on Sundays and National Holidays
Access: Within 3-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Map: Map to Densho Ramen Hokuto

8. Tsukiji-ya

8. Tsukiji-ya
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Tsukiji-ya is one of the most famous Yokohama Iekei ramen shops in Tokyo, and it is famous for its superb juicy soup and medium thin ramen noodles!

Our favorite are the Noukou Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen SP (JPY 890) and Tsukemen SP (JPY 980). The best thing from this ramen shop is that you can enjoy bottomless rice until 17:00.

■Information
Name: Tsukiji-ya
Address: 3-16-9 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: Within 2-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Website: http://www.tsukijikyoueikai.co.jp/
Map: Map to Tsukiji-ya

9. Saiwaiken

9. Saiwaiken
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Saiwaiken is one of the oldest ramen shops in Tsukiji, and it is loved by both the locals and the tourists as well.

Saiwaiken is famous for its superb Chashumen (JPY 1,000), which is a shoyu ramen with soft and juicy chashu toppings.

You can order side dishes like Chawan Curry for JPY 300, or Homemade Shumai for JPY 150 each as well!

■Information
Name: Saiwaiken
Address: Yuzuki Building 1F, 4-10-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3545-5602
Business Hours: 5:00-13:00
Close on Sundays, National Holidays, and when Tsukiji Market is close
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Website: http://www.tsukiji.or.jp/
Map: Map to Saiwaiken

10. Wakaba

10. Wakaba
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Wakaba is famous for its delicious shoyu ramen, and it has been serving ramen noodles in the area for more than 60 years.

The most famous ramen of Wakaba is the Chuka Soba (JPY 700), which uses ultra-thin noodles. You can also try the Wantanmen (JPY 900), which uses plenty of Wantan as its toppings. The Chashumen (JPY 900) is also worth to try as well for its juicy and fluffy Chashu!

■Information
Name: Wakaba
Address: 4-9-11 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-6264-3966
Business Hours: 5:00-14:00
No scheduled holidays
Access: Within 10-minute walk from Tsukijishijo Station

Website: http://www.tsukiji-wakaba.com/
Map: Map to Wakaba

Let’s Enjoy Best Ramen in Tsukiji Market!

Tsukiji is always famous for its great tuna auction, fresh seafood products, and delicious sushi and sashimi pieces, but the area actually accommodates many great ramen shops as well! Today we’ve listed some of the best ramen shops you can try in Tsukiji, so why don’t you stop by these shops to spoil your empty belly?




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