Tokyo Ramen Yokocho

Tokyo Ramen Yokocho

Seven brands concentrated near Yaesu Exit, just one minute's walk from JR Tokyo Station. We have created a vibrant and busy "place to hang out" with the nostalgia and entertainment of an alley while leveraging the individuality of each brand. It connects a variety of customers from Japan and abroad, providing nostalgia, excitement and a feeling of a special space that cannot be found elsewhere.

Ganso Aburadou
Noodles are the lifeblood of Abura Soba. Soupless ramen, customized with special tabletop seasonings. The atmosphere of the store is stylish, and the taste arrangements are endless!

Strong Tonkotsu soup with sweet soy sauce. Plenty of pork and vegetables! Featuring thick, tender pork meat and plenty of vegetables. A strong soup with sweet soy sauce and noodles for a satisfying meal!

The super-popular rich tsukemen (dipping noodles) that draws lines in Shinjuku. Selected as one of Tabelog's top 100 ramen restaurants for 5 years in a row.

Kyushu Tonkotsu Ramen characterized by a soup that has been cooked and matured over a long time. The specially-ordered extra-thin noodles that go well with the rich and deep soup have the ultimate taste.

Itoi Miso Ramen
Itoi is a newly created, original brand from Gift Group. A rich miso ramen made by stir-frying lard, garlic, ginger, and white miso in a wok in a soup made with plenty of pork bones, chicken bones, and vegetables.

Machida Shoten
Machida Shoten features a Tonkotsu (Pork Broth) base with Soy Sauce flavor with Chicken oil, homemade ramen noodles with spinach, dried seaweed, and chashu (roasted pork fillet).

Nagaoka Shokudo
Ginger soy sauce ramen is a popular local ramen in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture. The light soup made with carefully selected ingredients is delicious and popular with men and women of all ages.

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Yaesu Underground Mall North 1, Yaesu 2-1, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 1040028, Japan
2 Minute walk from Yaesu north Exit of Tokyo Station on the JR Lines
6 Minute walk from Exits A3, B1, B3 of Nihonbashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Tozai, and Toei Asakusa Lines.