Explore the world of ramen and try different types of this delicious meal. Visit one of the oldest ramen restaurants in Tokyo and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the city.
- Taste 3 different ramen bowls in Ikebukuro: Classic Shoyu, Tan-tan Tsukemen, and Tonkotsu
- Expand your knowledge about ramen culture and learn from your local guide
- Eat your way through the rich history of this meal
Embark on this tour, taste some ramen, and experience Ikebukuro, one of the most distinctive ramen districts.
Meet your guide and learn about the history and all the different types of this delicious meal.
Your first stop will be where the original Tsukemen was invented. This ramen restaurant with its wooden vintage interior is a must for all ramen lovers.
Learn from your local guide how ramen is ingrained in Japanese culture and enjoy a bowl of a classic Ramen.
Your next stop is a rising star in the ramen industry. This restaurant is a relatively new ramen spot and offers uniquely crafted ramen. Choose between modern types of ramen and pick according to your taste.
The final stop is a local, yet popular Tonkotsu ramen place. Tonkotsu ramen was created from boiling pork bones, this savory bowl is starting to become the 4th ramen after Shoyu, Shio, and Miso.
- 3 bowls of Ramen (two half-sized, one full-sized)
- Tour photos