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One of the first of the tsukemen—dipping-style ramen—boom that started in the mid-2000s, Fuunji has a thicker noodle than normal and a rich fish- and meat-based dipping soup. Inside there are only 15 counter seats, and people will literally be standing behind you as you eat, waiting to take over your seat. Their line is long, but it moves very quickly.
Status openingstijdenOpen · Closes 9:00 PM
Tips van locals
Don't miss the blue signboard, otherwise, you'll be missing out on some of the best ramen you can possibly have in Tokyo. The restaurant is on the basement floor, has only 15 counter seats but has become one of the iconic ramen joints of Shinjuku. Whenever you visit, you'll see a long line for this…
Whenever you visit, you'll see the long lines for this very popular shop. While it is famous for their thick seafood-based Tsukemen, you should the simple ramen too. Kamatama ramen (like Kamatama Udon, one of popular Udon) is also worth a try