Recommended restaurant in Asakusa this time is Ramen: Asakusa Seimenjo.
Ramen: Asakusa Seimenjo｜Feature Reference
|Restaurant’s Name (Japanese)
|11：00 AM ～ L.O. 2：30 AM
Sundays – Holidays
11: 00 AM ～ L.O. 11:30 PM
|6-9-4 Asakusa, Taito 111-0032, Tokyo Prefecture
|11 AM – 2 PM Non-smoking
Travel time on foot is approximately 5 minutes on foot from the North Exit – Asakusa Station.
The exterior of the restaurant is just like other restaurants here in Japan, glass walls and frames all over. The restaurant’s name is also written in Kanji form right above the main door entrance.
Expect long lines because this place has so many customers every day.
Just when you thought you’ve already seen a lot about Japanese culture, wait until you get to see the interior of this place.
There are about 28 seats in total to accommodate the customers. Customers can bring family or friends to eat here as they have different seats to choose from like sofa seats and counter seats for solo diners.
Customers coming in and out are the locals and foreign travelers that happen to explore one of Tokyo’s very famous district.
~ Tsukemen ~
The taste is more than the usual ramen broth and this shop has a lot to offer!
Recommended when eating alone or with family, friends, and co-workers.
Available for take-out!
Eat-all-you-can Menu is available.
Drinks are available like Japanese sake (Nihonshu),Japanese spirits (Shochu).