Recommended restaurant in Harajuku this time is Ramen: Ichiran.
The company was established in 1993 and has been running for 25 years now. Having a total number of 74 shops as of 2017 here in Japan and abroad, this company has indeed proven its name in the food and beverage industry. It aims to provide delicious foods and excellent service to its customers while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Ramen: Ichiran｜Feature Reference
|Restaurant’s Name (Japanese)||一蘭|
|Business Hours||10 AM 〜 10:45 MN|
|Address||6-5-6 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Access||Meiji Jingumae Station|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
Travel time on foot is approximately 1 minute from Exit 7 of Meiji Jingumae Station, and 4 minutes from JR Harajuku Station.
The exterior has the signature signage of the restaurant’s name on it, and the wall is a combination of wood and blocks that’s quite amuzing while staring at it.
There are about 36 seats in total, 2 private rooms good for 2 – 4 people.
Ichiran’s dining style is quite unique to any other ramen shops here. Loving the idea of eating in a cubicle that is just like having your own private space where you can slurp both noodles and soup without worrying that the person next to you might get annoyed. lol!
This ramen shop is also one of the great representation of Japanese culture and popularity wise, its name has conquered other countries abroad.
“Ichiran’s Classic Tonkotsu Ramen”
This ramen bowl has white tonkotsu soup that is so satisfying and will surely leave you overly satisfied!
If I could visit the place again, I’ll make sure to have an empty stomach so I can eat a lot!
Recommended for solo diners, with a friend or co-worker, and casual dating is also possible.
Kids are welcome!
Highly recommended for foreigners to try!