Recommended restaurant in Akasaka this time is Ramen: Ittenbari.
Ramen: Ittenbari｜Feature Reference
|Restaurant’s Name (Japanese)||赤坂一点張|
|Business Hours||11:00 AM ～ 4:00 AM|
|Address||3-7-9 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Business Holiday||Sundays and Holidays|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
Travel time on foot is approximately 3 minutes from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Marunouchi Line – Akasaka Mitsuke Station.
The exterior design is really simple having dark mahogany and yellow as color combo to lighten up the bilding view. It also appears as an old building but remarkably well-maintained.
Long lines can happen at any time of the day so it’s better to visit the place and expect to wait a little longer.
Well, seeing the interior is like reliving the pictures from the old Japanese-style restaurants. It was a great atmosphere to eat with enthusiasm and finish the meal with great satisfaction of their ramen bowl.
There are about 22seats provided for customers, 7 counter seats and 15 table seats in total.
This place is famous so expect it to be crowded especially during peak hours.
This Miso ramen bowl is perfect when you add egg and menma(flavored bamboo shoots). The noodle texture is not so smooth but it gets more slurpy when you eat together with the soup(broth).
Recommended for family dining, eatin with friends or co-workers.
Kids are welcome.