Recommended restaurant in Shinjuku this time is Ramen: Misoya Hachiro Shoten.
Ramen: Misoya Hachiro Shoten｜Feature Reference
|TripAdvisor||Misoya Hachiro Shoten(score：4)||Restaurant’s Name(Japanese)||味噌屋 八郎商店|
|Business Hours||11:00 AM ～ 11:00 PM|
|Address||7-5-5 Nishishinjuku | Plaza Nishishinjuku 102, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0023|
|Access||Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
The average travel time on foot is approximately 4 minutes from (Toei Subway Oedo Line) Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station and 7 minutes from (JR Chuo Line, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) Shinjuku Station.
The exterior has bigger and bold fonts of the restuarant’s name in Japanese characters. I can say that this place isn’t new anymore but love the idea that it has a stylish touch and indeed well-maintained.
This place really exhibits the usual style of a ramen house here in Japan. There are about 12 counter seats in total and nothing more , nothing less. Yes, it is a limited space but it doesn’t look like it is. I guess proper arrangement really did the trick!
If you are eating alone this place is one of some good choices you can get! Dining with some friends or co workers is also okay however, you might need to wait a little longer for the turn over time.
“Tomato and Miso Ramen”
The restaurant is best known for its thick noodles and rich, sweeter taste of the soup.
・Recommended when eating alone or with family as kids are welcome here.
・The business closes as soon as the soup runs out.
・Ticket vending machine is available for order selection.