Recommended restaurant in Asakusa this time is Ramen: Moritaya.
Ramen: Moritaya｜Feature Reference
|Retaurant’s Name (Japanese)||森田屋|
|Business Hours||Mondays to Saturdays
11:00 AM ～ 2:00 AM (L.O. 1:45 AM)
Sundays & Holidays
11:00 AM ～ 12:00 AM (L.O. 1１:45 PM)
|Budget||￥1,000 ～ ￥1,999|
|Address||1-15-10 Kaminarimon, Taito 111-0034, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
Location wise, this ramen shop is conveniently located just a few minutes away from the station.
Estimated travel time on foot is 3 minutes coming from Subway Ginza Line “Asakusa” station.
The building looks simple yet elegant with all those red bricks from the outside. You can notice that the restaurant’s name on top was gracefully designed and printed in Japanese characters/symbols.
Expect long lines during peak hours so better come in early.
The indoor style is just like the other ramen shops here in Japan. It has both counter and table seating arrangement.
There are about 23 seats in total, counter seats on the ground floor, and table seats on the second floor.
The casual atmosphere will make you feel comfortable while eating your meal.
Now, is it convenient for solo diners? Definitely! This place offers comfortable seats for everyone.
Locals and some foreign travelers are known to be the customers here in this ramen shop.
This is the bestseller! You can choose the soup from thin to thick consistency plus the broth is tonkotsu based. Their Gyoza is also considered to be a perfect match and indeed mouth-watering!
Some customers described the taste as one of the bests that they have tried here in Japan.
The ramen shop has no restrictions however it is highly recommended for solo diners, with family, with a co-worker or friend, and also a good choice for dating.
Available for take-out.
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