Ramen: Takahashi in Shinjuku | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Shinjuku this time is Ramen: Takahashi.

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TripAdvisor Ramen Takahashi(score:4)
Restaurant’s Name (Japanese) 焼きあご塩らー麺 たかはし
Business Hours 11 AM – 5 AM
Category Ramen Restaurant
Budget ¥1,000
TEL +81-03-6457-3328 (inquiry)
+81-50-5571-5573 (reservation)
Address 1-27-3 Kabukicho | KK Bldg 1F, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021
Business Holiday None
(except year end and New Year)
Access Seibu-Shinjuku Station
Seats 13
Credit Card Not Accepted
Smoking Establishment Non-smoking


Travel time on foot is approximately 1 minute from (Toei Oedo Line) Seibu-Shinjuku Station and 5 minutes from JR line Shinjuku Station (East Exit).

Long lines always happen here in this renowned ramen house! To avoid the hassle of lining up, it’s best if you can arrive earlier than the opening time of the shop and reservation is also available.


“The Counter Area”

“The ticket vending machine at the corner of the shop.”

This ramen shop has a total of 13 counter seats and the dining area is not so spacious so you’ll be seating next to other customers, and this place is shockingly clean despite the number of customers visiting the place every single day.

You can choose your food from the ticket vending machine located beside entrance/exit the shop.

Most of their customers are (locals) “salarymen” or and some foreign travelers.

Recommended Menu

“Akiago Shio(salt) Ramen”

This bowl is a popular choice in this restaurant because of its extremely satisfying taste made with grilled flying fish stock. This ramen is highly recommended and definitely worth the wait.

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Additional Information

・Recommended when eating alone, with a friend, with a co-worker, and for dating.

・Unavailable for private use.

・Available for reservation.

・Ticket vending machine is used to order.

・Cons: Narrow/Secluded space.

People’s Review

First Dinner in Shinjuku! So so so so good, #tokyo #ramentakahashi

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