Ramen Tei in Asakusa | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Asakusa this time is Ramen: Tei.

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TripAdvisor Ramen Tei(score:4.5)
Restaurant’s Name (Japanese) ら麺亭
Business Hours Weekdays & Holidays
11:00 AM ~ 8:00 PM
Saturdays & Sundays
10:00 AM ~ 8:00 PM
Category Ramen Restaurant
Budget ¥1,000~
TEL +81-3-3845-0514
Address 1-39-9 Asakusa, Taito 111-0032, Tokyo Prefecture
Business Holiday Sundays and public holidays
Access Asakusa Station
Seats 9
Credit Card Not Accepted
English Menu Yes
Smoking Establishment Non-smoking


Estimated travel time on foot is 2 minutes from Tsukuba Express – Asakusa Station, and 6 minutes on foot from Tobu, Toei Asakusa line, Tokyo Metro Asakusa Station.

Located on Denbouin Dori Street, this place looks ordinary yet well-maintained. It displays sophistication and history that’s so fascinating to see.


The interior concept is as simple as the outside appearance and very similar to most ramen shops here in Japan.

It has 9 counter seats available for customers acommodation. Highly suggest to visit this place alone for a more convenient way.

Will it be appropriate for dating? I wouldn’t recommend it for dating couple as it is way out of romance and comfort.

Most customers coming here are Japanese people but sometimes foreign travelers are also seen dining.

Recommended Menu

“Soy Sauce Ramen”

Shoyu Ramen is just one of the bestselling menu in this ramen house. It is topped with tender pieces of pork and and it’s best to add dumplings to your bowl.

Additional Information

Recommended for solo diners, or with a friend/co-worker.

Services offered:
Available for take-out.

People’s Review

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RAMEN FOR PRESIDENT. 🍲 As someone who loves food and especially loves Japanese food, I was a bit disappointed with the food we had during our first couple of days in Tokyo. Staying in Tokyo’s K-Town didn’t help and neither did the heat or the fact that I have a seafood intolerance. But we definitely hit the jackpot as far as food is concerned yesterday and had two amazing meals in Asakusa and Shibuya! My favourite though was the miso ramen at this tiny little ramen bar that only seated about 8 people at a time! It might not look amazing but the flavours in the broth were amazing and proof of why everyone recommends ramen in Japan! If you’re visiting Tokyo, make sure you explore the streets near the Senso-Ji temple for Asakusa’s fantastic food offerings! #asakusa #ramen #japeneseramen #japanesefood #japanesecuisine #foodie #foodietravel #instafoodie #instajapanese #instajapan #ig_japan #instatokyo #ig_tokyo #gojapanau #visitjapanau #gotokyojp #gotokyoau #foodietravels ##tokyo_grapher #worldtravel #worldplaces #worldfood #travelphotos #travelfoodie #worldnomads #asakusatokyo #ramenteiasakusa #lonelyplanet #bbctravel #guardiantravelsnaps

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miso ramen from ramen-tei Asakusa. you order outside the store and give your receipt to the employee, then your ramen is made on the spot. walking in there were no more than maybe ten to twelve seats? but no one was waiting too long to get in because of how well it was circulated. the seating wasn’t at tables, but was bar-styled so you can look directly at the ramen being made. I asked for permission to take pictures and they said yes and even made poses at my camera, which was sweet. one thing I didn’t like, however, was that they touched everything with their bare hands, including the noodles, plates, and tables. taste was good, but I felt a bit overwhelmed by how oily it was. 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌕🌕🌕🌖🌑🌑 . . . #food #foodie #ramen #ramentei #asakusa #tokyo #japan #miso #misoramen #eat

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