Ramen: Takahashi in Ginza | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Ginza this time is Ramen: Takahashi.

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TripAdvisor Takahashi(score:4)
Restaurant’s Name (Japanese) 焼きあご塩らー麺たかはし
Business Hours Mondays to Saturdays & Before Holiday
11:00 AM ~ 4:00 AM
Sundays and Holidays
11:00 AM ~ 11:00 PM
Category Ramen Restaurant
Budget ¥1,000
TEL +81-3-6263-9438
Address 5-10-10 | Original Dai Ichi Bldg. 1F, Ginza, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture
Business Holiday None
Access Higashi Ginza Station
Seats 10
Credit Card Not Accepted
Smoking Establishment Non-smoking

Access from the Station

Travel time on foot is approximately 2 minutes from Tokyo Metro Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Higashi Ginza Station, and Tokyo Metro Ginza line; Marunouchi line Ginza station.


Location is very convenient as it is just a few steps away from the station.

It’s also very easy to find especially for a foreigner like me since it has an English name signage.

Please expect long lines on peak hours, this one’s really famous because of its unique ramen bowl.


The neatness of this ramen house is really impressive! Despite its limited number of seats, every customer can still feel relaxed because of the orderliness of the dining area.

There are only 10 counter seats inside to accommodate customers. Still, lots of customers are coming in every day.

You may experience a long queue while waiting for your turn as this place is really famous especially to the locals working nearby.

Recommended Menu

“Yaki Ago Shio rāmen”

The broth is made from Grilled Tobiuo Flying Fish , Kombu Seaweed & Salt, and seafood (prawn). No wonder it gives satisfying taste while eating.

Additional Information

Recommended for dining alone, with a friend or co-worker, and also for couple’s casual dates.

People’s Review

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焼きあご塩 つけ麺 at 【Grilled Ago & Shio Ramen Takahashi たかはし, Tokyo】, which I ate at their Ginza shop. The Ago Dashi base stock is made from Grilled Tobiuo Flying Fish , Kombu Seaweed & Salt, Sakura Ebi prawns – similar to the base stock in Fukuoka/Kyushu Udon shops. There’s 3 types of Chasyu including Slow cooked Pork, Chicken & Pork Rosu. Usually people order the normal soup ramen but I opted for Tsukemen because it is still so hot in Tokyo… Tsukemen was initially more of a Summer ramen traditionally in Tokyo, although these days you can order cold or hot noodles too so it is all year round.. • Personally I liked the idea behind this, but I would give it 7/10 in the end. Because it’s more Salt flavors vs Flying Fish, Seafood or other base soup tastes in sophistication.. but it’s light soothing enough for early Autumn albeit still so Summery in feel. On a positive note their 3 Chasyu’s here are better than many famous or Michelin shops to me. #HKETokyo #HKEJapan #Tokyo #東京 #Ginza #銀座 #Food #Foodies #Travel #Japan #日本 #Ramen #ラーメン #らーめん #あごだし #玉子 #チャーシュー

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