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Japanese: Izakaya, Ramen


Donryuu Overview


1-chōme-2-13 Higashishinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0021


+81 (0) 3-3575-1052


7 minute walk from Shimbashi Station (JR and Toei Asakusa Line)
7 minute walk from Shiodome Station (Toei Oedo Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:00PM-9:30PM
Mon: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-1:30AM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-1:30AM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-1:30AM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-1:30AM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-1:30AM
Sat: 5:00PM-9:30PM

Payment methods

Cash, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Donryuu Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Shiodome in Tokyo, Donryuu is a hidden gem that specializes in Hakata Nagahama ramen. This cozy restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its traditional decor and warm ambiance.

Donryuu takes pride in its flavorful and authentic ramen, which is made with a rich and savory pork bone broth that has been simmered for hours. The noodles are perfectly cooked to achieve a firm and chewy texture, and are topped with tender slices of chashu pork, green onions, and a perfectly cooked soft-boiled egg. The combination of these ingredients creates a harmonious blend of flavors that will leave you craving for more.

What sets Donryuu apart from other ramen shops is their attention to detail and commitment to quality. The chefs at Donryuu use only the finest ingredients to create their dishes, ensuring that every bowl of ramen is a true culinary masterpiece. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or a first-time visitor, Donryuu is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to indulge in the authentic flavors of Hakata Nagahama ramen.

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A shop where you can feel like you are in Hakata while you are in Shimbashi


I visited the store today for the first time in a while for lunch.
This is an authentic store where you can smell the smell of pork bones just by walking in front of the store.

Since the owner is the only one handling the food, if the timing is bad, you may have to wait until it's served, but since Nagahama Ramen's noodles are thin, the wait isn't long enough to make you feel numb.

At lunchtime, you can get one rice ball free of charge if you request it, which is a great deal.

Also, the most important thing is the taste.
Just passing by the store, you can smell the unique smell of pork bones, but the soup is a good representation of the characteristics of Nagahama ramen, and there is no smell or taste at all. Rather, it has a creamy and elegant taste. It's not a simple dish, but an authentic Nagahama ramen.

The special ramen I ordered this time has all the toppings, but in this day and age it costs 980 yen. (Even if the price has increased recently, it's still the same price.) The only disappointing point is that there is no seaweed... Well, seaweed is expensive these days, and it's difficult to preserve, so maybe it can't be helped? but…

In any case. I think this is a famous Nagahama ramen restaurant in terms of taste and cost performance.


Translated from Japanese:

The saltiness isn't too strong, the flavor is plentiful, and the fat is floating and chewy, yet it's easy to eat.This may seem like a contradiction in terms, but these ingredients work together wonderfully in the bowl. Masu. Thailand with a substitute ball...

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