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Fujisaki Description

Fujisaki is a charming restaurant located in Kameido, Tokyo, specializing in delicious ramen. With a rating of 3.71 out of 5 stars and 288 reviews, this establishment has become a favorite among locals and visitors alike. The restaurant offers a cozy and inviting atmosphere, perfect for enjoying a satisfying bowl of ramen.

What sets Fujisaki apart from other ramen shops is their dedication to using high-quality ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. Each bowl of ramen is carefully crafted to perfection, with a rich and flavorful broth that is simmered for hours to extract the most exquisite flavors. The noodles are cooked to a perfect al dente texture, and the toppings are fresh and thoughtfully chosen.

One of the standout menu items at Fujisaki is their signature Tonkotsu Ramen. This dish features a creamy and savory pork bone broth, topped with tender slices of chashu (braised pork), marinated bamboo shoots, and a perfectly cooked soft-boiled egg. The combination of flavors and textures in this dish is truly exceptional.

Whether you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking for a delicious and satisfying meal, Fujisaki is a must-visit restaurant in Tokyo. Their dedication to quality and their commitment to traditional ramen-making techniques make this dining experience truly memorable. So, head over to Fujisaki and indulge in a bowl of their delectable ramen – your taste buds will thank you!

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Fujisaki Overview


2-chōme-8-11 Kameido, Koto City, Tokyo 136-0071


10 minute walk from Kameido Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:15PM
Mon: 11:30AM-2:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:15PM
Thur: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:15PM
Fri: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:15PM
Sat: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:15PM

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Fujisaki Reviews

Fujisaki Google Average Rating



Restaurant ambiance is nice and elegant. Service is quite fast and portion is relatively acceptable. Owners were 2 kind young men. Noodle is soft and tasty, meat balls are also tasty and strength the aroma and saltiness. However, based on what they offer, price is still quite high compare to other restaurants. Chicken slice was a bit raw and soup was not perfect. Overall, it wasn’t something I’d seek to visit regularly, but the experience was satisfying.


One of my favorite!


Menfujisaki, a popular ramen restaurant in Kameido, is located about 200 meters from the Kameido Tenjin entrance intersection on Kuramaebashi Street towards Koiwa. It is a 10 minute walk from Kameido Station.

I arrived about 10 minutes after the store opened at 11:30 on weekdays, but the store, which only has counter seats, was already full and there were three customers waiting for a seat. As expected, it's a popular store.

Made with carefully selected homemade noodles. There is a noodle making room to the left of the entrance. Ticket vending machine installed on the opposite side. This time I chose "Wonton Char Siu Soy Sauce Ramen". The price is set at a bullish 1,800 yen.

I was able to be seated in about 15 minutes after purchasing a meal ticket, but normally it would have taken about 5 minutes. Only two staff members are cooking, serving bowls, and setting up seats (with disinfection), so the turnover may be a little slow.

The bowl arrives 9 minutes after being seated. My ``Wonton Char Siu Soy Sauce Ramen'' was cooked after the three people waiting in front of me, who were seated at the same time as me, finished their orders, so I had to wait a little while, but the owner-like person told me, ``Now... "We're making it. We'll keep you waiting," he said with concern. The owner behind the counter carefully wiped the inside of the bowl and placed it on the top shelf of the counter.

A bowl where you can feel the careful workmanship. As the name suggests, wontons and pork fillet cover the homemade noodles. The char siu seems to have been cooked at a low temperature, but it looks like it has been cooked relatively well. Two mitsuba leaves. There are no other ingredients, and the composition is simple. The soup is a relatively bright raccoon color. A thin layer of what appears to be chicken oil is spreading.

When you eat it, you'll notice a sharp soy sauce flavor supported by plenty of umami. The sweetness is modest and the original taste of soy sauce stands out. It was delicious. I found my favorite ramen shop again.

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