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Japanese: Ramen

Hakaiteki Innovation Description

Hakaiteki Innovation is a unique and innovative restaurant located in Tokyo, Japan. Specializing in ramen and oil-based noodles, this dining establishment offers a one-of-a-kind culinary experience that sets it apart from other restaurants in the area.

The menu at Hakaiteki Innovation features a variety of mouthwatering dishes that will satisfy any noodle lover's cravings. From traditional ramen to flavorful oil-based noodles, each dish is carefully crafted using the finest ingredients and expert techniques. The restaurant takes pride in its commitment to quality and authenticity, ensuring that every bite is a true delight.

In addition to its delectable cuisine, Hakaiteki Innovation also boasts a stylish and modern decor that creates a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for diners. The attention to detail in the restaurant's design reflects the same level of care and precision that goes into each dish, making it a truly immersive dining experience.

Whether you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking to try something new, Hakaiteki Innovation is the perfect destination for a memorable meal. With its innovative approach to Japanese cuisine and dedication to culinary excellence, this restaurant is sure to leave a lasting impression on your taste buds.

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Hakaiteki Innovation Overview


1f Sone Building, 1-chōme-3-10 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 169-0075


5 minute walk from Nishi-Waseda Station Exit 1, Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line.
7 minute walk from Takadanobaba Station Exit 7, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.
10 minute walk from Takadanobaba Station Waseda Exit, JR Yamanote Line.

Operating Hours

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

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Hakaiteki Innovation Reviews

Hakaiteki Innovation Google Average Rating



This is about a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Nishi-Waseda Station.
It was originally closed on Sundays, but now it's closed on Mondays, making it easier for office workers to visit. ?
The main dish is dried sardines and I've been addicted to the ramen after eating it several times, but this time I visited at around 12:00 noon as I was told that miso would be served at X.
As expected, there were probably other miso lovers as well, with 5 groups waiting in front of the store and the 8-seat restaurant fully occupied.
Limited edition is weak, isn't it? When I finally ordered it, I was torn between the limited edition miso and the rich dried sardines, but here I pushed the limited edition and the aedama.
Looking at Twitter, I noticed that the owner of the shop is quite unique, and he organizes the queue well, so if there is a group of two people in front of you and only one seat is available, you will be called out to the person in front of you, and then you will be seated first. The customer service and attendance was not particularly bothersome, perhaps because they had experience at a popular restaurant, such as when someone came to see me.
Unlike the rich dried sardines, the limited edition miso [destructive miso] uses flat noodles, which I personally found to be a masterpiece.
I finished the dressing and left the restaurant.
Thank you for opening on Sunday.
I'll visit you again.
Search for [@party._people._].


○ Rich dried sardine ramen with the highest viscosity!

This time, we had the limited edition rich squid dried sardines and meat rice I.
When the ramen arrived, there was already a slight film on it, and the viscosity was so thick that it could be said to be past mushy and sticky. The soup is also pitch black and quite impressiveΣ(゜゜)

As you can see, the taste is very rich and has a unique taste that is perfect for connoisseurs. However, despite such a strong flavor, it doesn't feel greasy, and you can feel the deliciousness without being overpowering. The ramen had green perilla on it, which is rare, so maybe that's why it tasted so refreshing? 🤔

Meat rice I is thick cubes of pork topped with mayonnaise, seared on a burner, and sprinkled with fried garlic. It takes a lot of time and effort, but of course it's extremely delicious🤤
The portions of ramen are small, so we recommend ordering a set of marinated balls or meat rice.

At ᙭ (formerly known as Twitter), I was a bit nervous when I entered the store as the behavior was quite rough, but the staff seemed familiar and smooth, and most of all, they were extremely polite. Even if you want to go but are afraid, it's okay to go 😂


I received the rich pork and dried sardines ramen for 1,250 yen and the marinated egg for 250 yen.

The flavor of the dried sardines base mixes well with the thin noodles and is delicious. It's not harsh.
However, I honestly thought it was delicious with a well-balanced taste.
Two types of pork and chicken. I regret that there was a lot of deliciousness.

At 250 yen, it's a little more expensive than regular kaedama, but I'll give it a try.
A dollop of noodles is mixed with soup and served with meat and chopped onions. This is rather cheap, it's a good deal.
Moreover, the taste has changed a bit and it is still delicious. The taste was changed with the vinegar in which the squid was pickled, but it was completely eaten. It's Gottsuan. Belly bread. satisfaction.

It was quite crowded even though it was almost the end of business hours.
Thank you for the treat.

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