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Japanese: Ramen

Hasebe Description

Hasebe is a charming restaurant located in the bustling neighborhood of Gotanda in Tokyo. Specializing in the popular Japanese dish of ramen, Hasebe offers a unique twist on this classic comfort food.

What sets Hasebe apart from other ramen establishments is their signature dish, the 'Shina Soba.' This mouthwatering creation is a flavorful blend of rich broth, tender noodles, and a variety of toppings that come together to create a truly unforgettable dining experience. The Shina Soba is a must-try for any ramen enthusiast looking to embark on a culinary adventure.

In addition to their exceptional ramen, Hasebe also boasts a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance that is perfect for enjoying a delicious meal with friends or family. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to indulge in some authentic Japanese cuisine, Hasebe is the place to be.

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Hasebe Overview


1-chōme-18-14 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa City, Tokyo 141-0022


+81 (0) 3-3449-4091

Nearby Stations

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Gotanda Station

Asakusa LineToei Subway Asakusa Line
Yamanote LineJR East Yamanote Line

Operating Hours

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

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Hasebe Reviews

Hasebe Google Average Rating



Delicious ramen, great shop atmosphere. The noodles are tohoku style and very good.


Simple but good soy sauce based ramen.


Wonton Char Siu Men Large size free 1300 yen

Clear soup, light, and although it says it has a little bit of bonito in it, it has a lot of sweet and umami flavor like kelp.
Noodles: Sano Ramen noodles, slightly flat, medium thick, curly, chewy and glossy
Char siu (Kagoshima pork) is written on the outside menu. Thin and large. Not the type that melts in your mouth, but the type with a firm texture.
Wonton. It's smooth and long. I don't know how far one piece is so I can't grasp it lol

Simple yet classic ramen. It's easy to eat and the food progresses.
Free large serving or rice at lunch time.
The store is clean and the beautiful glass doors allow you to see people entering. I feel like I'm running a shop fairly and squarely.
Classic, no frills and delicious. Royal road.

Is the bill only in cash? I wish that would change.

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