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Kiraku Description

Located in Tokyo, Kiraku is a hidden gem that specializes in Chinese-style noodles. This restaurant has been selected as one of the top 100 ramen shops in Tokyo for 2023 by the prestigious Tokyo Ramen Guide. With a rating of 3.77 out of 5 based on 3,219 reviews and saved by 99,799 people on Tabelog, Kiraku is a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

What sets Kiraku apart from other ramen shops is their dedication to quality and authenticity. The chefs at Kiraku have mastered the art of making flavorful and satisfying bowls of ramen. Their signature dish, the Kiraku Ramen, is a must-try. It features a rich and savory broth, perfectly cooked noodles, and tender slices of chashu pork. The combination of flavors and textures is simply divine.

In addition to their ramen, Kiraku also offers a variety of other Chinese dishes, such as gyoza and stir-fried noodles. The menu is extensive, ensuring that there is something for everyone. The restaurant itself has a cozy and welcoming atmosphere, making it the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal with friends or family.

If you're in Tokyo and craving authentic Chinese-style noodles, look no further than Kiraku. With their top-notch ramen and friendly service, this restaurant is sure to leave you satisfied and craving for more.

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Kiraku Overview


2-chōme-17-6 Dōgenzaka, Shibuya Ward, Tokyo 150-0043


+81 (0) 3-3461-2032


7 minute walk from Kichijoji Station on the Keio Inokashira Line.
8 minute walk from Shibuya Station (Hachiko Exit) on the JR Yamanote Line.
4 minute walk from Tokyu Department Store Honten-mae Bus Stop on the Keio Bus Shibuya 61 Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-8:30PM
Mon: 11:30AM-8:30PM
Tue: 11:30AM-8:30PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:30AM-8:30PM
Fri: 11:30AM-8:30PM
Sat: 11:30AM-8:30PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available



Sake Selection

Kiraku Reviews

Kiraku Google Average Rating



Expect a queue of 5 - 6 people as they have only bar seats on the ground floor and shared table seating on the upper floor. I ordered the chashu noodle soup as it came highly recommended as an authentic old style noodle soup. The gyoza came first, crispy on the outside, meatball on the inside is moist and tender with a hint of herbs.

The noodle soup is delicious. It has the exact same “light soy sauce with lots of onions” taste as the Beach Road Prawn Mee noodle soup they serve in East Coast Road in Singapore (except prawns and pork ribs of course). Chashu was stiff, and slightly hard to chew which reminds me of toughness of pork ribs. Also they provide a mountain of beansprouts and noodles that are thicker than your average ramen. I couldn’t finish the noodles and beansprouts so I left in a hurry (they were good and fresh just that I’m a small eater 😅)


Perfect local location for Ramen. I don't usually tolerate Japanese Ramen very well, probably due to very high fat concentration. This version is lighter on the fat but has all the good stuff and flavors in it. Loved it!


Found this spot via a Travel and Leisure list of ramen spots in Tokyo. Kiraku is not too far from Shibuya Crossing. It’s really easy to miss as the only sign announcing the restaurant is the tiniest lettering on the awning. We were seated upstairs almost immediately but by the time we left there was a line. I counted about 15 seats in total so this is not really a place to come and dilly dally. Order your food (which is a hefty amount so come with an appetite), then eat and leave. This seems to be reinforced by the menu as the selection is limited (4-5 options). I got the wonton ramen and gyoza. Again, portions are large.

Ideal for parties of 2-3 people max—definitely leave the little ones as there is no place to squirm or support a high chair.

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