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Magogorochubou Description

Magogorochubou, located in Tokyo, is a hidden gem for ramen and tsukemen lovers. This cozy restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its warm and inviting atmosphere. As you step inside, you'll be greeted by the aroma of simmering broth and the sound of sizzling noodles.

What sets Magogorochubou apart from other ramen joints is their dedication to using only the freshest ingredients. Their ramen is made from scratch daily, ensuring that each bowl is packed with flavor. The rich and savory broth is simmered for hours, resulting in a depth of taste that will leave you craving for more.

One of the standout dishes at Magogorochubou is their signature tsukemen. This dish features thick, chewy noodles served separately from a concentrated dipping broth. The broth is intensely flavorful, allowing you to control the amount of flavor you want with each bite. Dip the noodles into the broth and savor the combination of textures and flavors.

Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking for a delicious and satisfying meal, Magogorochubou is a must-visit. Their dedication to quality and their unique take on ramen and tsukemen make this restaurant a standout in the Tokyo dining scene. So, if you're in the mood for a comforting bowl of noodles, head over to Magogorochubou and indulge in their mouthwatering creations.

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Magogorochubou Overview


1-chōme-25-6 Tōyō, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0016


+81 (0) 3-3615-2347


5 minute walk from Kiba Station, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Exit 1.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:45PM-8:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:45PM-8:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:45PM-8:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:45PM-8:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:45PM-8:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:45PM-8:00PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Magogorochubou Reviews

Magogorochubou Google Average Rating



Go to ``◯Shinchuubou'', which is about a 5-minute walk from Exit 1 of Kiba Station in Koto Ward!

The store name is pronounced ``Magokoro Chubo.''

This restaurant is popular for its rich salt ramen! That's why I ordered the "Special Rich Salt Ramen"! !

When we arrived, we first had a sip of soup.
It has a rich salty taste similar to potage with floating back fat, and is delicious with the flavors of kelp and dried sardines.
I look forward to the next noodle too☆

By the way, the salt they use is 100% natural salt from the Oku-Noto salt field method, so it has no salty taste or thorns, and goes perfectly with the noodles!

The noodles were specially made by Asakusa Kaikaro, and were a little thick and slightly curly, with a chewy texture that went well with the soup and was very delicious!
As expected from the long-established Asakusa Kaikaro☆

By the way, the special toppings include 3 slices of chashu, Chinese cabbage, menma, green onions, and seaweed.

The price is 1,020 yen for the ``special dark mature salt ramen'' that I received this time, and there are also dark mature salt tsukemen available, so you can choose according to your preference!

There is a popular ramen shop nearby, but I think I'll be going back to ◯Shinkuibou's special rich salt ramen as the wait time isn't that long.
Next time will be rich salted tsukemen ☆

Thank you for the meal☆


When I went to eat for the first time, I mistakenly thought that I wasn't allowed to take pictures, so I didn't.
I really wanted to take a photo of it, so I received the same one two days in a row.

Salt ramen + meat rice

I'm a kid who likes pork bones and rarely eats salt, but it was very delicious.

The noodles are Kaikarou, the same as my favorite Uguisudani Nagayama.
It has a good elasticity and goes well with soup.

The staff's customer service is courteous and makes you feel happy while eating.

It was a very good restaurant, both in taste and atmosphere.

I occasionally come to the Toyocho site for work, so I'm sure I'll visit again.

Thank you for the meal.


I stopped by for a meal before my night shift on a weekday.
Salt ramen 780 yen + large bowl of noodles 100 yen

The thick noodles are soaked in a rich soup that is hard to believe is salt ramen, and although it looks thick, the soup is surprisingly light and blends well with the noodles, so much so that by the time you finish eating, the soup is gone.
It was delicious. Thank you for the meal😋

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