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Japanese: Ramen

Mensho Tokyo

Mensho Tokyo Overview


1-chōme-15-9 Kasuga, Bunkyo City, Tokyo 112-0003


+81 (0) 3-3830-0842


1 minute walk from Korakuen Station Exit 6
1 minute walk from Kasuga Station Exit 6

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Mensho Tokyo Description

Located in Tokyo, MENSHO TOKYO is a renowned restaurant that offers a unique and innovative take on ramen. Founded by ramen creator Tomohiro Shono, this establishment has gained recognition for its award-winning 'Double Soup' made from a combination of lamb and pork bones. The rich and flavorful broth is simmered for two days, resulting in a tantalizing aroma and a creamy texture that perfectly complements the homemade noodles.

MENSHO TOKYO takes pride in its commitment to using only the freshest ingredients and making their own noodles in-house. The menu features a variety of ramen and tsukemen (dipping noodles) options, each showcasing the harmonious blend of flavors in the signature broth. Whether you prefer the classic ramen or the unique tsukemen, every bowl is a culinary masterpiece that is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

The restaurant's interior is sleek and modern, creating a comfortable and inviting atmosphere for diners. With its attention to detail and dedication to quality, MENSHO TOKYO sets itself apart from other ramen establishments. If you're looking for a truly exceptional ramen experience in Tokyo, MENSHO TOKYO is the place to be.

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available



Stylish Interior

Mensho Tokyo Reviews

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Very tasty ramen. Soup made of lamb-pork bone, dried fish is extraordinary. It's smell so good. The soup is thick and creamy. The restaurant is quite small with limited space. Pre-order on the machine at the front door is required. The ramen are quickly served. The price is reasonable.
Ramen-lover needs to try this one.


Their specialty does not disappoint! I ordered the Lamb Niboshi Ramen. Soup was thick but not so much...and the strong niboshi notes combined with the lamb meat was definitely unique. Surprisingly, no gaminess or a gamey smell too. Noodle texture was good and Al dente.


This was a pleasant surprise! Definitely one of the most unique bowls from the Mensho group. This lamb tsukemen ended up to be one of my most memorable tsukemen for sure. They mask the wild flavor of the lamb using cumin and cardamon, which ended up giving the broth a curry profile. However, it might not be for you if you aren't fond of curry.


Translated from Japanese:

I went to MENSHO TOKYO, a homemade noodle restaurant that serves ramen using lamb bones! This time, I ordered the lamb soy sauce tsukemen set! Homemade noodles and a few...


Translated from Japanese:

The noodles, soup, and meat were all very delicious. I added a flavored egg (150 yen) to the topping. I was grateful that there was a basket to put my luggage in. I added vinegar to change the taste, but it was refreshing and delicious. Next up is Toppin...


Translated from Japanese:

I had the “Lamb Tonkotsu Ramen”! I've eaten a lot of tonkotsu ramen, but this is a new sensation! The soup was great, allowing you to enjoy the delicious aromas of both pork bone and lamb. The soup is delicious with the firm noodles...

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