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Nameless Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Kanda, Tokyo, Nameless is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. Specializing in ramen and tsukemen, this restaurant stands out from the crowd with its exceptional flavors and inviting atmosphere.

Step into Nameless and you'll be greeted by a cozy and intimate setting, with traditional Japanese decor and warm lighting. The aroma of simmering broth fills the air, enticing your taste buds and preparing you for a culinary adventure.

The menu at Nameless features a variety of mouthwatering options, but their signature dishes are the ramen and tsukemen. The ramen is a bowl of steaming hot noodles in a rich and flavorful broth, topped with tender slices of pork, green onions, and a perfectly cooked egg. For those who prefer a thicker broth, the tsukemen is a must-try. This dish consists of cold noodles served separately from a concentrated dipping broth, allowing you to savor the flavors in each bite.

What sets Nameless apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to quality and attention to detail. The chefs at Nameless take pride in using only the freshest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques to create their delectable dishes. Each bowl of ramen or tsukemen is carefully crafted to perfection, ensuring a memorable dining experience for every customer.

Whether you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking to indulge in authentic Japanese cuisine, Nameless is the place to be. With its inviting ambiance, exceptional flavors, and dedication to quality, this restaurant is a true hidden gem in the heart of Tokyo.

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Nameless Overview


49-8 Kanda Higashimatsushitachō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0042


+81 (0) 3-3255-8595


3 minute walk from Iwamotocho Station (Exit A1)
4 minute walk from Kanda Station (North Exit)

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-9:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-9:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-9:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-9:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-9:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-9:00PM

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Nameless Reviews

Nameless Google Average Rating



This ramen shop's name is no name so they don't put any name at entrance. They have only 6 seats. They have only two options, one is soy sauce and another is salt & truffle. I had salt and truffle, which has thick noodle, pork chashu and lots of vegetables on that. Truffle flavor is not so strong. The soup is thick and chicken broth. Taste nice.


I was staying in the area and after trying Kikanbo, I decided to try another highly rated ramen on tabelog, Mumei. I got the chicken shio which is the most visually stunning with a topping of salad greens. The broth was thicker than I was expecting, with notes of a mirepoix. The noodles were also unorthodox, being flat and thick (more akin to a Chinese flat noodle or linguini) but tasty nevertheless as a vehicle for that sublime broth. What a unique and sublime bowl of ramen for 900¥. Didn't get to try the tsukemen but seems like most shops are offering tsukemen options these days.


It was fine arranged Salt ramen. Personally, I might have not want to repeat this

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