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Nanahasu Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Kanda in Tokyo, Nanahasu is a hidden gem that specializes in delicious and authentic Japanese cuisine. This charming restaurant is known for its mouthwatering soba noodles and tantalizing tsukemen dishes. With a cozy and inviting atmosphere, Nanahasu provides the perfect setting for a memorable dining experience.

What sets Nanahasu apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. The chefs at Nanahasu take great pride in their craft, meticulously preparing each dish with precision and care. Whether you're a fan of traditional ramen or prefer the rich and flavorful tsukemen, Nanahasu has something to satisfy every palate.

One of the standout menu items at Nanahasu is their signature soba noodles. Made from scratch using a traditional recipe, these noodles are cooked to perfection and served with a variety of toppings and dipping sauces. The tsukemen, on the other hand, features thick and chewy noodles that are dipped into a rich and savory broth, creating a burst of flavors with every bite.

In addition to their delectable noodle dishes, Nanahasu also offers a range of other Japanese specialties, including appetizers, rice bowls, and desserts. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or just looking to explore the world of Japanese cuisine, Nanahasu is a must-visit destination for an unforgettable dining experience.

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Nanahasu Overview


1-chōme-7-1 Kajichō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0044


2 minute walk from Kanda Station

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: Closed

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Nanahasu Google Average Rating



Just amazing. Soup tastes so sophisticated and has unique flavor. Perfect match with the noodles. You must try.


Not too strong but clean tasty.


It is located 2-3 minutes from the JR Kanda south exit ticket gate. It's in an alley, but if you don't turn in the wrong place, you can easily find it. The appearance is bar-like, so at first glance you wouldn't recognize it as a ramen restaurant. Purchase style at the food ticket machine at the entrance. Only 8 seats at the counter. Since it was my first visit, I wanted to go with the chicken soba, but I didn't want to eat the flat, curly tsukemen noodles, so I ordered the special tsukesoba salt for 1,350 yen.
The tsukemen comes with two sheets of nori, a seasoned egg, menma, roasted pork fillet, and mitsuba leaves, and as I had previously researched, the noodles are flat and curly, making them very filling. The dipping sauce has a sour taste and is a little oily, but it's plentiful, and it dunks the noodles well, making it delicious with lots of toppings. The ingredients are shiitake mushrooms, green onions, sesame seeds, and gorocha. It mixed well with the flat curly noodles and was delicious.

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