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Japanese: Ramen

Noodle Bolwz'n'boyz Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Asakusabashi in Tokyo, Noodle Bowlz'n'Boyz is a hidden gem for ramen lovers. This cozy restaurant specializes in serving authentic Japanese ramen, with a twist. What sets Noodle Bowlz'n'Boyz apart from other dining establishments is their unique fusion of flavors and their commitment to using only the freshest ingredients.

Step inside and you'll be greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere, with traditional Japanese decor and a bustling open kitchen. The menu at Noodle Bowlz'n'Boyz offers a variety of ramen options, from classic tonkotsu to spicy miso. Each bowl is carefully crafted with a rich and flavorful broth, perfectly cooked noodles, and a generous serving of toppings. Don't miss their signature dish, the Tantanmen, a spicy sesame-based ramen that will leave you craving for more.

Whether you're a ramen aficionado or just looking for a delicious and satisfying meal, Noodle Bowlz'n'Boyz is the place to be. With their dedication to quality and their innovative approach to ramen, this restaurant is a must-visit for anyone seeking an unforgettable dining experience in Tokyo. So, why not embark on a culinary adventure and indulge in the flavors of Japan at Noodle Bowlz'n'Boyz?

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Noodle Bolwz'n'boyz Overview


1-chōme-33-5 Asakusabashi, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0053


+81 (0) 3-6822-7970


3 minute walk from Asakusabashi Station (West Exit) on the JR Sobu Line.
3 minute walk from Asakusabashi Station (Exit A4) on the Toei Asakusa Line.
152 minute walk from Asakusabashi Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Noodle Bolwz'n'boyz Reviews

Noodle Bolwz'n'boyz Google Average Rating



The spicy ramen was amazing and the people working there was lovely!


The best. Too delicious. The noodles and soup go perfectly together.

This store is located in Asakusabashi, and recently a famous store moved nearby, making it quite a competitive area.

Almost full on a weekend afternoon.
I wonder if it's more crowded on weekdays?

I came here because I saw a post by X, so I ordered the flavored egg topping for a limited time. The limited edition is something like black soy sauce.
I feel like eating something salty.

I think the difference from the default soy sauce is simply the difference in soy sauce. It's probably black because it uses a reservoir.

The soup is said to be made with dried sardines, kelp, bonito flakes, and shiitake mushrooms, but it's deep and delicious without feeling lacking. There is no one thing that stands out, and it is harmonious. Umami is probably the lingering aftertaste that lingers for a while after leaving the restaurant.

What surprised me the most was how delicious the noodles were.
I'm not particular about whether I like thin noodles or thick noodles, but I thought the noodles here went well with the insane soup.
Sometimes there are restaurants that are very particular about making hand-rolled noodles, but I was surprised at how well the noodles and soup went well with each other.

The chashu topping is also delicious. The flavored egg was a little hard boiled and I didn't like it.

It's not that close so I can't come often, but I would like to go again. I think this restaurant is loved by the locals, as there are a lot of female customers looking for simple fresh water and soy sauce ramen.


Visited after a long time.
Noodle Bozu nbo is a few minutes walk from Asakusabashi Station.
Unfortunately, I visited near closing time on this day.
Even so, more than half of the customers were in the store, indicating that it remains as popular as ever.

On this day, I ordered noodles without soup.
The chewy noodles intertwine with the thick, thick sauce, making it very satisfying to eat.
It was my first time to have soupless noodles here, and they were delicious.
The flavor of the chashu also changed when it was made with noodles without soup.
I think I'll be spoiled for choice next time I come.

Thank you for the meal!

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