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Japanese: Ramen


Shuurai Description

Shuurai, located in Tokyo's Hamamatsucho neighborhood, is a hidden gem for ramen enthusiasts. This cozy and inviting restaurant offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area. The menu at Shuurai focuses solely on ramen, allowing the chefs to masterfully craft each bowl to perfection.

The star of the show at Shuurai is their rich and flavorful ramen broth. Made from a secret recipe that has been passed down through generations, the broth is simmered for hours to unlock its full depth of flavor. Whether you prefer a classic tonkotsu broth or a spicy miso base, Shuurai has a variety of options to satisfy every palate.

In addition to their exceptional broth, Shuurai also offers a wide selection of toppings and noodles to customize your ramen experience. From tender slices of chashu pork to perfectly cooked ajitama eggs, each ingredient is carefully chosen to enhance the overall flavor profile of the dish. The noodles at Shuurai are made in-house daily, ensuring a fresh and authentic taste with every bite.

The restaurant itself is tastefully decorated, with warm lighting and traditional Japanese accents creating a cozy and intimate atmosphere. Whether you're dining alone or with a group of friends, Shuurai provides a welcoming space to enjoy a delicious bowl of ramen.

If you're a ramen lover looking for an authentic and memorable dining experience, Shuurai is the place to be. With their dedication to quality ingredients, expertly crafted broths, and cozy ambiance, this restaurant is a must-visit for anyone seeking the best ramen in Tokyo.

Shuurai Overview


Daimon Urbanist, 2-chōme-3-6 Shibadaimon, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0012


+81 (0) 3-5472-0178


5 minute walk from Hamamatsucho Station (JR Line)
1 minute walk from Daimon Station (Toei Asakusa Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Sat: Closed

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Shuurai Reviews

Shuurai Google Average Rating



Delicious Ramen with hand made noodles. Not so common!


Shurai is a long-established ramen restaurant located in Shiba Daimon 2-chome Daimon Urbanist, a 3-minute walk from Daimon Station on the Toei Asakusa Line.
While waiting in line, I verbally ordered ``Handmade Char Siu Noodles'' for 940 yen and waited for a while.
"Hand-made char siu noodles"
Inside the ramen bowl filled with plenty of brown soup, six slices of chashu pork are arranged like flower petals, green onions, and menma under the chashu.It looks delicious.
The noodles are extra thick curly noodles with a high water content that have a chewy texture that melts in your mouth, giving a texture that those who like thick curly noodles won't be able to resist.
The soup is a seafood-based soup with a hint of ginger and a refreshing soy sauce soup, with a gentle Showa-style seasoning that is quite delicious 😋
The thick char siu is meaty and chewy, and this one is also delicious 😋
If I didn't have a blood test coming up, I would have had a large bowl of noodles.
Next time I'll try the large serving of chashu wonton.
It was a feast.


Last time I had hiyashi chuka here...I can feel the change of seasons🍂

It's been a while since I've had hand-made char siu men 🍜

The food is served efficiently and the customers keep coming back, but the rotation is good and you don't have to wait that long.

The chashu noodles are served as soon as you sit at the counter, and the amount of chashu is amazing🤗

I've been eating only char siu noodles, and lately I've noticed that the char siu noodles at many restaurants are getting smaller...

The price needle, which had been stationary for 30 years, has suddenly started moving and is having an impact on various shops.

The amount of meat at this restaurant is so worrying that I am so grateful for that☺️

However, the main characters of Yabari's restaurant are the refreshing soup with a great balance of dashi and kaeshi, and the extra-thick curly noodles, which are extremely delicious today as well! ️🤤

When it gets a little colder, I would like to try hand-made sanmamen✨😆

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