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Soranoiro Description

Located in Tokyo, Soranoiro is a unique and highly acclaimed restaurant that specializes in artisan noodles. Formerly known as SORANOIRO Honten, this establishment has been recognized as one of the top 100 ramen shops in Tokyo by both the Tokyo Ramen Guide and Tabelog. With a rating of 3.78 and over 1,700 reviews, it is clear that Soranoiro has captured the hearts and taste buds of many.

What sets Soranoiro apart from other ramen shops is their dedication to creating high-quality, handcrafted noodles. Their menu features a variety of noodle dishes, each made with precision and care. From their signature ramen bowls to their innovative seasonal creations, every dish at Soranoiro is a work of art. The restaurant's commitment to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients ensures that each bite is bursting with flavor.

In addition to their exceptional noodles, Soranoiro also offers a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The interior is tastefully decorated, with a modern yet rustic charm. Whether you're dining alone or with a group, the friendly and attentive staff will make you feel right at home.

If you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking for a memorable dining experience in Tokyo, Soranoiro is a must-visit. Prepare to indulge in a bowl of expertly crafted noodles that will leave you craving for more.

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Soranoiro Overview


1b Blue Building Main Building 1-chōme-3-10 Hirakawachō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 102-0093


+81 (0) 3-3263-5460


4 minute walk from Kojimachi Station Exit 1 on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.
4 minute walk from Hanzomon Station Exit 1 on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-3:20PM
Tue: 11:00AM-3:20PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:20PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:20PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:20PM
Sat: Closed

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Soranoiro Reviews

Soranoiro Google Average Rating



My hotel is pretty closeby, so this was a good lunch option for me. You make your selection at the machine outside and pay in order to get your ticket(s). Then go inside and hand over your ticket to the staff. It's only bar seating and space is limited, so it's easiest if you come here by yourself or as a couple. If you don't know Japanese, use Google Translate on the machine outside; it works well.

Although they are known to be able to cater to people with specific diet requirements, I am not one of those people. I just came here for the stuffed protein bowl with two wonton on top of all the meats. The ramen bowl was absolutely filled to the brim. The broth was tasty and light, to balance out all the protein in it. Only thing is that it was quite pricey (2000yen). But they do have cheaper options of course.


It was a great vegan ramen, light but filling. Ordered it from a vending machine, guys made it 10 min later fast and great - recommend


I ve been there for lunch quite a few times. The food is really good. Is really nice experience especially if you are not japanese to see the people cooking in front of you sience it s not something we are used to. Food is good. Prices ar fare. I recommend going there for lunch.

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