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Japanese: Ramen

Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū

Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū Description

Located in Tokyo, Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū is a renowned restaurant that specializes in creative ramen dishes. Recognized as one of the top 100 ramen shops in Tokyo, it has gained a reputation for its exceptional culinary creations and unique flavors. With a rating of 3.90 out of 5 stars and over 1,700 reviews on Tabelog, it is clear that this restaurant is a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

What sets Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū apart from other ramen establishments is its innovative approach to traditional ramen. The chefs here have mastered the art of combining different ingredients and flavors to create a harmonious and unforgettable dining experience. One of their signature dishes is the Tantanmen, a spicy ramen dish with a rich and creamy broth. The balance of heat and umami flavors in this dish is truly remarkable.

The restaurant itself has a cozy and inviting atmosphere, with a modern and minimalist decor. The open kitchen allows diners to witness the skill and precision that goes into each bowl of ramen. Whether you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking to try something new, Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū is a must-visit destination for a truly unique and memorable dining experience.

Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū Overview

Address

1F Sky Minami-otsuka 2-chome-3444 Minamiōtsuka, Toshima City, Tokyo 170-0005

Phone

+81 (0) 3-6304-1811

Access

5 minute walk from Shin-Otsuka Station (Marunouchi Line) Exit North, Tokyo Metro
6 minute walk from Otsuka Station (Yamanote Line) Exit South, JR
3 minutes walk from Shin-Otsuka Station.

Operating Hours

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

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Stylish Interior

Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū Reviews

Sōsakumen Kōbō Nakiryū Google Average Rating

4.3

5

Google
First off. It opens at 11. We made the mistake of arriving at 11. We were not seated until 1:15. So we (3 people) waited for 2 hours to be seated. That being said, there is only 11 places for seating inside. Once you make the line and are able to order it’s best to know what you want beforehand. Just google and YouTube suggestions. There aren’t many options but when you are being rushed a little to order you can get confused.
Once seated the appetizers, if you ordered any, come out first. We ordered chicken gyoza and they were outstanding, I wished we ordered 2 orders - only 3 pieces come out. I tried the tantan ramen, one of had the soy ramen and the other has the spicy one. They are each good for their own reasons. Tantan is rich and creamier, the soy was more mild on all flavors and a very “clear” broth, the spicy was just that, spicy but not as creamy as the tantan. All were very very good.

5

Google
My favorite ramen in all Japan. I’ve tried another Michelin Star ramen in Tokyo, but it wasn’t as good as Nakiryu. Most ramens I’ve had in Japan were salty, but only Nakiryu passed my sodium tolerance limit. A long wait is typical, but it’s well worth it. Wear warm clothes and shoes when it’s cold outside. I also like that they have other options other than ramen on their menu, but it’s also the very reason the line staggers and for causing the slow turnaround. I’ll return every time I’m back in Tokyo.

5

Google
The ramen is absolutely amazing. Started queueing at 11am and only reach our turn around 2pm++. The broth is really nice and wanton is a must order! Definitely worth the wait. But do check their twitter(X) account before going there as they may close suddenly.

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