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Japanese: Ramen

Teuchi Ren Description

Teuchi Ren is a charming restaurant located in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in the art of handcrafted ramen. This hidden gem is nestled near Morishita Station, making it easily accessible for locals and tourists alike. What sets Teuchi Ren apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to preserving the traditional techniques of ramen-making.

As you step into Teuchi Ren, you'll be greeted by a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance. The restaurant's commitment to authenticity is evident in every aspect, from the traditional decor to the meticulous attention to detail in their dishes.

The menu at Teuchi Ren showcases a variety of mouthwatering ramen options, each crafted with care and precision. One of their standout dishes is the signature Teuchi Ramen, featuring hand-pulled noodles cooked to perfection and served in a rich and flavorful broth. The toppings are thoughtfully chosen to complement the dish, creating a harmonious blend of textures and flavors.

For those seeking a unique culinary experience, Teuchi Ren is the perfect destination. With its dedication to preserving the art of handcrafted ramen and its inviting atmosphere, this restaurant is a must-visit for any food lover. So, if you find yourself in Tokyo, be sure to embark on a culinary journey at Teuchi Ren and indulge in the exquisite flavors of their handcrafted ramen.

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Teuchi Ren Overview


3-chōme-16-2 Chitose, Sumida City, Tokyo 130-0025


6 minute walk from Morishita Station (Exit 1) on the Toei Oedo Line. 8 minute walk from Ryogoku Station (Exit A3) on the JR Sobu Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-8:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-8:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-8:00PM
Fri: Closed
Sat: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-8:00PM

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Teuchi Ren Reviews

Teuchi Ren Google Average Rating



A ramen shop that has been a hot topic ever since it opened in December 2022.
I came to Teuchi Ren!
Tabelog 3.80 TOP5000 🍜
8 minutes walk from Ryogoku Station
It is a 6 minute walk from Morishita Station. I went by car that day, and there were several coin parking lots in front of the bridge and on this side, so I don't think it would be a problem.
I arrived at the store at 10:30 on a weekday, an hour before it opened, and was the 4th person in line. There were 4 waiting chairs in front of the store, so I was able to sit on the last chair and wait ☺️
There were about 10 people in line at 11:00, and about 30 people by the time it opened!
A kind-looking mother showed us around, so when the store opened, we took turns purchasing meal tickets and handing them over when we were seated. There were only 7 seats at the counter where you could sit while looking at the blackboard on the wall, and 3 chairs waiting inside.
Again, according to the rule on the top left
Sera noodles with all soy sauce 1430 yen
I ordered char siu rice for 300 yen.
About 10 minutes later, the chashu rice arrived first, and the ramen arrived shortly after. As it says on the blackboard, the amount of noodles is 160 grams, and the mix of wheat, type, and water content vary depending on the day. On the day I ate it, there were three types of wheat with a hydration rate of 43.7%.
First of all, I was impressed by how delicious the soup was! The texture of the homemade curly noodles is amazing, and the char siu has a roasted aroma that whets your appetite and tastes great! The shrimp wonton also had less bean paste and a larger skin, but it was a great bowl of shrimp that lived up to its reputation and was delicious🍜
Of course I finished the soup.
The vinegar on the table with the kelp soaked in it was also exquisite.
It seems like all the toppings and shrimp wontons are sold out at lunchtime, so if you're here and want to try all the toppings, you might not be able to eat them at night!

This place was delicious at 3150
Thank you for the meal 🍜


Arrived at 10:40 on Sunday, December 2023.

There are parking lots nearby.

I was connected to 12 people waiting outside 50 minutes before the store opened.

I'm glad that there are seats for up to 5 people while waiting outside.

There were about 30 people in line when the store opened.

There are 7 seats at the counter and 3 seats waiting inside, and after that you have to wait outside.

You don't have to worry because your mother will guide you.

At 11:55, I waited inside, bought a meal ticket, and waited again.

Sera noodles with all soy sauce (1430 yen)
Char siu rice (300 yen)
I bought it.

I was able to sit at the counter seat at 12:05.

The whole process is handled by the owner, and the mother is in charge of serving the food, so it takes a little time.

All the toppings and chashu are available in limited quantity both during the day and at night, so you'll need to arrive early (see photo of ticket vending machine).

The noodles are handmade with a blend of 3 types of dried sardines, Rishiri kelp, etc., and 7 types of soy sauce, and 3 types of wheat are also blended, and they go perfectly with the soup.

The char siew was perfectly delicious, with a sauce made from 9 different soy sauces and seared just before serving.

The chashu rice was also diced and grilled, and the small amount of mayonnaise added a nice accent and was very delicious.

Although the turnover rate inevitably decreases due to the boiling time of the noodles, it was more than delicious.

The customer service of the owner and his mother was excellent, and I already had a feeling that this was a famous restaurant.

It seems like it takes a lot of work to prepare the handmade noodles, soup, and char siu, but I hope they stay open for a long time and take care of their health.

Thank you for the meal~(´∀`*)


“Look at these plump noodles! (Hand-made, hand-cut, hand-kneaded)

This is my first visit to ``Teuchi Ren,'' which has quickly become a popular restaurant since it opened a year ago.

The location of the store is about a 10 minute walk from Ryogoku Station.
When we arrived at 12:30 on a weekday, there were 13 people waiting: 10 people waiting outside and 3 people waiting inside. It took about 50 minutes from the time we started lining up until the bowl arrived.

The store's mother is in charge of the hall, and her son is the creator, and the customer service is warm. The standard seems to be soy sauce, but I purposely use salt.

"Salted Char Siu Noodles @ 1,230 yen"

It looks like a light amber color, and at first glance it looks like soy sauce ramen. A generous layer of oil will cover the surface of the soup. According to previous information, the soup is made with chicken stock, shiitake mushrooms, and seafood such as kelp and shellfish.

The flavor of the various ingredients is layered together to create a thick yet gentle soup. Apparently they also use dried sardines, but I didn't notice it when I drank the soup.

Homemade thick noodles that are extremely springy and chewy. The wheat used is a blend of ``Mochihime'' from Iwate Prefecture and ``Waka'' from Hokkaido. They are very particular about hand-cutting, hand-cutting, and hand-rolling, and the shop only uses products that have been cut within 10 hours. The amount of effort put into it is humbling.

The water content is high and the random thickness makes it more pleasant to slurp. It goes well with the soup and is very delicious. This noodle alone will make you want to eat it again.

Char siu (pork shoulder loin/broiled pork belly), menma, seaweed, naruto, spinach, chopped green onion

The char siu is a boiled pork type that is soft and soaks up the sauce well. If you make char siu noodles, you can fit up to 6 thick pieces, so it's very satisfying to eat.

It was truly a delicious and memorable drink.
Thank you for the meal this time.

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