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Tsujita Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Tsujita is a renowned restaurant that specializes in the art of tsukemen, a type of ramen where the noodles are served separately from the broth. With its prime location near Kojimachi Station, Tsujita attracts both locals and tourists alike who are seeking an authentic and flavorful dining experience.

What sets Tsujita apart from other ramen establishments is its dedication to perfection. The chefs at Tsujita have mastered the art of creating rich and flavorful broths that perfectly complement the thick and chewy noodles. Each bowl of tsukemen is carefully crafted to ensure a harmonious balance of flavors, resulting in a truly satisfying meal.

One of the standout menu items at Tsujita is their signature Tsukemen Special, which features a generous portion of noodles served with a flavorful and aromatic broth. The noodles are cooked to perfection, with just the right amount of chewiness, and the broth is packed with umami flavors that will leave you craving for more. For those who prefer a spicier kick, the Spicy Tsukemen is a must-try, with its fiery broth and perfectly cooked noodles.

The restaurant itself exudes a cozy and inviting atmosphere, with its warm wooden decor and traditional Japanese elements. The attentive and friendly staff at Tsujita ensure that every customer feels welcomed and well taken care of, adding to the overall dining experience.

If you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking to indulge in a delicious and satisfying meal, Tsujita is the place to be. With its exceptional tsukemen offerings, dedication to quality, and inviting ambiance, Tsujita is a must-visit destination for any food lover in Tokyo.

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Tsujita Overview


Harada Building 1-chōme-4-11 Hirakawachō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 102-0093


+81 (0) 3-3556-5727


2 minute walk from Kojimachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line
5 minute walk from Hanzomon Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-10:00PM

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Tsujita Reviews

Tsujita Google Average Rating



What a find on day one of our Japanese adventure!!

Luckily no queue at first so after navigating the vending machine outside we were helped by a friendly employee who explained the menu to us, we had a joint pork and chicken ramen, it printed off to tickets which the employee took you the counter and sat us down , in a very short time we had two big bowls of absolutely delicious ramen in front of us!!

Would highly recommend, huge queue when we left.


Good ramen

The noodles were semi thick with a bite just the perfect noodles for ramen 10/10

Soup was smooth and rich but not too rich that it's overwhelming. Its also just right

The marinated egg was perfectly cooked with silky yolk still intact. The taste was OK but for my personal preference i would have loved it if it was seasoned more

Menma was okay and it compliments the richness of the soup

Then the nori was also a good touch

Charsui pork was good as well but I wished it had more

The down side is, it has very limited seating and if its lunch break specially in week days there is a long line even if you come as early as 11:30

I recommend comming here at night to avoid long lines
(If there is a line infront of a ramen shop it usually means its good ramen)

Over all it was okay


Tsujita is one of the best Ramen restaurants in the Kojimachi area. Their specialty is fish-based soup and Tsukemen. With Tsukemen, noodles and Ramen soup are served separately, and you dip the noodles into the soup. The price difference is mainly the amount of meat (pork) - so if you are hungry, go for the priciest one (10 USD). Right now, they are requesting customers to pay in cash to the clerk in advance. Do not use the ticket machine in front. Only eight seats.

After eating all the Ramen, you can request "Soup Wari," or soup-thinner to drink the soup.

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