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Japanese: Ramen

Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto

Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto Overview


1-chōme-2-4 Sarugakuchō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0064


5 minute walk from Jinbocho Station
7 minute walk from Ochanomizu Station
10 minute walk from Shin-Ochanomizu Station

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Tue: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Wed: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Thur: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Sat: 10:00AM-5:00PM

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Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto Description

Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto is a hidden gem located in the bustling neighborhood of Kanda in Tokyo. This cozy restaurant specializes in tsukesoba, a unique style of ramen where the noodles are served separately from the broth. The restaurant's name, Katsumoto, is a nod to the masterful craftsmanship that goes into each bowl of their delicious noodles.

What sets Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to quality and authenticity. The noodles are made in-house using traditional techniques, resulting in a perfect balance of chewiness and flavor. The broth is rich and flavorful, made from a blend of carefully selected ingredients.

One of the standout menu items at Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto is their signature tsukesoba. The noodles are served cold, accompanied by a piping hot bowl of broth on the side. Diners can dip the noodles into the broth, allowing them to control the amount of flavor in each bite. The toppings, such as tender slices of chashu pork and a perfectly cooked egg, add an extra layer of deliciousness to the dish.

The restaurant's decor is simple and inviting, with wooden furnishings and a warm color palette. The intimate atmosphere makes it the perfect place to enjoy a quiet meal with friends or loved ones. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to try something new, Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto is a must-visit destination for a truly authentic and satisfying dining experience.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted



Stylish Interior

Tsukesoba Kanda Katsumoto Reviews

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Mostly locals eating here. The egg and noodle were delicious and bouncy. We prefer the soup that was on the top left most from the ordering machine.


Lighter than most modern dipping sauces, but still very tasty. Ordered the large portion and the two types of noodles was a novel idea. Great egg and meat. Biggest issue was getting thru it all without dying and before the sauce cooled too much.


This restaurant is located around a university and it gets very busy around lunch time, even on a weekday. The lineup wasn’t too long as we waited around 30 mins, and lineups kept on going even after we got inside. You first order the dish you want on a machine; and if you can’t read Japanese, they have an English menu. The server who greeted us was very friendly and was helpful when we had questions. After ordering through the machine and getting the tickets, you can choose your seat and give the tickets to the chef. I highly recommend getting their signature dipping ramen.

The food came fairly quickly and the chefs were very happy when they gave us our food. The dipping ramen comes in thick or thin noodles, but I think you could ask for just thin or thick (not sure since we couldnt read Japanese). The ramen noodles were made fresh and very chewy, and the broth was so flavorful, yet wasn’t too salty. Make sure to not pour the whole soup inside the noodle bowl, you’re supposed to dip the noodles a bit at a time in the broth.

After finishing, the chef let me try the soup with a zist of lemon which was also very refreshing. I had a great experience and highly recommend visiting! The lineups are worth it :)

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Translated from Japanese:

2024.1.6 Ladder visit 10 minutes walk from Suidobashi... Arrived at Kanda Tsukesoba Katsumoto. I was prepared to wait outside, but there were a lot of people.I had to go up a ladder to order...soba with fresh water. ...


Translated from Japanese:

I visited around 3:30pm, and there was only one seat available, so I was able to get in right away. At first, when I saw it from the outside, it looked like an expensive Japanese restaurant, so I was hesitant to go in. I ordered the special Seiyu Tsukesoba (1350 yen) and it was served in about 10 minutes...


Translated from Japanese:

I came here because I really wanted to eat Katsumoto's Tsukesoba. It's still a popular restaurant, with a wait of about 15 minutes outside and 10 minutes inside. The two types of noodles carefully arranged will whet your appetite. Japanese soba is good, but I think Chinese soba is also good for New Year's Eve...

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