01 Sep 2014

Another ramen shop which made it to the top rankings of Tokyo ramen in 2013 is Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En. Situated within the busy streets of Hachioji, Tokyo, Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En's specialty is their Niboshi (dried sardines) ramen. 

 

Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En: Dried Sardine Ramen in Tokyo

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Starting with the ramen's seafood broth soup which is rich in taste, the restaurant uses thick noodles for their Niboshi ramen. Their wheat noodles is not soggy and has good texture you would not want to stop slurping it in. 

 

Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En: Dried Sardine Ramen in Tokyo

Photo from tabelog.com

 

With just a budget of 700 Yen, you are guaranteed to be satisfied with their ramen topped with 2 slices of chashu, onions, bamboo shoots, and a delicious boiled egg sliced in half. Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En's Niboshi ramen is slightly cheaper compared to its other ramen shop contenders, but tastes totally great within a budget. 

 

Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En: Dried Sardine Ramen in Tokyo

Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En: Dried Sardine Ramen in Tokyo

 

Niboshi Iwashi Ramen En

21-21 Yokoyama-cho Hachioji-shi 193-0081 Tokyo

No telephone number available

 

Business hours:

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Lunch)

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Dinner)

*Shop closes when soup runs out

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