Afuri - Best ramen shop in Harajuku

Afuri - Best Ramen Restaurant in Harajuku image

Restaurant: 阿夫利 (Afuri)
Address: Grande Foresta 1F, 3-63-1 Sendagaya Shibuyaku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3796-8788

Nearest Station: JR Harajuku station 3min from Takeshita Exit

Price: -999Yen

Open Hour: Mon-Sun 10:30-03:00

Close: --
Credit Card: N/A
Seats: 16 counter seats
Menu: 塩らーめん/Shio ramen (Salt ramen), ゆず塩麺/Yuzu Shio-men (Yuzu Salt ramen), 紅塩麺/Beni Shio-men (Spicy ramen), 醤油らーめん/Shoyu ramen (Soysauce ramen), 柚子露/Tsuke-men yuzu-ro (Dip style Yuzu ramen)

This Ramen restaurant offers Assari (light, non-fatty) ramen, and it is growing it's popularity rapidly. The main stream of ramen has long been Kotteri and Tonkotsu (heavy, stodgy and pork based), but this restaurant has taken the Assari ramen to a higher level.

Try out the new stream of ramen!


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Map to Afuri Harajuku

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 200 m, 2 mins(on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Harajuku Station, Takeshita Exit

・Steps to follow : 1 - 4


1. We guide you from Harajuku Station Takeshita-guchi today. This is the most famous street in Harajuku. There's another exit going upstairs called Omotosando Exit, so be careful.

If you went out of the wrong exit, ask someone to take you to the Takeshita-dori. Everyone would know where it is.

Good luck!!

2. This is the famous Takeshita-dori entrance.

Today, we are not going into Takeshita-dori, but after crossing the road from the Harajuku station gate exit, take a LEFT.

You will go straight down the road until the it bends to the right, in around 150 meters.

3. This is where the street bends to the right.

Don't turn, go STRAIGHT crossing the cross walk.

The building straight in front of you is the building AFURI is in it's 1st floor.

4. This is how AFURI looks from outside.  Enjoy your meal!


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