Shibuhide - Best Ramen Shop in Shibuya

Here comes the Hakata style in Shibuya!  A pork bone based ramen, so called Tonkotsu, in Shibuhide is a tasty one that makes a large sliced chashu pork, fresh spring onions, and the slices of thinner bamboo shooting on top of the delicious soup.  The soup that is made of animals usually smells more but somehow you probably won't feel much of its unpleasant smell in Shibuhide.  They must have done a good preparation to say at least.  The straight noodles on the other hand are moderately thicker for the Tonkotsu ramen but has an amazing chewy texture of "koshi" that coils around the soup perfectly.   The Shibuhide ramen, that costs 1050 yen, is a very challenging price setting for a bowl of ramen but given how tasty and profound the ramen is in Shibuhide, you won't regret paying that much for its quality.  

Restaurant: Ramen Shibuhide (らあめん渋英)
Phone: 050-5869-9095 
Address: 2-4-5, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Nearest Station: JR Shibuya Station
Open Hour: [Mon-Thu, Sun and hol] 11:00- Next Day 3:00am
[Fri, Sat, The day before Holiday] 11:00- Next Day 6:00am
Close: N.A
Price Range: [Lunch] ~¥999, [Dinner] ~¥999
Credit Card: N.A
Seats: 23 seats

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 170m, 2mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Shibuya Station, Hachiko Statue

・Steps to follow : 1 - 9


1. Facing the Hachiko statue, turn to left to start your way.  

2. Make a right turn at the entrance of the Tokyu.  

3. Walk straight for about 20m and you will find a crossing ahead.  

4. Cross the street and make a right turn.  

5. Walk straight for about 15m and pass the escalator to your left, make a left turn.  

6. Walk straight for about 30m and make a right turn.  

7. Make a right turn here.  

8. Walk straight for about 15m and you will find your destination to your right.  

9. Enjoy your meal at Ramen Shibuhide (らあめん渋英)!


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