Menya Kaijin - Best ramen restaurants in Shinjuku


Restaurant: 麺屋 海神 (Menya Kaijin)
Address: 2F Sanraku Bld 3-35-7 Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 160-0000
Phone: 03-3356-5658

Nearest Station: JR Shinjuku Station South East entrance On foot 2 minutes

Open Hour: Mon-Fri 11:00~15:00(L.O.), 16:30~23:30(L.O.)

Sat/Sun/Hol 11:00~23:30(L.O.)

Close: --

Price: 800Yen - 1000Yen

Credit Card: N/A
Seats: 17 seats (7 counter seats, 3 tables) 
 
The soup taken from bones and head of fish, called "Ara-jiru" in Japanese, is giving it a fond taste to the ramen here. The fish used for the soup changes daily, so you can come here everyday and enjoy a different taste!
 
The ramen is recommended to be served with "Heshiko Onigiri (rice ball with pickled fish)". The best way to eat this is, after eating the ramen, dunk the rice ball into the soup and eat it with the spoon. With the pickled fish dissolving into the soup, the taste of the soup changes and you can enjoy a different taste after your ramen.
 
Ramen with rice ball 950yen, Ramen without rice ball 800yen.
 

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Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 56m, 1mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Shinjuku Station, South East Entrance

・Steps to follow : 1 - 6

 


1. Let's start your way from Shinjuku Station, South East Entrance.

 


2. This is how Shinjuku South East Entrance looks like.  Follow the arrow to the stairs BEHIND you.   


3. Downstairs to the LEFT.  


4. After you come downstairs, cross the street and make a LEFT turn by following the arrow.

 

You will find your destination to your right in less than 10m.  


5. Aftrer you cross the street, you can already see the shop right in front of you. 


6. When you see this signboard, you are at the right place.  Enjoy your meal at 麺屋 海神 (Menya Kaijin)!!  

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