Taiyo no Tomatomen Next - Best Ramen shop in Shinjuku

Restaurant: Taiyo no Tomatomen Next Shinjuku Mylord ten (太陽のトマト麺Next 新宿ミロード店)
Phone: 03-5909-4810
Address: 1-1-3, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Shinjuku Mylord 7F
Nearest Station: JR Shinjuku Station South Exit
Open Hour: From 11:00 to 23:00
Close: Follows Odakyu Mylord
Price Range: [Lunch] ~¥999, [Dinner] ~¥999
Credit Card: (VISA, MASTER, JCB)
Seats: 24 seats

A tomato ramen is a chicken bone based broth that consists three whole fresh organic tomatoes, grated cheese, vinegar, delicious chicken chashu, and some Japanese mustard spinach on top of the tasty tomato colored soup.  The soup looks and tastes more like an Italian potage which makes the typical image of the oily ramen more stylish and healthy.  Perhaps more than 80% of the customers are ladies as you can probably understand why, with a fancy ambience inside where a lady can sit alone to have a bowl of delicious ramen without feeling any stress. The recommendation here is definitely the Taiyo no Cheese Ramen (850 yen). If you like tomato or want to know the deepness of its flavor that changes in every occasion, Taiyo no Tomatomen Next in Shinjuku Mylord is a must go place. 

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 110m, 2 mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Shinjuku Station, South Entrance

・Steps to follow : 1 - 6

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


Facing the entrance, turn to left to start your way.

2. Walk straight for 50m and you will find an elevator to MYLORD on your left hand side.  

3. When you find a signboard of MYLORD, make a left turn and you will find an elevator.  

4. Press 7F.  

5. After you get off from the elevator at 7F, you can already see your destination ahead of you.  

6. Enjoy your meal at Taiyo no Tomatomen Next Shinjuku Mylord ten (太陽のトマト麺Next 新宿ミロード店)!


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