Ippudo - Best Shiromaru Ramen in Tokyo Station

Ultima Dish: Shiromaru Ramen
Restaurant: Hakata Ippudo
One of the most well known and popular ramen shops in Japan. Ippudo was first started in Fukuoka by Shigemi Kawahara, the CEO of Chikaranomoto Company. "Ippudo" in direct translation means "one wind hall", and this is named because at the time, there were dark clouds over the Kyushu ramen industry, and the founder CEO Kawahara intended to "blow wind and revolutionise the era". (BY Wikipedia).  
We love Ippudo's ramen especially the classic one called Shiromaru.  It is a tonkotsu (pork bone based) ramen with thin noodles which is very Hakata style.  In Hakata style, they usually cook it harder than the other ramen although you can ask the staffs to make it softer.  Try the hanjyuku (soft boiled) egg and the chashu pork which perfectly match with its tasty soup!  
Phone: 03-3217-2888
Address: Marunouchi brick square B1F, 2-6-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 
Nearest Station: 5 min walk from Tokyo Station, 2-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Nijubashimae Station.
Open Hour: From 11:00 to 23:00 (L.O.22:30)
Close: N.A
Price: [Dinner] - 999 yen [Lunch] - 999 yen
Credit Card: Possible
Seats: 25 seats (16 seats of tables, counter nine seats)
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