Ramentei - Best ramen shop in Asakusa

Restaurant: ら麺亭 (Ramentei)
Address: 1-39-9, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3845-0514
Nearest Station: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station No. 1 Exit On foot 10 minute

Open Hour: Weekday 11:00-20:30
Sat, Sun 9:00-20:00

Close: --

Price: 320 - 1000Yen

Credit Card: N/A
Seats: 14 counter seats
A small ramen restaurant with only counter seats, loved by the locals for over 28 years. Its plain soy sauce based ramen which they call it the Tokyo style, is offered only for 320yen, and accompanying it with won-ton which the restaurant is famous for, is offered for 580yen. You won't find ramen offered for this price in Tokyo!
"Su-my" made fresh everyday is also famous. Set of Ramen, Su-my and rice for 500yen is a popular menu here. Have a try!!

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Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 400m, 5mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : Kaminari Gate (Tokyo Metro Asakusa Station)

・Steps to follow : 1 - 7


1. We guide you from Kaminari Gate today. 

Facing Kaminari Gate, turn to left to start your way.  


2. Walk straight for 150 meters.

You will make a right turn at the 2nd street.

3. This is the 2nd steet called Orange Street. Cross the street and make a right turn.  

4. Go straight until the end of this Orange Street (150 meter before turning left).  

5. Make a left turn at the end of this street.  

6. You can already see the shop ahead of you in 30 meter to your LEFT.

7. Just before the first corner on the street, there you are on your LEFT.  Enjoy your meal at ら麺亭 (Ramentei)!!  

Comments: 1
  • #1

    Mel (Sunday, 03 April 2016 13:19)

    The won ton ramen is delicious! Loved the place, and they have english menu.
    It's in a really convinient place, close to sensoji temple and the local street market.


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