Guide - Taste - Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta (蔦)

Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta (蔦)

1,000 yen, one-star Michelin ramen shop.
Opening Hours 11am - 5pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday to Sunday; Regular holiday: Wednesdays

The ramen soup served in this small, nine-seat ramen shop is a mixture of Wakayama, Nagano soy sauce and black truffle. Customers have to queue up to get their ramen fix, and tickets usually start to be distributed at 7am, with customers coming back according to the time stated on the ticket. It is not easy to get a seat in this shop, but the soy sauce ramen is worth trying!

Transport Sugamo Station, 1-minute walk
+81 3 3943 1007
1-14-1, Sugamo, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 170-0002

1. Though it would be easy to overlook this small noodle shop with its low profile entrance, this is the first Michelin-starred ramen store ever !

2. This is the world-famous ramen. Many finish the soy sauce soup before the noodles.

3. Inspired by Japan’s national flag, this humble signature dish is what hundreds of people from around the world come looking for every day – a taste of the perfect ramen.

4. White and red feature prominently on the shop’s utensils, echoing the shop’s sign.

5. The menu includes handmade soba served with soy sauce, sea salt, black truffle oil, roasted pork and other toppings.

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