Tokyo Ramen Tasting TourHop through 3 different Ramen restaurants including Tonkotsu in Ikebukuro; Tokyo's biggest Ramen district.★★★★★
- 2.5 hour tour
- Small group tour
- English speaking guide
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- Have a taste of 3 different Ramen bowls in Ikebukuro, Tokyo's most competitive Ramen district.
- Learn ramen culture from a local ramen professional, and eat your way through its rich history.
- Try out 3 different kinds of Ramen. Classic Shoyu (fish and pork broth), Tan-tan tsukemen and Tonkotsu.
- 3 bowls of Ramen (two half-sized, one full-sized. Enough for a full meal).
- Tour photos
- 2 hours with a local guide
- Additional purchases of food and drinks (including toppings or larger portions)
"As you know, Ramen is a pivotal part of Japanese culture. Within one bowl, there are countless stories and experiences associated with it. There are various types of Ramen available in Japan, and Tokyo happens to be the center of this massive culture. Countless ramen ""districts"" exist in Japan. Simply walk through them and you will be lured by numerous restaurants beckoning you in.
In our Tokyo Ramen Hopping Tour, we selected the finest local ramen establishments in Ikebukuro, which is Tokyo's biggest ramen district. This tour will take you through some hidden and popular places, and it will be a historical tour in it's own right, except that this tour will be a full on tasting experience.
MagicalTrip selected the three finest ramen restaurants in Ikebukuro, and you will able to taste 2 mini ramen bowls and 1 full bowl. It may sound like a lot, but don't worry. Our local guide will also present to you their vast knowledge on ramen, so while eating you will also KNOW why Ramen is such a cultural milestone in our daily lives.
- Please come hungry! You will have 2 small bowls of ramen and 1 full bowl.
- Please make sure to order at least one item for each store. It is considered rude not to order anything.
- "For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the tour starting time.
- Free date/time rescheduling up to 24 hours before the tour starting time (depending on availability)."
- Local favorite foods and drinks
- Hidden spots all over Japan
- Meet 10 of our local guides
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