Ramen is the fuel of working-class men and women all across Japan. It’s fast, it’s simple, and (most importantly) it’s delicious! On this ramen tasting tour in Tokyo, you’ll learn all there is to know about ramen while tasting the best ramen in Tokyo at 3 award-winning ramen shops and exploring the Tokyo neighborhoods of Nakameguro, Shibuya, and Ebisu.
Our local ramen expert will introduce you to these award-winning ramen restaurants, where you’ll not only sample some incredible ramen but also learn all about the different varieties of this beloved Japanese dish. The ramen restaurants also have customizable options, so you can explore different toppings and noodle styles to suit your preferences. But you’d better come hungry because on this tour you’ll enjoy not just one, but six mini bowls of the best ramen in Tokyo (¼ to ⅓ of the normal size).
At each of the three Tokyo ramen restaurants, our local food tour guide will explore different topics related to ramen, so if you’re curious about the origin of ramen in Japan, the wide variety of ramen styles, or just want to hear about wacky ramen flavors (black ramen, anyone?), then this is the tasting experience for you! Jump on a Ramen Tasting Tour for some of the best ramen in Tokyo you’ll ever have!
A 3-hour ramen tasting tour of Nakameguro, Shibuya, and Ebisu
Have fun selecting your ramen and customizing it according to your taste
Enjoy 6 mini bowls of authentic ramen noodles, some of the best ramen in Tokyo!
Learn insider tips and tricks from a ramen expert!
6 mini bowls of some of the best ramen in Tokyo
Transportation fees between food stops
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
The meeting point of the Ramen Tasting Tour is Nakameguro Station's Main Gate.
The food tour starts strictly on time. If guests do not arrive at the meeting point by the departure time, the tour will begin regardless, and no refund shall be given.
Please wear comfortable shoes because there will be walking involved.
Upon signing in, you will receive a confirmation within 24 hours.
Bring extra cash, as we’ll be taking the train to the different ramen shops.