From October 22nd to November 6th, the annual Tokyo Ramen Show will be open for a limited time only, featuring 18 different ramen vendors. But first, you’ll start out exploring the alleys of Sangenjaya near Shibuya, a foodie destination that’s still relatively unknown among tourists. After you’ve had a chance to explore the backstreets of this super fun local hangout, the guide will take you to enjoy the Tokyo Ramen Show, where Japan’s gotochi ramen (regional types of ramen), like Fukuoka’s tonkotsu ramen and Hokkaido’s miso ramen, will be on display. Celebrate the diversity of ramen in Japan, tasting regional flavors, including a few unexpected, wildcard styles of ramen thrown into the mix. Started in 2009, the annual Tokyo Ramen Show is the go-to expo for ramen connoisseurs!
Explore Sangenjaya, a local foodie area with some of the trendiest pancakes and cafes in Tokyo
Enjoy delicious street foods, guided by a local expert who knows the best local spots
Check out Tokyo Ramen Show to try some mindblowing regional ramen and learn about the culinary history of Japan’s favorite noodle dish
Gaze out across the Tokyo skyline, from a special viewing spot
Indulge in some delicious Japanese snacks, both sweet and savory!
A 3-hour food tour of the Tokyo Ramen Show and Sangenjaya area
Expert insights from a local guide into Sangenjaya, a hidden gem unknown by tourists
4 food stops, including some fantastic Japanese ramen
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
The meeting point is in front of Carrot Tower, nearby Sangenjaya Station (Denentoshi Line). The meeting time is 4:50 p.m. The experience will begin at 5:00 p.m. and will end at 8:00 p.m.
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 be reminded to wear comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking.