If ramen is your thing but you’re totally lost for to where to start, then this Tokyo ramen tour is for you! You’ll be guided by our friend Frank, a Filipino-American who was born in Tokyo. He’s a local noodle expert and all around nice guy who was literally raised on ramen. Working his way through every ramen restaurant in Tokyo, Frank is the go-to guy for tips on the best noodles in the city.
This Tokyo Ramen Tour is a personalized experience that’s delicious too. The tour starts first by grabbing a drink of your choice (coffee or tea) and sharing knowledge about ramen and ramen stories with Frank. Learn about different types of broths, noodles, broths, and toppings, and essential ramen eating etiquette. After that, Frank will present ramen shops with detailed selling points so that you decide which ramen shop to visit. After an hour or so, get ramen ready, it’s eating time! Prepare to eat an amazing bowl of ramen of your choice. It’s no secret that ramen is one of the greatest food inventions in history. Learn everything you need to know about ramen and join this Tokyo Ramen Tour with Frank.
Learn everything about ramen from what to order best, the best way to eat it, plus the dos and don’ts of ramen etiquette
Experience eating ramen like a true local at some of the best ramen shops in Tokyo
The guests get to choose which ramen shop to visit!
2-hours of an informative Tokyo ramen tour
Choice of a bowl of ramen
Choice of coffee or tea
Transportation fees between food stops
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
The meeting point of Tokyo Ramen Tour is at Nakameguro Station, Main Gate in Meguro District. Please make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes before the tour starts.
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.