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Ramen
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Lunch: ¥1,000 - ¥2,000
A no-frills noodle joint where the owner and eatery’s namesake, Haru-chan, serves up hearty bowls of ramen.
Bib Gourmand:
Good quality, good value cooking

Restaurant Details

Opening in 2021, HARU CHAN Ramen picked up popularity in no time, winning the Michelin Bib Gourmand award within two years of beginning operations. The menu at HARU CHAN Ramen is a testament to the chef’s dedication to the art of ramen. The signature chuka-soba is a bowl of perfection, artfully combining a niboshi (dried sardine) and pork-based broth with noodles that are just the right thickness, striking that perfect balance between the thin Hakata-style and the thick, chewy Sapporo type. Unusually for a ramen, the broth is brewed from pork and not pork bones, which gives it a lighter profile compared to tonkotsu broth. For an entirely new dimension of flavor, diners can add a scoop or two of the minced garlic at the counter. Though it has only five counter seats, HARU CHAN Ramen’s space feels intimate but never crowded. The welcoming atmosphere, coupled with the chef's passion for the craft, creates an environment where every slurp of noodles is a celebration of flavors. Michelin Guide: 2023 - Bib Gourmand
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Haru Chan Ramen Access Info

HARU CHAN Ramen is a 2-minute walk from JR Shimbashi Station.

Haru Chan Ramen Phone Number

03-6263-9636

Haru Chan Ramen Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM

Haru Chan Ramen Address

Shinbashi Ekimae Building 1, Room 108, 1st floor, 2-chome-20-15 Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo, 105-0004

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