The 5 Best Ramen in Sangenjaya (Tokyo)

updated: August 21th, 2023

Discover popular ramen restaurants in Setagaya, Tokyo. If you're looking for ramen in Setagaya, we've got you covered.

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    [Store Introduction]Let me introduce a ramen restaurant called "Kazumasa" located in Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The restaurant is approximately a 7-minute walk from Sangenjaya Station and is also accessible by bus.
     With 6 counter seats and 4 table seats, the restaurant has a total seating capacity of 10.
     Please check the official website for detailed business hours.
    [Cuisine Introduction]At "Kazumasa," they serve popular Japanese-style ramen made with seafood ingredients.
     Their tsukemen, in particular, is highly recommended, with its firm noodles and exquisite combination of seafood flavors in the dipping sauce.
     The chashu (sliced pork) is also delicious, known for its melt-in-your-mouth texture.
    [Cook Introduction]Unfortunately, there is no detailed information available about the chef.
    "Kazumasa" is a popular ramen restaurant beloved by the locals.
     They offer amazing tsukemen that allows you to fully enjoy the richness of seafood, as well as delicious chashu.
     The restaurant is not well-known to outsiders and lacks prominent signs or banners, but it is cherished by the locals and has gained a unique charm.
     Be sure to visit it sometime.


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    【Store Introduction】Sennotori Chinese RamenSennotori Chinese Ramen is a shop located in Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The business hours are from 11:00 to 15:00 and 17:30 to 22:00 on weekdays, and from 11:00 to 22:00 on weekends and holidays, with the exception of Sundays.
     The shop is a 5-minute walk from the south exit of Ikejiri-Ohashi Station on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line.
    The shop has a total of 11 seats, with 7 counter seats and 4 table seats.
     Here, they serve Chinese ramen, with their special Katsuo-Konbu Dipping Noodles and Salt Dipping Noodles being particularly popular.
     They also have soy sauce ramen and soy sauce dipping noodles.
    One of the highlights of their dishes is the homemade noodles with a springy texture.
     The dipping sauce and soup are made with chicken broth, giving them a rich and flavorful taste.
     The chashu (roast pork) and ajitama (flavored boiled egg) are also delicious, and they pair well with the toppings.
    Sennotori Chinese Ramen is loved by many because of its convenient location near Ikejiri-Ohashi Station and its delicious ramen.
     Please visit and enjoy their flavors when you have a chance.


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    "Hasu" is a ramen shop located in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The interior of the shop is small, with only 6 counter seats.
     As the name suggests, their recommended dish is the miso ramen.
    The miso ramen has a rich soup and medium-thick curly noodles that are distinctive.
     You can also get extra vegetables or garlic for free.
     The soup has a wonderful balance of seafood and animal flavors, and it is delightfully creamy.
     The noodles are also flavorful, although they may take a bit longer to be served.
    Shop Info:- Name: Hasu (Ramen Rensangenjaya branch)- Address: 2-17-12 Asabashi 1F, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo- Opening Hours: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Last Order at 9:45 PM)- Transportation: Take the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line and head down Chazawa street towards Kitakitazawa.
     Pass by Lawson, make a right turn, and go straight for 196m.
    There is no specific information provided about the chef or other detailed information.
     However, the overall quality of the shop is extremely high, and you can experience the excellence through their miso ramen.
     Please visit and try it out.


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    【Store Introduction】 Ramen MogiRamen Mogi, located in Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, is a popular local ramen shop.
     This shop is conveniently accessible, just a few minutes' walk from Sangenjaya Station on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line and Tokyu Setagaya Line.
    The shop has a total of 17 seats, with 6 counter seats and 11 table seats.
     The atmosphere is cozy and homely.
    The signature dish at Ramen Mogi is their Wonton Noodle.
     It comes with 5 pieces of wonton filled with a generous amount of meat, providing a satisfying and filling experience with every bite.
     The char siu is also incredibly tender, and one taste will surely turn you into a fan.
    In addition, they offer unique menu items like Braised Pork Belly Noodle and Garlic Chive Egg Noodle, available only in the evening.
     Ramen Mogi also provides a variety of noodle options, so be sure to give them a try.
    While information about the chef is not specified, judging from the taste and quality of the ramen served at this shop, it's safe to assume that they have a skilled and experienced chef.
    The opening hours include lunchtime and dinnertime, and in the evening, you can enjoy their special dishes like Chicken Wing Stew and Dumplings as appetizers.
    【Store Information】Store Name: Ramen MogiAddress: 2-13-1 Taishido, Setagaya-ku, TokyoOpening Hours: 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PMClosed: Sundays, Public Holidays (Please note that opening hours and closing days are subject to change, so please check with the store before visiting.
    )Access: 5 minutes on foot from Sangenjaya Station on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line, and 6 minutes on foot from Sangenjaya Station on the Tokyu Setagaya Line, 193 meters from Sangenjaya Station.
    Seating: 17 seats (6 counter seats, 11 table seats)


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    "Garyu" is a popular ramen restaurant located in Sangenjaya, Setagaya Ward, Tokyo.
     The cozy establishment only has counter seats with a capacity for 10 customers.
     It is conveniently situated about a 4-minute walk from Sangenjaya Station.
    One highly recommended dish at this restaurant is the "Gunkei Shiro-Tan Men" or "Chicken White Broth Ramen".
     The soup is rich in flavor, encapsulating the essence of chicken, with a delightful Japanese twist.
     It has a refreshing lightness to it and pairs perfectly with the medium-thick noodles.
     The generous servings of thick and succulent chashu (roasted pork slices) are also highly regarded.
    While the details about the chef remain undisclosed, the cooking skills exhibited at Garyu, particularly in crafting their chicken white broth ramen, are highly admirable, consistently delivering delicious bowls of ramen.
    Garyu is open for both lunch and dinner, although the operating hours may vary depending on the day of the week.
     It is advisable to check in advance.
    For those looking to indulge in delicious ramen in Sangenjaya, Garyu is definitely worth a visit.


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