I'm happy to announce that one of my favorite shops, Soranoiro, has opened a 3rd outlet. This one is inside the Tokyo Ramen Street, a collection of eight shops within Tokyo's newly remodeled Tokyo Station.
I don't think I even need to talk about this one, the above picture of their Special Edo-Style Chukasoba is enough.
As is this one of their vegan ramen.
The menu here is reflective of their main shop, with just enough switched up to make it a different beast. The chukasoba has thinner noodles, thin strips of menma, and a delectable chunk of kakuni stewed pork. The price is a bit high at 1100 yen, but you really get a lot of value for that 特製. Tokusei means special.
Nice work Miyazaki-san.
Soon they will have an Okinawan style shio ramen and a vegan tantanmen.
This shop space used to be for Shichisai. And while I am sad to see them go, Soranoiro is a worthy successor.
Nice design. Tokyo Station is a crazy place, with millions of people using it daily. It's nice to be able to relax for a few minutes and enjoy a slurp.
Yes, I am biased. Anyone with a Soranoiro sticker on their phone must be a fan. Just above Den.
Tokyo Ramen Street is always changing. Some of the shops, like Rokurinsha, will never leave.
Official Site Here
Outside the Yaesu Exit of Tokyo Station
Open early to late, all year.