Tsukishima Rock


Restaurants & Cafés


What's a 'ramen bar', you ask? Well, if this one's anything to go by, it's a stylish watering hole that also serves absolutely delectable noodles. Rock, a collaborative venture with renowned Machida restaurant 69 'n' Roll One, hits new heights with its Tsukishima Rock creation, an orthodox, lightly flavoured serving of shoyu ramen with a gentle mouthfeel and savoury aftertaste. The thin noodles ensure that the dish goes down smoothly, leaving you full but not the least weighed down. For a worthy alternative, try the 6/8 (hachiroku), made with a punchy scallop and seaweed broth. As is to expected from a bar, the drink menu is extensive and reasonably priced. If your idea of a perfect night out can be described with the words comfortable, convenient and laid-back, Rock is just the spot for you.


2-16-7 Tsukuda, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Transport Tsukishima Station (Oedo, Yurakucho lines), exit 6

Telephone 03 3532 3172

Open Lunch 11.30am-2pm, dinner 6pm-1am (11.30am-3pm on holidays) / closed Sun (irregularly on holidays)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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