Niboshika Ramen En


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Seven minutes' walking distance from Hachioji Station, this is the city's most famous representative of 2013's niboshi (dried sardine) trend. The 'Niboshi ramen' (¥700), served with a soup made from sardine, chicken, and kelp stock, is the real deal. Topped simply but deliciously with green onions, bamboo shoots, soft-boiled egg, and perfectly textured chashu pork slices, this dish is by itself worth a trip to the far west.


21-21 Yokoyamacho, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo

Transport Hachioji Station, north exit; Keio-Hachioji Station

Open Lunch 11am-3pm, dinner 5pm-9pm / closed Wed


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