Miharu Ikebukuro


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Also operating a branch in Ebisu, this noodle joint is famous for its abura-soba (ramen without soup), made with a dense but MSG-free fish stock. Sit down at the L-shaped counter and choose from standard ramen, tsukemen or the above-mentioned signature dish – or go for a monthly special, the most eye-popping of which is the Niboshi-Jiro Ramen. Topped with a big pile of bean sprouts and green onion, the dish is based on a mild pork broth mixed with soup extracted from dried sardines. For some extra fun, try the popular squid ink curry (¥300) on the side.


1-31-16 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

Transport Ikebukuro Station, east exit

Telephone 03 3971 7974

Open Mon Fri lunchtime 11am-3:30pm, dinnertime 5pm-10pm; Sat, Sun & holidays 11am-10pm


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

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