Legendary Tokyo Ramen guide Frank brings his popular Ramen tour to downtown Asakusa!
Asakusa is famous for its traditional food, like Tempura and Sukiyaki. But it’s also a Ramen battleground. There are plenty of hidden gem Ramen shops in Asakusa. Join Frank on this brand new Asakusa Ramen tour and you’ll discover these hidden gem Ramen shops. You’ll also learn all about Ramen!
Up to now, Frank has hosted hundreds of visitors on Ramen tours in the Tokyo area of Ebisu. His passion for Ramen is most visible on his blog (5amramen.com). You’re invited to join him and dive deep into the world of real Ramen.
Insider Ramen Tour
Dive into a delicious bowl of ramen and learn all about this remarkable dish. You'll be presented several ramen shops (each with their own specialty) - you and the group get to choose which one we visit. After the tour, you'll get the full list of ramen shops, so you can visit them on your own!
This is the most informative of our ramen tours. Before the actual eating, you'll grab coffee or tea with the group to discuss ramen history, preparation, etiquette, how to enjoy it, and more!
This is a group tour (there may be others from other platforms).
- 1 Coffee or Tea at TRI shop
- 1 Bowl of Ramen (with all the toppings, if you want!)
- travel expense to/from the meeting place
Schedule & Price
meeting at TRI shop in Asakusa, and discuss about Ramen history, preparation, etiquette, how to enjoy it. (we serve a cup of coffee or tea)
Choose 1 Ramen shop we will visit
departure from TRI, and visit 1 Ramen shop in Asakusa area.
19:30 - 20:15
enjoy 1 bowl of Ramen
arrive at Asakusa station
@¥6,000 1Apr'20 - 30Jun'20 Wednesday
minimum 1 person, maximum 5 people per tour
If you have any food allergy or dietary restrictions, please let us know in advance.
A full refund is provided if a booking is cancelled 24 hours before the tour.
"Nishisando" 2-7-13, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
10 min. walk from Asakusa station of Ginza Line (Tokyo Metro)
3 min. walk from Asakusa station of TX Tsukuba Express Railways
2 min. walk from Sensoji Temple