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Taketora is generally not available on the guided Tokyo tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.
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Such an interesting place. There is seemingly only 9 seats in front of the kitchen. However, I saw a cook bring food into another room, past the chairs. Great ramen, a bit salty, but great. Nice presentation too.
Cool little spot with a friendly server that helped us out in English. While the ramen was good, I wouldn't say better than places in San Francisco.
Excellent Ramen! We did have to wait 30 mins in the line outside before being seated - it was worth the wait, but once in the food came out quickly. Recommend getting the toppings package which gives you all the extra toppings for an extra 400yen. They have an English menu on request.
English menu and nice staff. My first real ramen turned out well.
Lovely spot, we ate at the bar downstairs. The pork melts in your mouth and has wonderful flavor.