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[Tokyo] Ramen Takahashi Ebisu (焼きあご塩らー麺 たかはし 恵比寿店): Experience Ebisu’s Finest Signature Grilled Flying Fish Ramen


Discover Exquisite Flavors at Ramen Takahashi Ebisu in Shibuya Ward

Ramen Takahashi Ebisu, located in Shibuya, Tokyo, is a renowned ramen shop celebrated for its distinctive “Yakiago Shio Ramen.” The soup, richly crafted with roasted flying fish (ago), exudes a flavor reminiscent of biting into the fish itself and pairs wonderfully with Koshihikari rice grown in Niigata. Yakiago, a grilled and dried flying fish, is known for its firm, low-fat flesh, a result of its ability to leap over 200 meters and swim at 60 km/h.

The “Seabura Niboshi Shoyu Ramen” we ordered is highly acclaimed for its robust dried sardine umami and exquisite balance with soy sauce. The sweetness of the back fat harmonizes perfectly with the saltiness of the soy sauce, creating a flavor that captivates diners. Moreover, the thick, curly noodles complement the soup exceptionally well.


Esteemed by many ramen enthusiasts for its unique flavors and high quality, this restaurant is a must-visit. By offering distinctive ramen that utilizes regional ingredients, it highlights the diversity and depth of Japanese ramen culture. Conveniently located just a one-minute walk from the West Exit of JR Ebisu Station and the Hibiya Line of Tokyo Metro Ebisu Station, it is easily accessible.


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