"One of the three ramen shops with a Michelin star in Tokyo. This place is so cheap and delicious, probably it is on some food documentaries. We visited this ramen restaurant on a Saturday evening. I have arrived 40 min earlier than the opening time. However, there were 4 people waiting on the line already. I have to state that it is quasi emergency state in Tokyo right now, and most places are empty. Also, it is cold! The restaurant accommodates 10 people at a time, so if you do not make it to first 10, you will continue waiting outside in cold. We ordered famous tantanmen, and pork with rice (it also has mayonnaise), something like マヨチャーシュー飯 in Japanese. Honestly, I am not someone who visits ramen shops. Probably I eat it once or twice in a year. However, this one is very delicious and light. So, do not think you will eat something heavy. You might also even want to order something next to it. Besides, I did not find the ramen spicy at all. I normally can not eat very spicy food. It was quite easy to eat and enjoy. I highly recommend this place to anyone! If I am not wrong, we spent around ~1500 yen per person. It was Covid-19 quasi emergency state time in Tokyo, therefore I was the only foreigner in the restaurant. Anyone else was a young Japanese guy. However, there was a crowded girl group waiting outside."