The well-known doughnut chain is now the place to go for Michelin-quality ramen.
It doesn’t have a star yet, but our research points to this Shinjuku restaurant getting the honor soon.
Now there are two Michelin-starred ramen restaurants in the capital, and we lined up to try the signature dish from the latest award-winning eatery.
Convenience stores in Japan really do have everything, including a meal from the world’s only Michelin-starred ramen restaurant.
Famous Tokyo restaurant teams up with Circle K and Sunkus chains.
It turns out that Tokyo’s Michelin star-winning ramen eatery has a sister restaurant, but not for long.
Our reporters made pigs of themselves at Marugo, a pork cutlet restaurant featured in the 2016 Tokyo Michelin Guide.
Come quickly! We’re tasting the (ramen) stars!
Is this the best ramen in the world? The Michelin Guide’s evaluators seem to think so.
It wasn’t so long ago that you’d hear expats and travelers in Japan express shock over the concept of sitting down in a restaurant and paying good money for a bowl of ramen. Seriously, aren’t those the cheap, instant noodles that college students, bachelors, and other people too lazy to cook survive off of?
Things are very different today, though. Ramen is currently the hottest segment of Japanese cuisine in the international dining community, with restaurants dedicated to it opening up in cities across the U.S. The humble noodles’ stock has risen so high that this ramen restaurant in Hokkaido is listed in the esteemed Michelin guide, so we decided to see if it was deserving of the honor.