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  • 7–14–3 Roppongi Map It
  • Minato-ku
  • Japanese

Published 12/10/2015

Fodor's Review

With a polished, stainless-steel-and-glass interior, this always-busy ramen shop may be usual, but the food is still completely authentic and tasty. Kohmen is known for its tonkotsu (pork bone) soup, and yelling "tonkotsu" over the counter gets you a basic bowl of soup with noodles topped with a slice of barbecued pork. Adding zen bu no say (with the works) gets you a side dish of hard-boiled egg, vegetables, dried seaweed, and other goodies you dump over your soup before eating. Alternatively, opt for the tsukemen (where you dip the noodles into a separate broth) or a spicy, sesame-heavy bowl of tantanmen noodles. Near Roppongi Crossing, Kohmen is open until at least 6 am, making it the perfect place to stop after a night in the neighborhood's entertainment district. There are 10 other branches around Tokyo, including 2 in Shinjuku and 1 in Ueno.

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7–14–3 Roppongi, Tokyo, 106-0032, Japan

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Published 12/10/2015


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