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Clear Plain Chicken Ramen

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Creamy White Chicken Ramen

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Ramen Kamuro has the atmosphere of a warm, time-worn ramen restaurant with a modern, refined edge. Opened in 2016, chicken is king at this ramen shop conveniently located two minutes from Ebisu Station. The house specialty ramen features tender, juicy chicken raised chemical-free in Japan. The clear and delicate broth has a flavor reminiscent of healthy, homemade chicken soup. The bountiful locally sourced vegetables, from flavor-bursting fruit tomatoes to crisp green beans, enhance the farm-fresh, hearty helpings. Open daily from 11:30am-4am, the affordable Ramen Kamuro is a convenient spot for lunch, dinner or an after hours pick-me-up.

Read our full review here.

How Much: ¥800 to ¥1,150

Address: 1-7-11 Ebisunishi, Shibuya-ku

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1303/A130302/13202652/

Tel: 03-6416-5169

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