One of my go to places when I want to introduce someone to Japanese ramen, or just eat ramen in general. It’s ramen from Kyushu (the southern island of Japan)(although I don’t know if the restaurant exists in Kyushu), and you can try their original Kyushu Jangara or various other broths and styles. On top of that there are many options for what you put in your ramen, such as egg, bigger cubes of pork besides the typical chashu, as well as the different levels of fat in the broth and softness of the noodles. Like many ramen places they have decent gyoza which I usually order a half plate of. The shop in Harajuku has two floors, and the atmosphere is a little different on each floor. Compared to say Ippudo or Ichiran I think the broth might not be as tasty, but the customization and toppings and restaurant atmosphere and such make up for it I think. A very good bowl of ramen.
Hours: 10:45-24:00 (Sat-Sun 10:00~)
Location: Harajuku (map)