Vibrant, unique and the best Ramen in town!

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Make no mistake ramen is supreme at Tenkomori. All our ramen dishes come in 4 types of broth: Tonkotsu (Pork Bones Stock), Miso (Soy Bean Paste), Shoyu (Soy Sauce) and Shio (Salt). We embrace the tradition of quality, hand-rolled noodle ramen prepared using time-honored recipes from many regions of Japan.

BUT, Tenkomori is also all about the experience. Whether you visit as a group, family or alone our mission is to provide a relaxed and easy place to hang out. We offer a modern, casual Tokyo experience. Authentic food, a real city street-side feel and a bustling, vibrant atmosphere, that’s Tenkomori Ramen House.

So, if you’re looking for somewhere different to eat the very best ramen and traditional Japanese food that won’t break the bank but will deliver on satisfaction, then come and slurp some noodle soup with us.


The Tenkomori Experience

At Tenkomori choosing your meal is in itself a unique experience. Simply select your main, pick a size, pick a soup, then pick any sides you fancy, such as Takoyaki (deep-fried octopus balls) or Karaage (deep-fried chicken). You’ll see your noodles being made right in front of you.

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Grab a stool or take a seat at a table and enjoy sometime with your friends whilst we prepare your steaming bowl of ramen!

Why Ramen?

Ramen conjures up feelings of comfort and warmth. In Japan it’s not just a simple meal, it’s a national pastime. Eating ramen is a cherished time spent with friends and family. At Tenkomori making you feel welcome is just as important to us as the authenticity of the food we cook.

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Quite simply our menu features the ramen and other Japanese specialties we think you’ll love.

What is Ramen?

Ramen is a traditional Japanese noodle soup dish. It consists of Chinese-style wavy noodles made with egg & wheat served in a meat or fish-based broth, often flavoured with soy sauce or miso. Toppings are added such as sliced pork, dried seaweed, kamaboko, and green onions.

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Nearly every region in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from the tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen of Kyushu to the miso ramen of Hokkaido.