Ichiran Harajuku (How to go, how to order and what to expect)

After trying out Luke’s Lobster in Harajuku, we decided to have Ichiran for dinner!

I’ve already tried Ichiran in Hong Kong, where I instantly fell in love, but I was curious on the how it tasted from their origin.

How to go to Ichiran in Harajuku:

1. Get down at Meiji-jingumae ‘Harajuku’ Station
option lines and station code –
Chidoya Line – C03
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Fukutoshin Line – F15
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2. Get out from exit 7
(it was raining when we finished eating so I wasn’t able to take photos so I decided to try my luck with google maps to show you)

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exit 7
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you will immediately see Ichiran as soon as you get out from exit 7

There was a line, naturally, when we lined up for dinner.

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there will be a vendo machine where you’ll place your order
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you have to choose everything one by one
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and once you’re done
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click this one

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you will be given your order sheet once you’re inside
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there is a second page that will be give to you just in case you want to order more

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you have to peel your own egg
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tissues can be found at the back where you’re seated

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all photos taken using an iPhone / Fujifilm X-T20 18-55 mm

How I felt comparing Ichiran in Tokyo and Ichiran in Hong Kong:

I love the broth and noodles in Tokyo but I personally prefer the pork and egg in Hong Kong.

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💚, R


Read about my other Tokyo or Japan adventures

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