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MOCHI MOCHI NO KI (Shinjuku or Okubo)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 07.2011 Ramen 0 comments 0 trackback
もちもちの木 outside
MOCHI MOCHI NO KI is originally from Shiraoka, Saimata. Their shop in Shinjuku is their only shop in Tokyo, but they do have 7 other shops outside of Tokyo. Its one of my wife's favorite ramen and for me, too. Their soup is a blend of 2 soups. One is made out of chicken, pork, vegetables and the other made out of various dried sardines & dried bonito. It is mixed together in a different pot and boiled until its really hot. (this is called DOUBLE SOUP among ramen freaks) Before pouring this soup into the bowl, a soy sauce based sauce is add and then seasoned boiled oil is added to keep the soup hot until the very last drop. Because this oil is covering noodle and soup, no steam comes out of the soup even though it is very hot.


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They only have 2 items. CHUKA SOBA (Ramen) and


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TSUKEMEN.


もちもちの木 inside
No matter what you order the soup is extremely hot and if you're not careful when drinking it, you will burn your mouth easily. Also, noodles soften faster than normal because of this. We always ask for noodles to be cooked hard (in Japanese, MEN KATAME) because you won't be able to eat it as fast as you normally would and noodles will be extra soft by the time you only finished half of it. The other thing you will notice is that this is one of the few ramen shops in Tokyo, where the customer ratio of male/female is about half and half, when most ramen shops are 90% men and 10% women.


MOCHI MOCHI NO KI (in Japanese, もちもちの木)
Address: 1-4-1 Kita-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Basement Floor)
(in Japanese, 東京都新宿区北新宿1-4-1 アルマビル B1F)
Nearest train station: JR & Tokyo Metro Shinjuku (15 min walk) or JR Ohkubo (5 min walk)
Tel: 03-3368-1751
Reservations: No
Website: http://www.mochimochinoki.com/ (in Japanese only)
English menu: No
Credit Card: No
Open: 11:30am-11pm
Closed: New Years

Prices: Chuka Soba Sho (Small Ramen) 650 yen
Chuka Soba Chu (Medium Ramen) 770 yen
Chuka Soba Dai (Large Ramen) 980 yen
Tsukemen Sho (Small Tsukemen) 700 yen
Tsukemen Chu (Mediem Tsukemen) 880 yen
Tsukemen Dai (Large Tsukemen) 1,080 yen

Toppings: Topping Zenbu-Iri (Everything) 470 yen
Chashu (Roast Pork) 220 yen
Negi (White Scallions) 100 yen
Nitamago (Seasoned Boiled Egg) 100 yen
Menma (Seasoned Bamboo Shoots) 160 yen
Takana (Pickled Mustard Leaf) 150 yen




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