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ROKURINSHA (Tokyo)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 10.2012 Ramen 0 comments 0 trackback
六厘舎 outside
Taishoken created tsukemen and is probably the most well known tsukemen shop, but the most popular with the longest wait is ROKURINSHA right under Tokyo station.


六厘舎 tsukemen
Rokurinsha's owner actually worked/trained at Taishoken, but his broth and noodles are different from Taishoken's.


六厘舎 men
Noodles are a bit thicker than Taishoken's


六厘舎 tsuke
and the broth is richer and thicker in texture, but the biggest difference is gyofun (dry fish powder) added when serving tsukemen. Rokurinsha(s owner came up with this idea and many trukemen/ramen shops all over Japan have added this technique. (Its the brown powder, you see in this picture)


六厘舎 dip
Just like any tsukemen, just dip the noodles into the broth and dig in.


六厘舎 ramen
Of course, they offer ramen as well, but 99% of customers order tsukemen.


六厘舎 asatsuke
The biggest difference from their old shop is that they serve ASATSUKEN (breakfast tsukemen) for 630 yen as well. The broth is lighter than what they serve during lunch/dinner hours with no gyofun on top.


六厘舎 asamen
and noodles are a little thinner and portions are smaller than whats served during the day time.


六厘舎 set
They offer ASATSUKE SET (continental Japanese breakfast menu with tsukemen) for 810 yen, which comes with rice, natto, raw egg, pickles and several other dishes.


六厘舎 curry
You can add curry on your rice as well, if you stomach is strong enough to take it.


六厘舎 inside
Rokkurinsha use to have a shop in Osaki in a residential area, but more than 300 people waited outside the shop, which created tension between home owners and they eventually closed the shop. After about a year of hiatus, The wait is not as bad as their original shop, but it could get crazy at times. They recently opened a shop in Osaki again, renting a large room where customers can wait and don't need to create a line outside of the shop.


六厘舎 outside 1


ROKURINSHA TOKYO (in Japanese, 六厘舎 TOKYO)
Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(Tokyo Station Ichibangai Basement Floor inside Tokyo Ramen Street)
(in Japanese, 東京都千代田区丸の内1-9-1 東京駅一番街 B1F 東京ラーメンストリート内)
Nearest train station: JR & Tokyo Metro Tokyo (2 min walk)
Tel: 03-3286-0166
Reservations: No
Website: http://rokurinsha.com/ (in Japanese only)
English menu: No
Credit Card: No
Open: 7:30am-9:45am, 11am-10pm
Closed: None

Prices: Tsukemen 850 yen
Atsumori 850 yen
Karatsu (Spicy tsykemen) 950 yen
Chukasoba (Ramen) 700 yen
Other Ramens & Tsukemens from 680 yen

Toppings: Butanose (Extra boiled pork slices) 300 yen
Butahogushi (Broken boiled pork) 150 yen
Ajitama (Seasoned boiled egg) 100 yen
Menma (Seasoned bamboo shoots) 100 yen
Namatamago (Raw egg) 50 yen
Oomori (Extra large noodles) 100 yen
Asatsuke (Morning tsukemen) 630 yen
Asatsuke Set (Morning tsukemen with rice, natto, egg) 810 yen




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