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Spicy cuisine which you may become addictive – ‘Mouko tanmen Nakamoto’

Mouko tanmen Nakamoto (蒙古タンメン 中本) is a Ramen (noodle) restaurant, which is well-liked by young students. The characteristic of this restaurant is not only Ramen but also its Spicy taste. Here you can choose a spicy level from 0 to 10!

By the way, I ordered Gomoku Miso Tanmen which costs 980 yen. I thought that the spiciness of food in Japan was not so hot and ordered ramen with spicy level 8 but I was wrong. It was so hot that I was not able to finish it!


Gomoku miso tanmen (Spicy level 8)

The thick and reddish red soup of ramen was so spicy but also so tasty. It is a recommended shop for those people who love to eat spicy food. There is also a Take-out option for various donburi (a bowl of rice with ingredients on top).
Please try and challenge it once!

Our edition staff got a chance to meet the owner of the restaurant!


Our Chinese edition staff with owner of the restaurant

(Written by: Sunita Waiba)


Restaurant Name Mouko tanmen Nakamoto (蒙古タンメン 中本)
Address B1F 7-8-11, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
TEL 03-3363-3321
Business Hour 11:00-24:00
Closed None
Access 2min walk from “Shinjuku Station” west exit
3min walk from “Seibu Shinjuku Station”

NOTE: Shops information such as price, cuisine contents, opening hours, closing time or additional details may be subject to change, so please be sure to check the latest information directly at the shop.

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