Spiciest Ramen in Japan


My favorite ramen shop. It’s got 5 levels of spicy ramen. I personally love this place and visit every time I’m in the area. Often my Tokyo trips include 3 or 4 visits here. It is a unique and flavorful variation of the popular noodle dish that is known for its rich and savory broth, tender noodles, and flavorful toppings.

The top level is essentially Hell Ramen, or Mugen Ramen. Gomaryu Ramen is a delicious and satisfying spicy ramen that is enjoyed near Shin-Okubo station. If you are a fan of rich, savory broths and flavorful noodles, Gomaryu Ramen is definitely worth trying.

Mouko Tanmen Nakamoto

I think of this ramen more like a thick soup paste than a good ramen. But that’s the style here.

See also: Top Ramen Shops in Tokyo

See also: The Many Flavors of Ramen

Comparison to Non-Spicy Ramen

A regular bowl of non-spicy ramen for comparison.

Spicy ramen is a whole different experience from regular non-spicy ramen. While both are enjoyed for their warm and comforting flavors, they differ in their level of spiciness and the types of flavors they offer.

Spicy ramen typically contains chili peppers or spicy sauces that give it a bold, fiery flavor. This type of ramen is usually enjoyed by those who have a taste for spicy food and are looking for a dish that packs a punch. The heat from the spices can create a warming sensation in the mouth and throat, making it a popular choice during cold weather. In addition to spiciness, spicy ramen also tends to have a more complex flavor profile that includes hints of sweetness. There are some kinds I don’t like, however, such as the black broth, which I think is distracting.