Chow Rundown: Morizumi

Morizumi is located towards the end of a hill of residential buildings and small restaurants. Both interior and exterior design looks nothing like a ramen restaurant (more like an Italian café) which might seem off-putting to people who want authentic ramen shops. However, don’t let that stop you from trying out their food! What I absolutely loved about this place is the open kitchen. There’s nothing better than seeing your food freshly prepared in front of you.


Morizumi Map

10 minute walk from Myogadani station, accessed by Marunouchi line.

4-15-13 Koishikawa
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

Open all week except on Tuesdays.
11:30 AM to 03:00 PM
05:30 PM to 10:00 PM


Myogadani (residential and small commercial district)


Traditional Ramen




Casual Family Dinner


They only have a couple of food options. I opted for their gyoza and traditional shoyu ramen with chasu.

Morizumi GyozaI’m a huge gyoza eater and this is one of the best ones I’ve tasted so far in Tokyo. Their gyoza is steamed and not fried like usual. I did not care for the shredded cabbage on top, but it might act as a salad for some.

Ramen MorizumiA lot of people would be turned off by their ramen as it tastes less like Japanese ramen and more like the Chinese version. I still loved it, and would recommend to try.


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