Tel: 81 3 3351 1756
Concierge.com's insider take:
Expect a line (and the possibility that you might have to share a table) weeknights, when local college students and office workers crowd into this lively, casual eatery near Yotsuya Station. It serves heavenly pork-based ramen (called shina shoba) and a menu of Japanese-spun Chinese dishes, such as sparklingly fresh and crunchy jellyfish salad, boiled shrimp, and stir-fried oysters (in season). It's easier to grab a seat at lunch, although the menu is limited at that time of day. Then again, a hearty bowl of the rich, salty ramen—you can hardly see the noodles under the generous slices of pork, hard-boiled egg, sliced green onions, and squares of nori—plus an order of Koya's sara wonton (boiled pork wontons served with a dipping sauce, a dollop of chili paste, and a spray of cilantro), is all you'll need to get you through the rest of the day.
Open Mondays through Saturdays 11:30 am to 10 pm.