Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta
In 2016, Tsuta had the honor of being the world’s first Michelin-star
ramen restaurant. Chef Yuki Onishi, who likes experimenting with
flavors and ingredients, pours heart and soul into his mouthwateringly
unique creations. A fresh take on a classic ramen broth, Tsuta’s
bestselling shoyu (soy sauce) ramen—Onishi’s signature dish—is infused
with truffle oil, and it has a touch of balsamic truffle cream.
Everything on the menu is MSG-free, including the noodle-and-soup
packets that you can take home as a souvenir.
Note that a numbered ticket is required to dine at Tsuta during lunchtime. As early as 7:00, you can visit the restaurant to get a ticket (1,000-yen deposit required) and return at a designated time.