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Review: I cannot even begin to talk about how much this place rules. But first things first. It is kind of a pain getting to it. However, if your appetite for vegan ramen needs to be satiated at all costs, you may find that your trouble is rightfully rewarded. I don't know which access point (there is a myriad of them!) is best to find it, but once you are in Tokyo Station (a major transit point for local and long distance trains) ask for Keiyo Street which is a strip of stores inside the station. You will need to purchase a ticket to go inside (it makes no sense to me, the foreign tourist who is not boarding any trains, but when in Rome... ) and there is no way around this, I believe it's only about 150 Yen or so, so it isn't all that expensive, for people from the US: think of it as sales tax ;) OR if you're already a passenger connecting through that station just find it before you go past the exit turnstiles. I got the house special which was the Plain T's Tan Tan, the soup was delicious and had a nice peanut taste that expanded with the meatball, which was delicious in flavor and texture. It was absolutely the best Ramen noodles I have ever had and totally worth the price (around 11 USD) as I've had awful overpriced ramen in the US that was not even worth comparing. My only regret was not being able to go back at least one more time. Next time I go I'll be sure to eat there as many times as possible. All in all a great experience, the staff was great (it's hard to go anywhere in Japan and not notice how polite and well mannered everyone is) and I got exactly what I was looking for: tasty traditional Japanese noodles made vegan.