Japanese ramen chain Ichiran is probably the first eatery most Singaporeans chiong to after they land in Japan.

The casual restaurant is famous for its customisable bowls of hearty tonkotsu ramen served by anonymous waiters hidden behind screen doors, and private single-pax seats that are perfect for the anti-social. It's so popular, some outlets like its Shinjuku, Tokyo branch is open 24 hours.

Originally from Fukuoka (it has a massive seven-storey building there that’s basically a ramen temple), Ichiran also has international outlets in Hong Kong, Taiwan and New York.

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