NileGuide Expert Says:
A jewel of the Kan-nana Dori ramen drag, not to be missed by anybody looking for some old-school Tokyo noodles.
The prestigious Ramen Database ramen ranking website (/) has great things to say about Ramen Fukumori (中華そば ふくもり): 30th in Tokyo for tsukemen (ramen noodles and soup served separately) and 26th for its shoyu (soy sauce) based soup. It's one of the definite jewels of the Kan-nana Dori ramen drag, and is not to be missed by anybody wishing to try Tokyo-style noodles.
The interior is pleasant and downright spacious by ramen joint standards, with a tatami room to boot. The staff is friendly and helpful, although you should order from the ticket vending machines at the entrance. Unfortunately, there are no pictures, so you'll have either have to brush up on your kanji reading abilities or ask the staff for help. It could be as easy as asking for tsukemen or shoyu ("tsukebuto" or "chukasoba," on the menu).