Marai Fuko Bishoku is one of the most popular Malaysian restaurants in Tokyo. The restaurant and its owner Elaine are featured in various media from magazines to TV shows. Luka, an apparel shop sales, visits here with her friend and enjoys their signature dishes.
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More About This Area
Ogikubo is a suburban, residential area of Tokyo in Suginami ward, approximately 8 km west of Shinjuku.
Ogikubo is commonly referred to as the birthplace of Tokyo ramen. More specifically, Ogikubo ramen is known for ramen cooked with fish bones instead of pork bones. Exiting from the North side of the station (Kitaguchi) and heading towards the Amanuma neighborhood one comes across many of the famous Ogikubo-ramen-tens.
|Opening Hour||[Tue〜Fri]18:00〜23:00[Sat, Sun]16:30〜23:00|
|Sample Prices||Beer: ¥500〜, Malaysian Coffee: ¥350, Grilled Pork Rib: ¥700, Paper Chicken: ¥500 each, Curry Ramen: ¥700|