Kyoto ramen shop
List of Miso in Kyoto
This is a pork bone soy sauce-based Kyoto ramen shop in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City. The side menu such as dumplings and small basket packages is substantial.
Ramen Ten-san is located near Route 1 in Yamashina-ku. They offer soy sauce ramen and miso ramen.
This ramen restaurant is located in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City. Various ramen soups are available, including salt, miso, soy sauce, and niboshi soup. Shio tsukemen (salt ramen) is also delicious.
The Shiogensui of the chain shop of the salt ramen from Osaka opened in Kyoto too. The soup which was taken from a lot of materials such as pork bone and chicken Gala is superb.
It was newly opened at Shugakuin Sakyo-ku and it is "Ramen Suguru". The soy sauce Ramen of homemade noodles is superb.
Rairaitei, who advanced to the ramen battleground Ichijoji. A wide variety of ramen noodles are offered, starting with deep tasting soy sauce.
It is a shop "Shirakaba-sanso" of the Sapporo Ramen in the corner of the noodle alley of Kyoto. This is a shop where you can enjoy authentic miso ramen of Hokkaido in Kyoto.
It’s the branch of the Takabashi Ramen which originated in Kyoto. It’s gives me the greatest satisfaction.
Sugakiya of the Nagoya area chain store. It is a nostalgic taste that I often ate when I was a child. I went to eat after a long time.
Ganjindo Kumagoro is located at the Underground Shopping Mall Porta which is directly linked to the JR Kyoto Station. You will enjoy this place not only for the ramen but also the seafood donburi (a bowl of rice topped with fresh seafoods) and other yummy dishes.
The Kyoto branch of the Tsukemen (dipping soup style) chain restaurant in Tokyo. The Kanto style sweet soy sauce soup is authentic taste.
The Gyoza no Ohsho Takaragaike branch is wide shop, and has a large selection of items. Various kinds of ramen are prepared also.
Tokushima Ramen Todai is known as a miso base ramen, located at the Ramen Koji (the Ramen Theme Park) in the JR Kyoto Station building. You can put as much raw egg in your ramen as you like. They are originally from Tokushima prefecture in Shikoku island.
It is the Kitashirakawa branch of the Gyouza no Ohsho originating in Kyoto. There are various kinds of ramen, and it is provided at a relatively low price.
The Kairikiya is located in the south of the intersection of Kitayama and Shirakawa streets. This restaurant is the original shop. The main ramen is the back fat - soy sauce base ramen.
Iicho is located a little hidden from Kitaoji street in the Shimogamo Sakyo-ku. This is also a famous restaurant of the Kyoto style ramen.