Kyoto ramen shop
List of Kotteri in Kyoto
Saba Ramen Saba Matsuri(CLOSED)520views
The restaurant of the salt pork bone ramen with the carefully selected mackerel from Miyagi Prefecture and Minamisanriku Town opened.
Ramen Konjiki main shop811views
Konjiki is a ramen chain store originated in Kyoto. The selling point of the ramen shop is the chicken white rich soup. The menu of Mazesoba is also substantial.
Ambitious Hana, the tsukemen restaurant (the dipping soup style ramen) is new to Shimogamo in Sakyo-ku. The rich and thick sea food soup is exquisite.
Rairai-Tei Ichijyoji Shop669views
Rairaitei, who advanced to the ramen battleground Ichijoji. A wide variety of ramen noodles are offered, starting with deep tasting soy sauce.
Ra-men Akakage is selling spicy delicious ramen with mild chili peppers in thick vegetable soup. The hotness can also be specified in four stages.
Tenkaippin Takeda shop660views
I went to Tenkaippin Takeda shop near Kuinabashi subway station. In this tenkaippin you can take as much seasoning as you want.
Bishiya which often sees the procession in front of the shop is in Ichijoji which is the ramen battleground district. It is a shop of the sales point that a chic, thick pork bone ramen.
Butanchu is located at Ichijo-ji Kyoto, it’s famous for the rich Tonkotsu (pork base) soup ramen. It’s also very attractive that you can choose from nine different kind of noodles.
Heavy ramen is Ramen Akihide's selling point. Instead of being open every day, the business day is a strange style shop that is known on Twitter.
It could be the origin of the dipping noodle in Kyoto. The rich seafood flavored soup was very unique.
Taishoken Chiyoharaguchi shop576views
The Kyoto branch of the Tsukemen (dipping soup style) chain restaurant in Tokyo. The Kanto style sweet soy sauce soup is authentic taste.
When I thought about eating ramen, Tanpopo ramen was the first restaurant I thought of. The red pepper and the melt in the mouth roasted pork fillets are very impressive.
Tenkaippin Nijo station shop1,006views
Tenkaippin near the Nojo station is quite big and had a lots of table seats. It’s one of my favorite place.
Tenkaippin Kujo shop796views
The famous Kotteri ramen of the Tenkaippin is located at the Nishioji-Kujo too. This branch keeps the taste of the original restaurant very well.
Hakattako faithfully reproduces the taste of authentic Hakata's Tonkotsu (pork base) soup ramen. It seems that the ramen from Hakattako has better taste than the ramen restaurants in Hataka city. Also you are able to add noodles to the remaining soup, known as the Hakata Specialty Kaedama.
Gyoza no Ousho Takaragaike shop417views
The Gyoza no Ohsho Takaragaike branch is wide shop, and has a large selection of items. Various kinds of ramen are prepared also.
Gyoza no Osho Kitashirakawa shop313views
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.
Tenkaippin Imadegawa shop513views
Tenkaippin is one of the large Ramen restaurant chain in Japan. The Kotteri ramen from this branch is as delicious as the original restaurant.
Tenkaippin Kitashirakawa main shop1,787views
It's the first Tenkaippin Restaurant, one of the large ramen restaurant chain in Japan. It's famous for very thick and flavorful, but a healthy chicken base soup.