Kyoto ramen shop
List of Soy source in Kyoto
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.
Soup restaurant Takara is located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto. This is a ramen shop with a specialty of Kuroshio Ramen, which took dashi with sea bream.
It is an old-fashioned Chinese soba shop "Kyoichi Honten". In addition to the Chinese soba, there is a rich menu of udon, Soba, rice bowl, dessert, etc.
Kitakata Ramen shop in Tohoku Fukushima is opened in Kyoto. Kitakata Ramen is a ramen with a bowl-filled char siu and a pork bone-based salty soup.
It is Hosokawa Hanaya-cho honten that is a restaurant of the back fat chacha soy sauce ramen, and it is a shop that goes the royal road of Kyoto ramen.
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.
Taishoken Kyoto Ramen Koji Shop is a direct store in East Ikebukuro Taishoken. The Tsukemen in Tokyo is available at Kyoto Station.
It was newly opened at Shugakuin Sakyo-ku and it is "Ramen Suguru". The soy sauce Ramen of homemade noodles is superb.
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.
Rairaitei, who advanced to the ramen battleground Ichijoji. A wide variety of ramen noodles are offered, starting with deep tasting soy sauce.
Saika Ramen is located along Route 171. Saika Ramen of vegetable plateful is originated in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture, and is called the Tenri ramen.
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.
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.
Seabura-no-kami, this shop is the name intact back oil ramen shop. The soup of dried anchovy, the back fat and the soy sauce creates an exquisite peculiar taste.
The noodle shop Yuko is a shop of the so-called Kyoto style ramen. You can taste the plain ramen of shellfish soup in this shop.
"Ramen Tohichi" in Gentaku-shita, Kita-ku, Kyoto. It is a very delicious ramen restaurant with a clear chicken soy sauce soup, chicken meat and a unique noodle dish with a homemade noodle.
A ramen restaurant with a history of half a century. This shop was from my school days. There is a chicken gala soy sauce Ramen of the back oil finish system.
I went to Tenkaippin Takeda shop near Kuinabashi subway station. In this tenkaippin you can take as much seasoning as you want.
It is the head office of the Daiichi-asahi ramen which has been competing at bridge near Kyoto station for a long time. It is a shop selling the Orthodox Kyoto ramen of soy pig bone soup.
It’s the branch of the Takabashi Ramen which originated in Kyoto. It’s gives me the greatest satisfaction.
Ginryu is located in Uji city in Kyoto prefecture. They have a variety of soup bases, such as seafood, chicken Paitan, salt-shrimp soup.
The Kanto Ramen restaurant "Jiro Ramen" finally came to Kyoto Ichijoji. I tried to challenge Jiro ramen of the topic.
It could be the origin of the dipping noodle in Kyoto. The rich seafood flavored soup was very unique.
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 ramen shop Chinyu has been running in Kyoto since a long time ago. Here, I would like to introduce the branch located in Shijo Kadono Oji.
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.
Ryusen is in Nagaokakyo city in Kyoto prefecture. Their baked pork is famous. It is a ramen shop for the meat eaters.
Tenkaippin near the Nojo station is quite big and had a lots of table seats. It’s one of my favorite place.
Ebisuya has been opened in Shimogamo, Sakyo-ku. Soy source with Backfat ramen is delicious and the taste and quantity of fried rice is also amazing.
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.
Shiomiya Tonton is particular about salt base soup ramen. They have the elegant salt base soup, and the boiled egg is the best.
The Gyoza no Ohsho Takaragaike branch is wide shop, and has a large selection of items. Various kinds of ramen are prepared also.
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 is one of the large Ramen restaurant chain in Japan. The Kotteri ramen from this branch is as delicious as the original restaurant.
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.
Shinpukusaikan is located near the Takabashi (the Takakura Kosen Bridge) in JR Kyoto Station area. It’s famous for the pork soy sauce base ramen.
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.