Local Ramen in Kyoto

Kyoto Ramen

Recommended Kyoto Ramen Top3

Local ramen in Kyoto.
Kyoto cuisine is generally light, but “Kyoto ramen” is different.
“Kyoto ramen” is the most savory ramen in the country.
The ramen features straight noodles with lye water.

This article recommend the top 3 “Kyoto’s ramen”.

1. Shinpuku Saikan (新福菜館)

“Shinpuku Saikan” was founded in 1938.
This shop is said to be the source of “Kyoto ramen”.
The color of the soup is black because it is seasoned with dark soy sauce.
It looks savory but it tastes light when you eat it.
This shop is near Kyoto’s Station.
Enjoy Kyoto’s No.1 ramen!

address : 569 Higashishiokōji Mukaihatachō, Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto, 600-8213

2. Honke DaiichiAsahi (本家第一旭)

“Honke DaiichiAsahi” is located next to “Shinpuku Saikan” .
The soup is seasoned with soy sauce and onion with tonkotsu.
medium-thick noodles are soft and chewy.
“Kujo negi” and fresh green bean sprouts are topped.
(“Kujo negi” refers to a kind of long green onion representing Japan.)

address : 845 Higashishiokōji Mukaihatachō, Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto 600-8213

3. Masutani (ますたに)

“Masutani” soup has pork back fat scattered on the surface.
This shop is the origin of back oil ramen.
Soup is chicken gala base soy sauce.
Main shop is close to Ginkakuji temple.
There is also a shop at Kyoto Station.

Main shop address : 26 Kitashirakawa Kubotachō, Sakyō-ku, Kyoto, 606-8266 branch of shop address : 10th floor of Kyoto Station Building, 901 Higashishiokōjichō, Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto 600-8216

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