Onomichi Ramen Ichibankan
A restaurant that actually originated from a popular mail order ramen.
Onomichi Ramen specialty restaurant, located in front of Sumiyoshi Shrine along Onomichi Kaigan-dori (coastal road). It is a restaurant that originated from a product, originally sold through mail order, and which became a hot topic of conversation.
The noodles are soup-capturing flat, aged, fresh noodles. Its characteristics include resisting going limp, and being able to enjoy its firmness until the very end. The soup has a rich soy sauce flavor. Small fish from Seto is used as a secret ingredient, to a base with pork, chicken carcass and vegetables. It also has plenty of pork back fat, characteristic of Onomichi Ramen.
The most popular Kakuni Ramen has large soft braised pork belly as well as plenty of vegetables.
For an additional fee, you can increase the size of the dish, and there is also a great value set meal which comes with Gyoza.
An Onomichi Ramen restaurant that originated in mail order. Ramen for souvenirs are also sold at the restaurant.
The most popular Kakuni Ramen is very hearty including a large braised pork belly.
It is a famous restaurant that was previously included in the Michelin Guide book.
It is along Onomichi Kaigan-dori which is a convenient location for tourism.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 2-9-26 Tsuchido, Onomichi City, Hiroshima
- Business Hours
- Fridays ※ Open if it falls on a national holiday
- 700-1,500 yen
- About 10 minutes on foot from JR Sanyo Main Line Onomichi Station
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)