Osaka Prefecture × RamenPage: 1/2
Hello, I’m Misano. I would like to share my experience of several singular & superb ramen restaurants I visited during my recent stay in Osaka and Kyoto.
“Kashiya” is a popular ramen restaurant in Osaka.
While it’s a small shop with a mere 8 counter seats, it’s such a popular restaurant that it’s even been featured on TV.
There is a ramen restaurant I have loved for a long time.
Named Ten-Ten, Yu, it's a sister shop to Kyoto's famous flagship, Ten-Ten-Yu.
A lot of regular customers seem to come to this ramen shop every day to enjoy the free Nira Kimchi, a spicy Korean pickled cabbage with Chinese chives (Nira in Japanese).
“Tomato no Sato Shinanoji” in Osaka is an unusual tomato ramen specialty restaurant.
The prices are a bit high, but the ingredients used are of great quality thanks to the craftsman-spirited owner. Other restaurants sell tomato ramen as well, but this restaurant is known as the pioneer of the dish and has many fans.
I’ve visited here before, but I remembered how much I loved the taste and came back!
Men Monogatari Tsunagu is a ramen shop that opened in 2017 in Osaka. It has attracted attention by winning the "Semi-Grand Prix" prize in 2018 New Restaurant Division of the Ultimate Ramen Contest held by the "Pia MOOK Kansai" magazine.
“Ramen Uroko” in Osaka is a popular stop for shio ramen!
They have 4 locations in Osaka Prefecture, and the same great flavors can be had at any of them. I will be introducing the location I visited in Nishinakajima.
Kinguemon, a famous restaurant specializing in shoyu ramen, has its main location in Osaka City.
This incredibly popular restaurant currently has locations not only in Osaka, but in places like Kyoto and Shimane as well.
Interesting and Delicious Ramen at “Chuka Soba Mutahiro,” With Locations in Tokyo and Osaka!Read Later
Mutahiro is a ramen restaurant that’s on the rise, now with 8 locations in Tokyo and Osaka!
This time, I visited their Sakaihigashi location in Osaka. One of their classic dishes is their interestingly-named “Wahaha Niboshi Soba.” When you think of the sound “wahaha,” you typically think of laughter. The restaurant’s owner, an Osaka native, loves to make people smile.