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The thick chicken and pork bone broth simmered for 8 hours that even connoisseurs will be impressed with.

Ramen restaurant in front of Keihan Fushimi Inari Station. The chicken and pork bone broth is simmered for 8 hours to blend into the bone marrow without any fat or chemical seasonings, and stirred at 5-minute intervals during the last hour of simmering to prevent it from burning. The homemade noodles that go well with this rich soup are made of low-moisture noodles with egg white and made of domestic wheat flour.


In addition to chicken tonkotsu (pork bone broth), the restaurant also offers side dishes such as Wagyu shoyu ramen noodles with a delicious beef bone broth, pork bowls for 600 yen, and gyoza (Chinese dumpling) sets for 450 yen.


Toritonkotsu Ramen: 980 yen. Topped with oven-roasted pork chutney, kujo-negi onions, and bamboo shoots. All toppings are available for ¥1,300, including an egg and six pieces of chow mein.

Ramen: The sun will rise again

  • Rahmen
  • 38-15 Fukakusa Ichinotsubo-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • A short walk from Keihan "Fushimi Inari" station
  • Tel. 075-642-5705
  • 11:00-15:00
  • Closed on Wednesdays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room 1 parking lot
  • https://ramenhiwamatanoboru.com/
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