The 3 Best Ramen in Hitachi (Ibaraki)

updated: September 10th, 2023

Discover popular ramen restaurants in Hitachi City, Ibaraki. Experience rich and flavorful pork soba noodles.

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    Shirakawa Chuka Soba Nakamura

     Shirakawa Chuka Soba Nakamura is located in Suwa-cho, Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
     It is open for lunch from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM and for dinner from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
     However, they may close once they sell out, so it is recommended to visit earlier.
     The restaurant is closed on Wednesdays, but please note that the opening hours and closing days may vary, so it is advisable to contact the restaurant before visiting.
     The nearest transportation option is Tsuchiura-Taga Station, which is approximately 1,472m away.
     The restaurant has limited seating, making it suitable for smaller groups.
     The chef at Shirakawa Chuka Soba Nakamura, formerly an apprentice at Torai Shokudo, is renowned as a member of the Torai group of restaurants.
     They serve Shirakawa Ramen, known for its rich and creamy soup with shimmering chicken oil.
     The handmade noodles have a chewy texture, and the dish is topped with chashu pork, bamboo shoots, seaweed, spinach, naruto fish cake, and green onions.
     The restaurant has 6 counter seats and 2 two-person tables, making it suitable for smaller groups.
     The signature dish at Shirakawa Chuka Soba Nakamura is their visually stunning Shirakawa Ramen.
     The soup base is soy sauce-based, with a glistening layer of chicken oil on top, giving it a rich flavor.
     The handmade noodles have a chewy texture.
     The toppings include chashu pork, bamboo shoots, seaweed, spinach, naruto fish cake, and green onions.
     There is also an optional topping of finely chopped onions available for an additional fee.
     With every bite, you can taste the sharpness of the soy sauce, accompanied by the delicious umami flavor of the chicken.
     It is a bowl of ramen that allows you to fully savor the taste of Shirakawa Ramen.


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    Yondaime Mujaki

    Yondaime Mujaki is a ramen shop located in Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
     The shop has six branches, offering both refreshing and rich ramen options.
     The Ebi Salt Ramen, in particular, is known for its refreshing taste and strong shrimp-based broth, topped with thick slices of chashu.
     The restaurant has a seating capacity of 56, with tables available for up to six people.
     Opening hours are from 11:00 to 14:30 for lunch and from 17:00 to 21:00 for dinner.
     The shop is also open on Sundays, though there may be occasional temporary closures, so please check beforehand.
     To access the shop, it is approximately a 17-minute walk from Tokiwadaga Station, and there are also bus services operated by Ibaraki Kotsu (formerly Hitachi Transport Services).
     Yondaime Mujaki offers various limited edition menu items, including the summer-exclusive chilled Niboshi Abura Tsukemen and Mujaki Black.


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    Taiseiken is a ramen restaurant located in Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
     The store is located in Minato-cho, Hitachi City, and the opening hours are from 11:30am to 2:30pm and from 5:30pm to 9:30pm (until 8:30pm on Sunday evenings).
     However, please note that the opening hours and regular holidays may change, so be sure to check before visiting.
    As a means of transportation, it is about a 2,347m walk from Ohmika Station on the JR Joban Line.
     The number of seats in the store is not specified, but there is a possibility that there are no seats, so it may be a standing-style shop.
    Taiseiken's cuisine is mainly pork soba.
     The pork soba is voluminous and you can add toppings such as vegetables, garlic, and fat.
     There are also special pork soba and hiyamori (cold) menu options.
     The soup of the pork soba is rich and has a good compatibility with the chewy noodles.
    Information about the chef is not specifically mentioned, but Taiseiken's ramen is well liked by many people.
     The store is often crowded, and there may be a queue, so please be aware of the waiting time when visiting.


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