The 5 Best Ramen in Narashino (Chiba)

updated: August 22th, 2023

Discover popular ramen shops in Narashino City, Chiba. Perfect for ramen lovers in Chiba, find your next favorite bowl of noodles here.

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    [Store Information]Store Name: RAMENCASE-KAddress: 1-16-18 Plaza Gremio 1F, Higashikubo, Narashino-shi, ChibaBusiness Hours: Wed-Sat 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; Sun 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM; Closed on Mondays and TuesdaysAccess: 5-minute walk (292m) from Keisei Higashikubo StationNumber of Seats: 16 seats[Chef Introduction]The chef responsible for the dishes at RAMENCASE-K is not specifically mentioned, but it is assumed to be the chef from the affiliated restaurant "Case-K".
     Detailed information is unknown, but they are known for their meticulous and delicious ramen, particularly their soup made from chicken.
    [Dish Introduction]RAMENCASE-K primarily offers ramen made with chicken.
     The soup is a clear broth made exclusively from chicken, with a sharp soy sauce flavor and a rich taste.
     The noodles are thin and firm with low water content, perfectly complementing the soup.
     Toppings include chicken chashu, pork thigh chashu, thick menma, and a soft-boiled egg, resulting in a ramen dish that is consistently well-executed.
    [Store Introduction]RAMENCASE-K is a ramen shop located in Narashino City, Chiba Prefecture.
     The interior of the shop is simple and clean, with a total of 16 seats available at the counter and tables.
     Business hours vary, with lunch and dinner service on weekdays and only lunch service on Sundays.
     Accessibly, it is a 5-minute walk from Keisei Higashikubo Station.
     The area surrounding the shop is a fiercely competitive ramen district, and RAMENCASE-K has earned a good reputation among them.
     Please note that the store's regular holidays and business hours may change, so it is recommended to contact the store before visiting.


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    EISHORAMEN, located in Tsudanuma, Chiba, is a ramen shop.
     The interior of the shop exudes a nostalgic ambiance, featuring an L-shaped counter seating arrangement.
     Though the establishment is small, the cozy atmosphere allows for a pleasant dining experience.
     The signature dish of the shop is their Niboshi Ramen - a flavorful broth filled with the aroma of dried sardines.
     The soup has just the right amount of saltiness, and personally, I enjoyed the soy sauce undertones.
     The noodles are mostly straight and medium-thick, complementing the soup with their smooth texture.
     Toppings such as the chashu and menma are also delicious, contributing to a well-balanced Niboshi Ramen overall.
     The shop has 13 seats, all located at the counter.
     Access to the shop is a 5-minute walk from Keisei Tsudanuma Station or a 15-minute walk from Tsudanuma Station on the JR Sobu Line.
     Simply head south along Chiba Institute of Technology, turn left at the post office corner, take a right at the end, and the shop will be on your left.
     Offering a reasonably priced and well-balanced Niboshi Ramen, EISHORAMEN is definitely worth a visit.


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    [JINRIKISEN - Chiba-style Ramen Man-powered Ship]Located in Nara City, Chiba Prefecture, JINRIKISEN is a beloved spot for locals and ramen enthusiasts alike, offering irresistibly delicious ramen bowls.
     The cozy restaurant has 17 seats, including counter and table seating, catering to both individuals and larger groups.
    The highlight of JINRIKISEN is its Chiba-style ramen, featuring a rich broth made from pork bones, chicken, kelp, dried fish, and aromatic vegetables.
     The soup is enhanced with homemade chili oil for added spiciness.
     Customers can customize their orders, choosing the flavor, noodle portion, spiciness level, type of rice porridge, and various toppings.
    One particularly popular choice is the Chiba-style ramen with curry-infused rich soup and plenty of chicken meat.
     The noodles are sourced from Asakusa Kaikaro, renowned for their medium-thick, chewy texture that pairs perfectly with the soup.
     Toppings include chicken, diced onions, cabbage, red chili threads, pork fat, and garlic, adding extra satisfaction to each bite.
    After finishing the ramen, customers can enjoy egg rice porridge, among other options.
     The customizable combinations of JINRIKISEN's Chiba-style ramen are truly enticing and will leave you wanting to come back for more.
    Located just a 5-minute walk from Keisei Okubo Station, JINRIKISEN is easily accessible.
     Visit this charming ramen spot and indulge in the delectable Chiba-style ramen experience.


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    EISHORAMENTAKUMI, located in Tsudanuma, Chiba Prefecture, is a ramen restaurant.
     The opening hours are from 11:00 to 21:00 and there are no scheduled closing days, but it is advisable to check with the store in case of changes.
     The restaurant is just a 3-minute walk from Tsudanuma Station and a 1-minute walk from Shin-Tsudanuma Station.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy delicious ramen with a base of fish, such as shoyu ramen or aji dashi ramen.
     The appeal of the food goes beyond its deliciousness, as the restaurant is also known for its cleanliness.
     Although there is no dedicated parking lot as it is located in a commercial building, it is convenient to stop by while shopping.
    A notable point is the rich aroma of the fish-based soup and its perfect balance with the noodles.
     The soup is made with dried sardines and aji dashi, which brings out the sweetness and umami, making it easy to drink.
     The noodles are thin and complement the soup well, enhancing the overall flavor.
    In addition, the toppings such as chashu (sliced pork) and menma (seasoned bamboo shoots) are excellent, with the menma being particularly praised for its soft and pleasant texture.
     The other menu items are also intriguing, and I am looking forward to trying the cold ramen next time.
    EISHORAMENTAKUMI is a must-visit restaurant when in the Tsudanuma Station area.
     Delicious ramen and a clean interior await you.


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    Ramen Kaizan, located in Yatsu, Narashino City, Chiba Prefecture, is a popular local ramen shop.
     The shop has only counter seats, with a total of 15 seats available.
     Operating hours are from 8:00 to 1:00 the following day, Tuesday through Sunday.
     The shop is closed on Mondays, and if it falls on a national holiday, the following day will be closed.
     The recommended mode of transportation to the shop is a 13-minute walk from JR Sobu Line Higashi-Funabashi Station South Exit.
    KAIZAN is known for its well-balanced noodles and soup.
     The light tonkotsu soup perfectly matches the satisfying texture of the noodles, making it easy to eat.
     The toppings consist of chashu (sliced pork), wakame seaweed, nori (seaweed), and negi (green onion), with the thick chashu receiving particular praise for its flavorful taste.
     The generous amount of negi is a delight for green onion lovers.
    In addition to ramen, there is a wide range of menus available, such as chashu donburi (rice bowl) and menma ramen.
     The chashu donburi, made with chashu, is especially recommended.
     It is known for its generous portion size and delicious taste.
     With its well-balanced flavors and a steady stream of customers, KAIZAN has become a popular ramen shop.
    Information about the chef was not provided, so details are unknown.
     However, with a history of over 30 years, KAIZAN has clearly won the hearts of many people.


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