The 3 Best Ramen in Sakuragawa (Ibaraki)

updated: September 05th, 2023

Introducing recommended ramen restaurants in Sakuragawa City, Ibaraki Prefecture. For information on ramen in Sakuragawa City, look no further.

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    Ramen Hinata

    Ramen Hinata is a Chinese noodle shop located in Iwase, Sakura-gawa City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
     The interior of the shop has spacious counter and table seating, with seating available for up to 12 people.
     The business hours are from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM and from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (last order at 8:00 PM) from Tuesday to Saturday, and from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM on Sundays, although the shop may close early if ingredients run out, so it is recommended to confirm in advance.
     The shop is closed on Mondays, but please note that the business hours and regular holidays may be subject to change, so it is best to contact the shop before visiting.
    One notable feature of this shop is the homemade, high-hydration, thick and curly noodles.
     They use a wheat called "Yumeshihou" from Ibaraki, which gives the noodles a chewy texture.
     The soup is a clear soy sauce-based broth that is characterized by the savory flavors of pork and chicken, combined with a soy sauce dressing made from ingredients such as Rausu kelp.
     There are three types of chashu (sliced pork) available: pork shoulder loin, pork belly, and chicken breast.
     The toppings, such as bamboo shoots, seasoned egg, and kaiware (daikon radish sprouts), are also extensive.
    The chef of this shop is known as the senior apprentice of Hariken, and you can feel the homemade touch in the noodle-making process, which takes place in the noodle room within the shop.
     The shop is highly regarded for its owner's commitment and handmade work.
    Ramen Hinata is a popular shop loved by local people, and the powerful noodles and flavors are definitely worth trying.
     Please visit and experience it for yourself.


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    [Introduction of the Chef]Ryujinmen is a popular ramen restaurant located in Sakuragawa City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
     The restaurant is operated by Teppeindasshukanpanii "Katsuryu," a well-known chain in the area.
     They have a total of 15 stores in the central and western parts of Ibaraki Prefecture, with Ryujinmen being particularly popular.
    [Introduction of the Cuisine]Ryujinmen offers a wide range of menu options, including Tonkotsu Ramen, Chuka Soba, Ramen, and Aged Pork Bone Ramen.
     One highly recommended dish is their handmade Chuka Soba.
     This ramen features thick, curly noodles that are hand-kneaded, paired with a flavorful soup.
     You can also add extra toppings to make the noodles even more filling, perfect for those looking to satisfy their hunger.
    [Introduction of the Restaurant]The interior of Ryujinmen is clean and spacious, with a variety of seating options such as tables, counter seats, and sunken kotatsu-style seating.
     The atmosphere is family-friendly, making it a great place for families to visit.
     The restaurant has a total of 43 seats, so even during peak hours, you can usually find a seat.
     However, please be aware that the access to Ryujinmen may require some consideration as there are limited transportation options.
    Above is the basic information about Ryujinmen.
     If you're looking to enjoy delicious ramen in Ibaraki Prefecture, be sure to visit Ryujinmen (龍神麺)


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    Benbera-an is a ramen shop located in Sakuragawa City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
     The store is housed in a renovated old Japanese-style house and has a cozy atmosphere with a piano and organ.
     The opening hours are from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 8:30 p.m., and the regular holiday is on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (except when Wednesday falls on a public holiday).
     The store has a total of 20 seats, including counter and table seats.
    The signature dish at Benbera-an is the "Tomato Ramen.
    " In addition, they also have various kinds of ramen such as Tantanmen and Italian-inspired ramen.
     Many of their dishes feature tomato-based ingredients and soup, which is a delight for tomato lovers.
    The information about the chef is not displayed in the shop, but it seems that the shop is run by two owners - an old man and an old lady.
    At this shop, you can fully enjoy the flavor of tomatoes in their ramen.
     Especially popular are the Special Tomato Ramen and the Benbera Tomato Tantanmen.
     The soup has a fresh tomato taste, and the noodles have a firm and chewy texture.
     You can also try adding rice to the soup, which creates a tomato-flavored risotto-like taste.
    The shop's atmosphere, menu, and taste have pleased many customers, and it has attracted a lot of repeat visitors.
     In particular, the creamy almond jelly is one of their proud dishes, with a texture similar to pudding.
    Benbera-an is a ramen shop that offers delicious ramen that tomato lovers cannot resist.
     Please visit and try it out.


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