Specialty: Here is a ramen shop. Their specialty is miso flavor broth and very thick and chewy noodles. I think that the ramen noodles are one of the thickest in Japan. You should try this very unique ramen.
Ramen shop name
It means that Jonny's miso ramen.
This is a miso flavor ramen JONNY-NO-MISO 780 yen
JONNY-NO-MISO Topped with Seasoned Egg 800 yen
ジョニーの味噌 味玉 (Ajitama)
JONNY-NO-MISO Topped with a lot of Vegetables 830 yen
ジョニーの味噌 野菜モリモリ (Yasai-mori-mori)
JONNY-NO-MISO Topped with a lot of Meat 960 yen
ジョニーの味噌 チャーシューモリモリ (Chashu-mori-mori)
JONNY-NO-MISO with Many Kinds of Toppings 1050 yen
ジョニーの味噌 ドッカン (Dokkan)
Thick noodles were very good in texture. They use domestically produced wheat.
This shop uses the meal ticket system. Maybe it is unlikely to include any English information. A picture menu (in Japanese) can be found at the below website. It would be a good idea to check it out before going there.
If you want the same ramen, touch the button that appears at the upper left corner on the touch panel. Next, find the picture of the same ramen.
The boiling time of the very thick noodles cause around a fifteen-minute waiting time to be prepared your food.
Official website (in Japanese)
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Monday and Thursday are closed.
When the noodles and soup are sold out, the shop will close.
- No service fee / No cover charge
- Tax is included in the prices.
- Picture menu in Japanese is available on the ticketing machine.
- No smoking
Photos were taken in 2015 - 2019.
A recommended guest house "toco." near this ramen shop. Check it out.