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Are service animals allowed in this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have fixed grab bars for the toilets in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have one or more accessible parking spaces? These spaces include a wide access aisle, an accessible route to the building, and identified signage.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer braille menu or QR codes for guests with visual impairments?YesNoUnsure
Are emotional support animals allowed at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer large print menus for guests with visual impairments?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have an adapted menu for customers with dietary intolerances?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
From the thousand-year history of Kyoto to the thousand winds in the sky, we present an unforgettable taste carefully prepared for each and every one of our customers. In line with our store’s concept of Health-Conscious Ramen, we present quality ingredients and a delicious taste in every bowl. Our ingredients are natural and safe, and our tonkotsu (pork-based) soup comes in four delicious varieties: the slightly salty Shio, the soy sauce-based Shoyu, our Miso flavor-based ramen, and our Spicy Miso-based ramen. Also on offer are ramen dishes such as our seafood-based Sen no Shio; the seafood/soy sauce-based Kii Soba; and our pork-free, delightfully simple Su Ramen. Please feel free to leisurely…
$8 - $17
Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Table Service
Research opening times before going. The place fills up fast, you may need to get a ticket and come back at an allocated time.
Saying that it was worth the wait. Ramen was beautiful and close to the best I've had. The quiet and intimate...More
Waited almost two hours (1.50 to be exact) even though the waiting time was supposed to be about 35 minutes. I would understand if the line was huge but there were a total of 6 “tables” before me, and one did not even show up....More
Even if they claim the wait is under half an hour it will be well over an hour. The hostess will be rude and the food will be bland and boring. Other reviewers are crazy this place is not worth waiting 10 minutes.
Visited this restaurant twice during my stay in Kyoto. The staff are very friendly. The wait can be long but it is worth it. I advise getting into the queue before 7. The quality of the pork is amazing. It just melts in your mouth....More
We had aimed to go to another ramen restaurant but once we got there there was a massive wait. We took a short walk and found this great place. Quick and easy tasty ramen! Also great to not be the only westerners there!
We were in Kyoto for 4 days and went here twice. Definitely last meal - type ramen. Good gyoza as well. Cool shop owners and very popular. Take a ticket when you get there and stay for the wait - you won’t be sorry!
I ate a lot of ramen when I travelled around Japan, all of which was good, this one was my favourite. If I ever find myself back in Kyoto I would want to eat here again. The broth and quality of the ingredients were all...More
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Yes they do! They have a soy milk- and kelp-based soup broth. There is also a miso-version. However I don't know if they use dashi in the miso-based soup. Just make sure to tell them that you want a vegetarian version.