Mellow tonkotsu and soy sauce ramen with an aromatic whiff of seafood
Bishiya is a ramen restaurant located a 4-minute walk from the Eizan Electric Railway Ichijoji Station. Even in Ichijoji, the site of fierce competition among ramen restaurants, it boasts top class popularity, and it is the most famous restaurant in Kyoto where you can enjoy "Iekei Ramen".
Iekei Ramen is a type of Japanese ramen that originated in Yokohama. It refers to ramen composed of a rich tonkotsu (pork bone) and soy sauce soup with firm, thick noodles, char siu pork, spinach, and nori seaweed.
Bishiya’s specialty is this rich tonkotsu and soy sauce ramen, of course. The main features of its flavor are an ultra-rich soup packed with the savory flavor of pork and a chicken and seafood dashi broth with a contrasting polished aftertaste and delicate aroma.
The restaurant is lined with chic furniture beyond the counter, and has a stylish atmosphere that is welcoming to women.