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Aug. 13, 2020 UPDATE
Inoichi - 猪一 -
Traveler Friendly
No English menu.
Menu
Japanese only
Languages spoken
The staff will understand fine if you’re simply placing an order.
4650 41 8.9 14 reviews
Aug. 13, 2020 UPDATE

Inoichi

- 猪一 -
Traveler Friendly
No English menu.
Menu
Japanese only
Languages spoken
The staff will understand fine if you’re simply placing an order.
4650 41 8.9 14 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Refined Ramen with Delicate Chicken Dashi
Located within 10 minutes' walk of the crossing at Shijokawaramachi in Kyoto' s vibrant downtown area, Inoichi specializes in elegantly flavored soups made with chicken dashi stock and seafood flavors. The interior has a relaxed atmosphere and the staff are very approachable. The street that the restaurant is located on has long been a hive for electrical products, with plenty of stores selling games, computers, and other electrical products open for perusal.
1Recommended
Shinasoba(Shiro)
Shinasoba(Shiro) / ¥900
Fragrant ramen made with chicken dashi stock and seafood flavors, including dried "shinachiku " bamboo shoots with a firm yet simultaneously soft texture. Topping it off is a soft-boiled egg with a faint, delicious sweetness.
2Recommended
Torisoba(Kuro)
Torisoba(Kuro) / ¥950
Ramen made with a base of rich soy sauce. Compared to the Shinasoba(Shiro), the soy sauce’s flavor is much richer. Recommended for lovers of strongly flavored ramen.
3Let's Try!
Nomu Salad
Nomu Salad / ¥200
An extremely refreshing juice made with homemade vegetables including spinage, potherb mustard, lemons, and more.
4Let's Try!
Tororo Kombu
Tororo Kombu / Free
Just a little of the Tororo Kombu on your table added to your soup will boost its richness, but take care not to add too much as the flavor might get overpowered.
How to Order


You can order from the menus placed on every table in the restaurant. Just choose the kind of ramen you’d like, followed by the type of soup: "Kuro" (richly-flavored soy sauce) or "Shiro" (light soy sauce.)

- Order Tips -
You can double up your portion of noodles for just an additional 200 yen. Men should find a double portion more than enough, while a regular size should be plenty for women.
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