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Feb. 07, 2020 UPDATE

Syakariki Honten - Main store

- しゃかりき本店 -
Traveler Friendly
There shouldn't be any problems if you stick to simple English.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Basic English
770 3 --- 0 reviews
Feb. 07, 2020 UPDATE

Syakariki Honten - Main store

- しゃかりき本店 -
Traveler Friendly
There shouldn't be any problems if you stick to simple English.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Basic English
770 3 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
A pioneer of Kyoto Tsukemen
Syakariki is a restaurant, a 10-minute walk from JR Nijo Station, serving Tsukemen, Ramen. This restaurant is known for its seafood Tsukemen, featuring mixed with thick noodles with lots of body. While the Ramen is also good, you should try the Tsukemen if it's your first time here. “Tsukemen” is essentially a type of Ramen in which the noodles and tsukejiru (dipping soup) are kept separate, and the noodles are dipped in the soup before eating, similar to zarusoba. The soup (tsukejiru) is often more strongly flavored than regular ramen. Syakariki is something of a pioneer among Tsukemen restaurants in Kyoto, and is still the most popular of such restaurants. You should definitely pay a visit if you like Tsukemen.
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Details
Open Hours
11am - 12:30am
Reservations
No
Closed
Open everyday
Price range
- ¥1,000
Credit cards
No
Good for
Solo, With Friends
Number of seats
16 seats
Private dining rooms
Nothing
Non smoking / smoking
Non smoking
It gets busy during the afternoon, causing up to 10-15 minute waits. The line goes faster than it looks.
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