Chinrai-ken

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Chinrai-ken is a Chinese restaurant in Kure City, Hiroshima, that was established 60 years ago and was the first restaurant in Kure City to serve Kure-reimen cold noodles. Kure-reimen is a local specialty that uses flat and wide springy-textured noodles covered with an exquisite strong-flavored sauce that has a masterful balance of spicy and sweet. This dish was born in 1955 and has become so popular that people crave these cold noodles even in the heart of winter. As a food with simple flavors, nowadays this dish is well loved all across the country. In addition to the signature dish of Kure-reimen, over 30 other kinds of snacks and dishes can be found on the menu at Chinrai-ken. This is one popular restaurant that draws crowds every day waiting in line for lunch.

Address
4-2-1 Hondori, Kure-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-823-22-3947
Access
15-minute walk from Kure Station on the JR Kure Line・1-minute walk from the Hondori San-chome bus stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30–15:00 *However, the restaurant may close when ingredients sell-out. This often happens between 14:00 and 15:00. Closed on Tuesdays (Open in case of national holiday, then closed the following day)
Official Website
http://www.kure-reimen.com/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average budget (1 person): Afternoon -1,000 yenMenu: Kure-reimen (small) 650 yen (large) 800 yen, Kure-reimen gansu 800 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Restaurant that is the birthplace of the famous Kure-reimen in Kure City, Hiroshima

Kure-reimen which is now known all over the country is originally a specialty of Kure City, Hiroshima. The founder of Chinrai-ken chose flat and wide noodles that go perfect with the original sauce that has a great balance of sweet and spicy while keeping down tastes of sourness. The Kure-reimen made here is sure to get you hooked after only one taste.

Source:食べログ

It’s worth waiting in line! The peerless Kure-reimen

The flat and wide noodles used in the Kure-reimen (small 650 yen, large 800 yen) have a slippery texture while also maintaining a strong and springy body. These noodles become entangled in the sweet and spicy sauce that will get you hooked after only bowl. You can also try adding the original “su-karashi” seasoning made with pickled chili peppers partway through the meal for a whole different taste to enjoy.

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Special summer menu, “Kure-reimen gansu”

The “Kure-reimen gansu” (800 yen) is a special item available only on the summer menu that dishes up generous amounts of vegetables along with Hiroshima’s specialty “gansu” (fried kamaboko fish paste) like a salad. “Gansu” is considered a kind of soul food in Kure City made from a mixing of vegetables and minced fish like sardines that is then fried.

Source:食べログ

Chinrai-ken

Chinrai-ken is a Chinese restaurant in Kure City, Hiroshima, that was established 60 years ago and was the first restaurant in Kure City to serve Kure-reimen cold noodles. Kure-reimen is a local specialty that uses flat and wide springy-textured noodles covered with an exquisite strong-flavored sauce that has a masterful balance of spicy and sweet. This dish was born in 1955 and has become so popular that people crave these cold noodles even in the heart of winter. As a food with simple flavors, nowadays this dish is well loved all across the country. In addition to the signature dish of Kure-reimen, over 30 other kinds of snacks and dishes can be found on the menu at Chinrai-ken. This is one popular restaurant that draws crowds every day waiting in line for lunch.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Restaurant that is the birthplace of the famous Kure-reimen in Kure City, Hiroshima

Kure-reimen which is now known all over the country is originally a specialty of Kure City, Hiroshima. The founder of Chinrai-ken chose flat and wide noodles that go perfect with the original sauce that has a great balance of sweet and spicy while keeping down tastes of sourness. The Kure-reimen made here is sure to get you hooked after only one taste.

Source:食べログ

It’s worth waiting in line! The peerless Kure-reimen

The flat and wide noodles used in the Kure-reimen (small 650 yen, large 800 yen) have a slippery texture while also maintaining a strong and springy body. These noodles become entangled in the sweet and spicy sauce that will get you hooked after only bowl. You can also try adding the original “su-karashi” seasoning made with pickled chili peppers partway through the meal for a whole different taste to enjoy.

Source:食べログ

Special summer menu, “Kure-reimen gansu”

The “Kure-reimen gansu” (800 yen) is a special item available only on the summer menu that dishes up generous amounts of vegetables along with Hiroshima’s specialty “gansu” (fried kamaboko fish paste) like a salad. “Gansu” is considered a kind of soul food in Kure City made from a mixing of vegetables and minced fish like sardines that is then fried.

Source:食べログ

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