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This popular ramen restaurant in Saitama Prefecture often has a long line. It is known for Torisoba ramen that is served in a sophisticated and rich chicken-based soup. The amazing soup has a rich chicken flavor yet it is very light. A char-grilled chicken thigh is topped on the noodle, and the thin, chewy noodles go very well with the rich soup. You can choose from two types of soup, "assari (light)" or "kotteri (rich)", and they are both very popular. An extra serving of noodle called kaedama is offered for 100 yen.
- 1-8-11 Takasago, Urawa-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama
- Contact No.
- 1-min walk from West Exit, Urawa-Station
- Opening Hours / Holidays
18:00-1:00 next day
*Closes when they run out of soup
Open all year round
- Time Required
- 30 minutes
- Other Information
- Average price per person: from 1,000 yen for lunch and dinner Menu: Assari Torisoba (light chicken noodle) 750 yen, Nouko Torisoba (rich chicken noodle) 840 yen
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A Clear Rich Soup with Bold Chicken Flavor
The clear soup has a rich and deep chicken taste. A flavorful fat from the chicken on the surface accentuates the delicious soup. The soup is sophisticated and has a light and clean finish. You can't get enough of this delicious soup.
Simple yet Concentrated Chicken Flavor: Assari Torisoba
Assari Torisoba (750 yen) is the most basic dish at this restaurant. They use homemade thin, straight noodles that hold the soup very well. The ramen is served with a spice called yuzu kosho which is an aged mixture of green yuzu (type of citrus), chili peppers and salt. You can enjoy a different flavor using this spice.
Thick and Rich: Nouko Torisoba
The Nouko Torisoba (840 yen) has a concentrated chicken flavor making the soup rich and thick. The ramen goes very well with a homemade rayu sauce (chili oil). The dish is very rich, but you will be surprised at its delicate flavor.