Men-ya Shirakawa

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Chuka-soba (ramen) is known as the local gourmet food of Hida-Takayama. A special recommendation is the chuka-soba restaurant Men-ya Shirakawa, frequented by many local people. The menu of this restaurant is limited to chuka-soba, flavored egg, rice and drinks. From this simplicity, we can feel the confidence and commitment in quality the owner has, who has been committed to ramen-making for over 10 years including his apprenticeship. During lunchtime, there are long lines and the restaurant will close as soon as they run out of soup, so make sure to get there early!

Address
56-2 Aioimachi, Takayama-shi, Gifu
Contact No.
+81-577-77-9289
Access
10-min walk from Takayama Station on JR Takayama Main Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-13:30, 21:00-until soup runs out Closed Tuesday (closed irregularly on some Monday nights)
Official Website
http://j47.jp/shirakawa/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): Up to 999 yen*Menu: Chuka-soba (med.) 700 yen, ajitsuke tamago 100 yen, rice 50 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.

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Specialty Soup is Exquisite!

Men-ya Shirakawa's number one commitment is towards its soup, simmered carefully over more than 10 hours! This soup has a chicken broth base flavored with black pepper, has a tingly spiciness within its deep and mellow flavor and is sure to get you hooked with just one sip!

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Chuka-soba's Toppings are Delicious!

The noodles used for the Chuka-soba (med. size, 700 yen) are the thin and curly type that absorb the soup well so that you can thoroughly enjoy the taste of the soup together with the noodles. The flavor-rich and juicy broiled chashu toppings are also exceptionally tasty!

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Recommended Toppings!

Recommended as a topping for the chuka-soba is the flavored boiled egg, ajitsuke tamago. These boiled eggs are characteristic for their firm egg white part with the well-absorbed flavor that wraps around the half-cooked mellow egg yoke and are so delicious you will want to have multiple of them! They go really well with ramen obviously but also with rice (50 yen).

Source:食べログ

Men-ya Shirakawa

Chuka-soba (ramen) is known as the local gourmet food of Hida-Takayama. A special recommendation is the chuka-soba restaurant Men-ya Shirakawa, frequented by many local people. The menu of this restaurant is limited to chuka-soba, flavored egg, rice and drinks. From this simplicity, we can feel the confidence and commitment in quality the owner has, who has been committed to ramen-making for over 10 years including his apprenticeship. During lunchtime, there are long lines and the restaurant will close as soon as they run out of soup, so make sure to get there early!

※ 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

Specialty Soup is Exquisite!

Men-ya Shirakawa's number one commitment is towards its soup, simmered carefully over more than 10 hours! This soup has a chicken broth base flavored with black pepper, has a tingly spiciness within its deep and mellow flavor and is sure to get you hooked with just one sip!

Source:食べログ

Chuka-soba's Toppings are Delicious!

The noodles used for the Chuka-soba (med. size, 700 yen) are the thin and curly type that absorb the soup well so that you can thoroughly enjoy the taste of the soup together with the noodles. The flavor-rich and juicy broiled chashu toppings are also exceptionally tasty!

Source:食べログ

Recommended Toppings!

Recommended as a topping for the chuka-soba is the flavored boiled egg, ajitsuke tamago. These boiled eggs are characteristic for their firm egg white part with the well-absorbed flavor that wraps around the half-cooked mellow egg yoke and are so delicious you will want to have multiple of them! They go really well with ramen obviously but also with rice (50 yen).

Source:食べログ

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