Onomichi Ramen Tani

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Onomichi Ramen Tani is a popular ramen restaurant with an unbeatable location in a building just a minute’s walk from the JR Onomichi Station in Hiroshima. This Hiroshima restaurant is well known for Onomichi City’s famous “Onomichi ramen” which is a local specialty ramen that has a light soy sauce based soup and generous amounts of pork back-fat floating on top. Tani’s Onomichi ramen’s soy sauce based soup is richer than the average with a little more fat, but the ramen has a great reputation for its refreshing flavor. All of the seating in the restaurant is at the counter so even ladies coming alone can enter casually and the turn-around of customers is also quick so can get your bowl of noodles in a hurry and head out quickly if you like.

Address
1-7 Higashigosho-cho, Onomichi-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-848-23-7800
Access
1-minute walk from the JR Onomichi Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00–21:00 (Last order 20:50) Closed on Thursdays and every 4th Friday of the month
Official Website
http://www.onomichiramen-tani.com/
Other Information
*Average budget (1 person): Lunch -1,000 yen, dinner -1,000 yenMenu: Onomichi ramen 600 yen including tax, higawari teishoku (daily special set) 800 yen including tax

※ 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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Soup made with great time and effort

The soup of the ramen is made by boiling together soy sauce and a seafood stock along with chicken and pork bones making for a deep flavor that is far lighter than it looks. In order to be able to provide the same high quality with every bowl of noodle, the soup is made with great time and effort focusing on every little detail even including the purity of the water used.

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Hiroshima’s specialty “Onomichi ramen” that’s simple yet full of flavor

Without a doubt, the signature dish at Tani is the “Onomichi ramen” (600 yen including tax). In addition to the deep flavored soup made from boiling the stock of small fish along with chicken and pork bones, generous amounts of large chunks of pork back-fat are added making for a sweet and rich flavor. The slightly thin but strong noodles make for a great balance with the soup and go wonderful with the simple toppings of chashu (sliced roasted pork), green onions, and bamboo shoots.

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Lots of side menu items and set meals! Check out the popular daily special set

There are also lots of side menu items available at Tani like chahan (fried rice), karaage (fried chicken), gyoza (pot stickers) and tonkatsu (fried pork cutlet) as well as the super popular “higawari teishoku” (daily special set) that comes with a variety of delicious side dishes (800 yen including tax). There are also lots of Onomichi ramen sets to go with noodles that add sides like rice, small sides, salads, and rice bowls offering massive volume for affordable prices.

Source:食べログ

Onomichi Ramen Tani

Onomichi Ramen Tani is a popular ramen restaurant with an unbeatable location in a building just a minute’s walk from the JR Onomichi Station in Hiroshima. This Hiroshima restaurant is well known for Onomichi City’s famous “Onomichi ramen” which is a local specialty ramen that has a light soy sauce based soup and generous amounts of pork back-fat floating on top. Tani’s Onomichi ramen’s soy sauce based soup is richer than the average with a little more fat, but the ramen has a great reputation for its refreshing flavor. All of the seating in the restaurant is at the counter so even ladies coming alone can enter casually and the turn-around of customers is also quick so can get your bowl of noodles in a hurry and head out quickly if you like.

※ 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

Soup made with great time and effort

The soup of the ramen is made by boiling together soy sauce and a seafood stock along with chicken and pork bones making for a deep flavor that is far lighter than it looks. In order to be able to provide the same high quality with every bowl of noodle, the soup is made with great time and effort focusing on every little detail even including the purity of the water used.

Source:食べログ

Hiroshima’s specialty “Onomichi ramen” that’s simple yet full of flavor

Without a doubt, the signature dish at Tani is the “Onomichi ramen” (600 yen including tax). In addition to the deep flavored soup made from boiling the stock of small fish along with chicken and pork bones, generous amounts of large chunks of pork back-fat are added making for a sweet and rich flavor. The slightly thin but strong noodles make for a great balance with the soup and go wonderful with the simple toppings of chashu (sliced roasted pork), green onions, and bamboo shoots.

Source:食べログ

Lots of side menu items and set meals! Check out the popular daily special set

There are also lots of side menu items available at Tani like chahan (fried rice), karaage (fried chicken), gyoza (pot stickers) and tonkatsu (fried pork cutlet) as well as the super popular “higawari teishoku” (daily special set) that comes with a variety of delicious side dishes (800 yen including tax). There are also lots of Onomichi ramen sets to go with noodles that add sides like rice, small sides, salads, and rice bowls offering massive volume for affordable prices.

Source:食べログ

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