Pairon

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Pairon is a well-known ramen shop as an originator of Jajamen, one of the Three Great Noodles of Morioka and signature food in Iwate. Freshly boiled udon is topped with a secret miso sauce, cucumber, and green onions. You can add some ginger, vinegar, Chinese chili oil, and onion to make your original if you like. The noodles mixed with all those toppings tastes so rich and addictive. There are a lot of fans that love this jajamen that hasn’t changed for more than 60 years since the shop’s opening. After eating jajamen, add some hot water that the noodle was boiled in and some eggs into your bowl to make the delicious soup, “Chi-tan-tan” (50 yen)!

Address
5-15 Uchimaru, Morioka-shi, Iwate
Contact No.
+81-19-624-2247
Access
9 minutes' ride on Iwateken Kotsu bus (Morioka Toshin Circular bus "Dendenmushi" that goes counterclockwise) from Morioka Station. Get off at "Kencho-Shiyakusho-mae" and walk for 2 minutes.
Opening Hours / Holidays
Monday-Saturday
9:00-21:00 (L.O.20:40)
Sunday
11:30-18:45
Closed on some days in the middle of August (Obon season) and the beginning of the year.
Official Website
https://tabiiro.jp/gourmet/s/304984-morioka-bairon-honten/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): lunch -1,000 yen, dinner -1,000 yen *Menu: Jajamen (medium) 550 yen, Chi-tan-tan 50 yen *Credit cards accepted

※ 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.

Pairon

Pairon is a well-known ramen shop as an originator of Jajamen, one of the Three Great Noodles of Morioka and signature food in Iwate. Freshly boiled udon is topped with a secret miso sauce, cucumber, and green onions. You can add some ginger, vinegar, Chinese chili oil, and onion to make your original if you like. The noodles mixed with all those toppings tastes so rich and addictive. There are a lot of fans that love this jajamen that hasn’t changed for more than 60 years since the shop’s opening. After eating jajamen, add some hot water that the noodle was boiled in and some eggs into your bowl to make the delicious soup, “Chi-tan-tan” (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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