Reimen-ya

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Founded in 1985, Reimen-ya is a long-standing restaurant serving the specialty of Hiroshima, Hiroshima tsukemen. Hiroshima tsukemen is also called "Hiroshima reimen". The firm straight noodles are served with cold, spicy soup made of chili oil. Long time ago, cold noodles were only served during hot season. In fact, this restaurant was the first place that served this specialty all year long. Many regular customers come here to taste the tasty soup that is light yet spicy.

Address
2-9-22 Tokaichi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-82-291-0004
Access
3-min walk from Tokaichimachi station on Hiroden 2 (Miyajima line)
Opening Hours / Holidays
[Mon-Fri]11:00-14:00 (Last order 13:50),17:00-19:00 (Last order at 18:50)[Sat]11:00-14:00 (Last order 13:50) Closed on Sunday and national holidays
Official Website
http://reimenya.com/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person): Lunch from 1,000 yen, Dinner 1,000-2,000 yen*Menu: Hiroshima tsukemen (normal) 970 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

Soup without chemical seasoning or additives

The special soup is cooked from 4 o'clock every morning. It is tasty soup made without any chemical seasoning nor additives. Furthermore, only the best vegetables are purchased every morning, without any preference on their provenance. On the other hand, leeks come from the Prefecture of Hiroshima.

Source:食べログ

"Hiroshima tsukemen" with light and spicy soup

There is only one dish on the menu: "Hiroshima tsukemen" (normal 970 yen/ tax included). The normal portion of cold straight noodles is actually 1.5 times bigger than usual. On top of them, plenty of cooled cabbage, sliced cucumbers, roasted chashu (pork fillet) and leeks are served. The light yet spicy soup is very addictive.

Source:食べログ

Everything is simple, including the menu and the restaurant

This restaurant only has long counter seats. On top of that, there is only "Hiroshima tsukemen" on the menu. You can only choose the portion of noodles, vegetables and toppings. This restaurant is completely devoted to making the great "Hiroshima tsukemen".

Source:食べログ

Reimen-ya

Founded in 1985, Reimen-ya is a long-standing restaurant serving the specialty of Hiroshima, Hiroshima tsukemen. Hiroshima tsukemen is also called "Hiroshima reimen". The firm straight noodles are served with cold, spicy soup made of chili oil. Long time ago, cold noodles were only served during hot season. In fact, this restaurant was the first place that served this specialty all year long. Many regular customers come here to taste the tasty soup that is light yet spicy.

※ 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 without chemical seasoning or additives

The special soup is cooked from 4 o'clock every morning. It is tasty soup made without any chemical seasoning nor additives. Furthermore, only the best vegetables are purchased every morning, without any preference on their provenance. On the other hand, leeks come from the Prefecture of Hiroshima.

Source:食べログ

"Hiroshima tsukemen" with light and spicy soup

There is only one dish on the menu: "Hiroshima tsukemen" (normal 970 yen/ tax included). The normal portion of cold straight noodles is actually 1.5 times bigger than usual. On top of them, plenty of cooled cabbage, sliced cucumbers, roasted chashu (pork fillet) and leeks are served. The light yet spicy soup is very addictive.

Source:食べログ

Everything is simple, including the menu and the restaurant

This restaurant only has long counter seats. On top of that, there is only "Hiroshima tsukemen" on the menu. You can only choose the portion of noodles, vegetables and toppings. This restaurant is completely devoted to making the great "Hiroshima tsukemen".

Source:食べログ

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