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Hacchan Ramen

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Japanese: Ramen

Hacchan Ramen Description

Hacchan Ramen is one of the premier ramen establishments in Fukuoka. This eatery offers the quintessential Japanese dining experience that many international visitors associate with the cultural portrayals in movies and dramas. The ambiance is reminiscent of traditional Japanese settings, providing an authentic atmosphere that complements the exceptional culinary offerings.
The standout dish here is the ramen, which boasts a depth of flavor so profound that it feels like an entire pig was used to create the broth. Complementing this is the homemade, ultra-thin flat noodles that harmonize perfectly with the rich broth. For those looking to diversify their meal, the restaurant also offers oden and dumplings that pair well with alcohol, making it an ideal destination post a drinking session.
Though Hacchan Ramen is an older establishment, it continues to draw in large crowds. It's not uncommon to find lines outside, but the efficient service ensures quick turnover. The ramen might seem hefty at first glance, but the light, thin noodles ensure it's a balanced meal. It's a place many vow to revisit when in Fukuoka. Given the myriad of ramen shops in the city, the enduring popularity of Hacchan Ramen is a testament to its unparalleled quality.

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Hacchan Ramen Overview


1 Chome-1-27 Shirogane, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka 810-0012


+81 (0) 92-521-1834


3 minutes walk from Nishitetsu Yakuin Station and Yakuin Station on the Nanakuma Subway Line

Operating Hours

Mon-Sat: 18:00-2:00
Sun: Closed

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Hacchan Ramen Reviews

Hacchan Ramen Google Average Rating



Translated from Japanese:
This is what I expect from Japan. The food, the customers, the atmosphere were just what we saw from Japanese movie or drama. I often do not search for restaurants since the ones on the internet are full of tourists. So I like going to random restaurants for the meal and this was the place. Ramen was so deep in flavour as if a person would believe that whole pig was inside. Fantastic experience, thanks to this restaurant.


Translated from Japanese:
A rich and delicious pork bone soup with plenty of fat that you can drink to the last drop. Homemade flat ultra-thin noodles that go well with it.

Even just ramen.
While poking oden 🍢 and dumplings 🥟 with alcohol, ramen 🍜 but 🆗👍
After drinking, the best ramen shop.

Easy access from Tenjin, Nakasu and Hakata stations.
About 3 minutes on foot from Nishitetsu Yakuin Station.

If you like Honmon's pork bones, the soup here is unbearable


Translated from Japanese:
Along Yakuin Odori. A small shop in a row of old restaurants between Yakuin Station and Watanabe-dori Station. Fukuoka's tonkotsu ramen is popular with a constant stream of customers. In a nutshell, this is a shop for seniors. It has a strong salty taste, which makes me want to order a second serving. Strong style of Fukuoka pork bones.

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