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Japanese: Ramen


Kamakura Taishoken Description

Located near Enoshima Station in Kanagawa, Kamakura Taishoken is a hidden gem for ramen and tsukemen enthusiasts. This cozy restaurant stands out for its authentic flavors and traditional Japanese decor, transporting diners to the heart of Kamakura's culinary scene. The menu boasts a variety of tantalizing options, from rich and savory tsukemen to flavorful ramen bowls, all crafted with precision and care.

What sets Kamakura Taishoken apart is its dedication to quality ingredients and meticulous preparation. Each dish is a work of art, showcasing the chef's expertise and passion for Japanese cuisine. The restaurant's warm ambiance and friendly staff create a welcoming atmosphere for guests to savor every bite. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or new to Japanese noodles, Kamakura Taishoken promises a memorable dining experience that will leave you craving more. Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in a culinary journey through Kamakura's finest offerings at this charming eatery.

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Kamakura Taishoken Overview

Address

3-chōme-17-3 Koshigoe, Kamakura, Kanagawa 248-0033

Phone

+81 (0) 467-33-3113

Access

4 minute walk from Enoshima Station.
5 minute walk from Koshigoe Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-7:30PM
Mon: 11:30AM-2:45PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 11:30AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-7:30PM
Thur: 11:30AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-7:30PM
Fri: 11:30AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-7:30PM
Sat: 11:30AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-7:30PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Kamakura Taishoken Reviews

Kamakura Taishoken Google Average Rating

4.1

5

Google
Greats prices, great food, and friendly locals. Can't recommend this place enough.

No English menu, but there are some pictures.

5

Google
Great noodles.

4

Google
Head here to Kamakura Taishoken for salt replenishment❗️

There are four main menu items: Chinese soba (soy sauce), salt ramen, Ago soup ramen, and mori soba.
I don't like tsukemen, so I choose ramen.
When I decided to try soy sauce, I discovered that there was a menu called ``Special Ramen'' on one of the buttons on the ticket vending machine! ️
I'll probably post them all.
It is unclear whether the soup is soy sauce, salt, or chin soup stock.

I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of soup it comes with.

It arrived in a fairly large bowl.
The soup tastes like soy sauce but has a seafood flavor.
It also has a refreshing sweetness from the fat.
Soup is delicious!! ️

The noodles are thick and chewy.
It's worth eating.

The special ramen included everything.
The normal version of the egg is half boiled with the yolk, but in addition to that, it also comes with a flavored egg with a runny yolk, and if you get a large serving of seaweed, green onion, and shinachiku, you'll also get 3 slices of chashu! ️

My friend ordered chashu toppings, and compared to that chashu topping, it might be a little thinner.
If you like chashu, please choose the chashu topping.

It's delicious even though you can sit down right away, so please try saying it even if it's a little walk from Enoshima station! ️

5

Google
We visited in early February 2024.
I ordered the seafood ramen with chin soup stock. Seafood ramen for the first time in a while.
The soup had a nice aroma and went well with the medium-thick noodles, and it was very delicious! I was impressed by the care and attention to detail that the chef was making. It has become one of the stores I want to visit again!

4

Google
[Kamakura Taishoken]
After visiting a general hospital in Kamakura City, I couldn't find the right time to go to this store, so I decided to go there this time! Fortunately, the coin parking opposite was empty♪

So I entered the store around 12:46.
4 customers first, 3 customers after.

When I entered the store, I used the ticket vending machine on the right to select the Ago seafood ramen (950 yen) and the flavored egg (120 yen), both of which were recommended by my high school senior.

After taking a seat on the far right side of the counter, I handed over my meal ticket and waited for it to be served.

While I was waiting, a colored paper on the counter suddenly caught my eye. It was handwritten by Kazuo Yamagishi, the founder of Higashiikebukuro Taishoken. Thank you (-person-)✨

And soon a huge bowl arrived!!
Even before I eat it, the smell of the fish and seafood stimulates my nostrils.

The soup is of course piping hot, and the flavor of Ago (flying fish), also known as the third soup stock, is fused with seafood! Hmm, I can't help it.

Homemade noodles have a lot of noodles, are easy to slurp, and taste great down the throat. The menma and chashu are delicious, and the half-boiled and flavorful eggs I added are also good (I'm in a Goro Inogashira state lol).

Hmm, I could eat it as it is, but I was able to enjoy the different flavor of the peppercorns and finished the whole thing♪

Ah, it was delicious.
What should I eat next time? Please let me know if you have any recommendations.

So, thank you for the meal today (-person-)✨I'm very satisfied♪
17th cup this year🍜
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Address: 3-17-3 Koshigoe, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Business hours: Monday lunchtime only, 11:30-2:45 p.m.
Wednesday-Sunday Lunch: 11:30-2:45 p.m. Evening session: 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. (ends as soon as ingredients run out)
Closed: Tuesday
Parking: None. Times parking nearby is priced at 220 yen for 30 minutes. If it's open on weekdays, COIM PARK across the street is a good deal for 200 yen for 50 minutes.

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