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Moeyo Mensuke

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Moeyo Mensuke Description

Located in Osaka, Moeyo Mensuke is a renowned ramen restaurant that has been selected as one of the top 100 restaurants in Osaka. With a rating of 3.77 and over 2,000 reviews on Tabelog, this restaurant has gained a loyal following of ramen enthusiasts.

What sets Moeyo Mensuke apart from other ramen establishments is its unique and flavorful broth. The chefs at Moeyo Mensuke have mastered the art of creating rich and aromatic broths that are simmered for hours to extract the maximum flavor from the ingredients. Whether you prefer a classic tonkotsu broth or a spicy miso broth, Moeyo Mensuke has a variety of options to satisfy every palate.

In addition to their delicious broths, Moeyo Mensuke offers a wide range of toppings and noodles to customize your ramen bowl. From tender slices of chashu pork to perfectly cooked ajitama eggs, each ingredient is carefully selected to ensure the highest quality and taste. The restaurant's dedication to using fresh and locally sourced ingredients is evident in every bowl of ramen they serve.

The interior of Moeyo Mensuke is cozy and inviting, with a traditional Japanese decor that creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The friendly and attentive staff are always ready to assist you in choosing the perfect ramen bowl and provide recommendations based on your preferences.

Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to enjoy a delicious and satisfying meal, Moeyo Mensuke is a must-visit restaurant in Osaka. With its exceptional broths, customizable toppings, and cozy ambiance, this restaurant offers a truly memorable dining experience.

Moeyo Mensuke Overview


5-chōme-12-21 Fukushima, Fukushima Ward, Osaka 553-0003


+81 (0) 6-6452-2101


1 minute walk from Fukushima Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line.
2 minute walk from Shin-Fukushima Station (Exit 1) on the JR Tozai Line.
2 minute walk from Fukushima Station on the Hanshin Electric Railway.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-4:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM

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Stylish Interior

Moeyo Mensuke Reviews

Moeyo Mensuke Google Average Rating



The ramen was springy and the broth was so deeply flavourful. This is really one of the best duck ramen I had ever had. Do add on the char siu bowl too, the pork was so perfectly charred you get a robust charred flavour from it. We were there on a weekend afternoon around lunch time so expectedly there was a long queue. If I remember correctly we queued for almost 1.5 hour for these bowls of goodness. You put in your order via a vending machine and the machine takes cash only. The restaurant is a very small space with very limited seats so they expect you to eat fast and leave once done.


A very humble little place in the side streets. The ramen is amazing, the broth divine, we had the duck and the scallop ones. All the staff are really friendly and helpful, especially if Japanese isn't your first language. Definitely recommend. When we visited on a Friday night in November we arrived at 5:30pm and were first in line, although when we left there was no line outside.


This place is popular and for good reason.  The duck ramen is unique, and deeply flavourful.  The chashu bowl is also delicious with a nice charred flavour, and a recommended add on if you are hungry.

You order at a machine after you enter, sit at the bar, and are promptly served.  It's ok if you don't speak Japanese, they will happily help you order and show you which buttons to push for the popular items. The staff were polite, and the experience was enjoyable.

We lined up about 30 min before opening on a Saturday night, and were part of the first group seated.  The photo is of the line after leaving at around 6:25 pm.

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