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Japanese: Ramen

Ramen House Think Globally

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1153-9 Shumokumachi, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto 612-0085


+81 (0) 75-644-7544


5 minute walk from Fushimi Station (Kintetsu Kyoto Line)
8 minute walk from Tanba Station (Keihan Line)
6 minute walk from Sumizome Station (Keihan Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-9:45PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-11:45PM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-11:45PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-11:45PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-11:45PM
Sat: 11:00AM-2:45PM, 6:00PM-11:45PM

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Ramen House Think Globally Description

Located in Kyoto, Ramen House Think Globally is a unique dining establishment that specializes in serving delicious ramen dishes. Conveniently situated near Fushimi Station, it is easily accessible for those looking to satisfy their ramen cravings.

What sets Ramen House Think Globally apart from other ramen shops is its commitment to offering a global twist to traditional Japanese ramen. The chefs here have mastered the art of combining different flavors and ingredients from around the world to create a truly unique and unforgettable dining experience. From the moment you step inside, you'll be captivated by the cozy and inviting atmosphere, with its modern decor and comfortable seating.

When it comes to the menu, Ramen House Think Globally offers a wide variety of ramen options to suit every palate. Whether you prefer a rich and creamy tonkotsu broth or a spicy miso base, you'll find something to satisfy your taste buds. Don't miss their signature dish, the 'Globally Inspired Ramen,' which features a fusion of flavors from different cuisines, resulting in a harmonious blend of tastes that will leave you wanting more.

If you're in Kyoto and craving a unique ramen experience, look no further than Ramen House Think Globally. With its global twist on traditional ramen, cozy atmosphere, and mouthwatering menu, this restaurant is a must-visit for any food lover.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Ramen House Think Globally Reviews

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I have to admit, despite the massive quantity they served, I can finished 300g of noodles and 200g of meat without any problem. The noodle is on the thicker side, which coats more of the soup which is fking good. The pork on the other hand, is on another dimension. Its fking delicious. My advice is to add more pork!!! And probably more garlic, and less or no oil on the soup. Recommended for heavy eater!!!


Only for ramen lovers. Warning! Big portion. The price system is quite specific. The price is the same if you take normal/big/monster portion. You only pay more if you want more pork meat. This is why the owner request you to eat all.
Lovely place! We will never forget. 🥰🍖🥰🍖🥰🍖


Before you have ramen, please buy tickets of the kind of ramen you want.
And then, stand at end of queue. Wait until a clerk call you.
Even the clerks call "regular size", the amount is two or two and half times big as Japanese ordinary ramen restaurant (about 300 grams).
What clerks say "big" is 400 grams!
On the bowl of ramen, some of sliced pork and boiled bean sprouts and cabbage. Some additional paying, you can enjoy many sliced pork.
Bean sprouts and cabbage, chopped garlic, back fat of pork, red pepper and black pepper are toppings you can enjoy without additional pay.
When cooker ask you "Do you want garlic?", answer the amount of these toppings.
"Yasai" is bean sprouts and cabbage.
"Ninniku" is garlic.
"Abura" is back fat.
"Tougarashi" is red pepper.
"Kurokoshou" is black pepper.
For each of them, you can request the amount.
"Nashi" or "nuki" means you don't want the topping.
"Sukoshi" means you want little less than the regular.
"Futsuu" means you want regular amount. When you want "futsuu", you can request by saying nothing about the topping.
"Mashi" means little more than the regular.
"Mashi-mashi" means outrageous amount.
To tell the truth, for big eating customers, there is request word means more than "mashi-mashi". But I can not recommend. If you eat up such a thing, you will carry your feeling of fullness to everywhere you want to go in Japan, and your stomach deny anything you expected to eat.
At the first time, I recommend you regular size(called "nami") and toppings are "futsuu" for each.
You can leave the soup, but solid contents are all had to be eaten. That is the rule of this shop.So, if you think you are not big-eater, I think reckless challenge is dangerous.
If you want noodle less than 300 grams, ask a clerk "men sukoshi". The clerk will give you a clothespin. pinching your ticket means less than regular.
Enjoy your travel in Japan.


Translated from Japanese:

Small ramen 900 yen, 200g noodles, 2 pieces of pork Saturday at 11:30, full, 5 people waiting outside. Usually there are 20.30 people in line, but today there was no line at all! chance! Buy your meal ticket first and stand in line. The store clerk said...


Translated from Japanese:

First of all, I thought that the interior of the store was one of the cleanest in the Jiro style. Has it been renovated recently? Today I ordered pork without soup. Thick curly noodles, delicious. The pork is delicious, with just the right amount of seasoning and not too strong. I can't stop using my chopsticks until the end. ...


Translated from Japanese:

Visit around 21:00! There were about 20 people in line, so I thought it was a popular restaurant. It's nice to see how they handle things so skillfully by replacing them half by half! Another person's review included a photo of how to do the call, which was very helpful. Probably on the food ticket...

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