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Ramen Kanade


Ramen Kanade Description

In Nagoya's culinary scene, Ramen Kanade shines as a noteworthy establishment, holding the prestigious #5 rank among ramen eateries. Its recognition by the Michelin Guide's Aichi Gifu Mie Special Edition speaks volumes about its excellence. Despite its modest size, it draws a steady crowd, a testament to its popularity and the culinary adventure it promises.
Diners consistently praise the shoyu chashumen for its generous portions (with an option to upsize at no cost) and the shio char siu with a flavorful egg topping that imparts a robust dashi essence to the soup. The use of natural ingredients, eschewing chemical seasonings, is evident in every bite, particularly in the delightful seafood stock paired with smooth, wheaty noodles.
The signature dish, salt ramen, combines chicken, pork, and seafood stock, complemented by homemade noodles crafted from domestic wheat. Slow-cooked chashu adds a delightful touch, ensuring each bowl is savored to the last drop.
Ramen enthusiasts admire the eatery's commitment to perfection. Every element, from noodles to soup and char siu, harmonizes to create a symphony of flavors. The owner's devotion to quality shines through, with a focus on pure, natural ingredients to bring out the authentic dashi stock taste.
Ramen Kanade transcends dining; it's a journey of flavors, a tribute to the chef's dedication, and a warm haven where true ramen aficionados find themselves at home.

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Ramen Kanade Overview


1 Chome-9-1 Ayuchitori, Showa Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 466-0027


1 minute walk from Nagoya City Bus Subway Fukiage bus stop.
2 minutes walk from Fukiage Station on the Sakuradori Subway Line.

Operating Hours

11:30-14:00, closed Tuesdays

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Not Accepted


No Children Under 5

Ramen Kanade Reviews

Ramen Kanade Google Average Rating



Small ramen place (only 7 seats), but taste was really good. The shoyu chashumen serving was generous (free upsize). The staff were also respectful.


Translated from Japanese:
I ate the shio char siu flavored egg topping.
When you drink the soup, the taste of dashi fills your mouth.
I don't know the details, but the seafood stock is delicious.
The noodles are also smooth and you can feel the taste of wheat.
It's the first time I've been to the store now, but I think the level of deliciousness has risen. I also like warm taste balls.


Translated from Japanese:
Michelin Guide Aichi Gifu Mie Special Edition
Visited for the Bib Gourmand.
We had Shio char siu noodles and mini char siu rice as a side menu.
The owner is particular about using natural ingredients to bring out the pure deliciousness of the dashi stock without using any chemical seasonings.
Ramen is a harmony of soup, noodles and toppings
The salt ramen, the signature menu item, has an elegant taste of chicken pork and seafood soup stock.
Homemade noodles made from domestic wheat, low-temperature cooked chashu, and flavored oil for accents also did a good job.
I drank up the soup and finished the meal.
The store has 5 seats at the counter and 1 table for 2 people for 7 people.

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