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Ramen Kirin, located in the Chūō ward of Kawasaki City, is a hidden gem for ramen enthusiasts. This cozy and inviting restaurant specializes in authentic Japanese ramen, offering a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

The menu at Ramen Kirin features a variety of mouthwatering ramen options, including their signature Kirin Ramen. This delectable dish is made with a rich and flavorful broth, perfectly cooked noodles, and topped with tender slices of chashu pork, bamboo shoots, and a perfectly boiled egg. Each bowl of ramen is carefully crafted to ensure a harmonious balance of flavors and textures.

What truly distinguishes Ramen Kirin is their commitment to using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. From the locally sourced vegetables to the meticulously selected cuts of meat, every component of their dishes is chosen with care. The result is a dining experience that is both satisfying and memorable.

Step into Ramen Kirin and be transported to the bustling streets of Japan. The restaurant's warm and inviting decor, complete with traditional Japanese elements, creates a cozy and intimate atmosphere that is perfect for enjoying a comforting bowl of ramen. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to try something new, Ramen Kirin is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking an authentic and delicious Japanese dining experience.

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Ramen Kirin Overview


1-chōme-788 Shinmarukohigashi, Nakahara Ward, Kanagawa 211-0004


+81 (0) 44-411-4054


5 minute walk from Shin-maruko Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line and Meguro Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-12:30AM
Mon: 11:00AM-1:00AM
Tue: 11:00AM-1:00AM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:00AM-1:00AM
Fri: 11:00AM-1:00AM
Sat: 11:00AM-1:00AM

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Restaurant Features

Take-out Available



Ramen Kirin Reviews

Ramen Kirin Google Average Rating



The broth is really rice and warm. You can tell the restaurant owner put loads of effort to make the broth. However the pork is a bit below standard. Noodles quality meets japanese standard.


This place probably serves the best-tasting best-value ramen in whole of Tokyo in my opinion. Not only you get a full sized ramen for 680 yen but you can also get free extra noodles. The soup is bit on the thicker side so perhaps for those who prefer it light might not like this place.

Home made Gyoza , 300 yen, is absolutely delicious so I’ll highly recommend getting it. The pieces are well sized and filling is convincing.

Topics such as sea weed, pork slices, spinach, corn and butter are all 100yen each.

Please do keep in mind, you go there for the ramen; the taste and quality of it and not for some 5 star services. Some people have complained in the reviews that the place is “bad” because even the water is “self service”


Of all the ramen places I have went and tried to, this is the best one so far! And I have been a lot of ramen places in Tokyo!
I found this place when I used to live around the area, and I still come back to this place because it really is worth that one hour train ride home!

So the ramen, why is it special? Well, it’s a tonkotsu broth (豚骨スープ), and it has a very rich flavour! You can also tweak the soup to your liking, they offer: stronger taste; more or less oily; more or less noodles; and softer or harder noodles. All free of charge!
They also have different toppings: seaweed, butter, corn and meat with additional fee of course ;P
There are lots of condiments as well: soy sauce, vinegar, chilly oil, ground chilly and ground garlic.

AND the best gyoza in town!!!! I assure you, it’s the best! The portion is big, and it’s homemade for only 300 yen!

The atmosphere is very nice, you can talk to them and have the most out of your time. The water is self service as most ramen does. The interior and exterior is very rustic, with a traditional Japanese feel. And it’s a family business, and therefore most likely passed down from generation to generation!

definitely will visit again soon!

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