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Japanese: Ramen

Ramen Moriya Description

Ramen Moriya, located in Yokohama, is a top contender among the city's esteemed ramen joints. This inviting spot offers a broad spectrum of ramen, and for those who truly appreciate the nuances of this Japanese dish, it's an absolute treat.
Their summer tomato and herb tsukemen stands out, bringing to mind a French-inspired take on ramen. The dipping sauce, derived from dashi stock and possibly infused with pumpkin, lends a distinctive character to the dish. Paired with crunchy rice bran pickles, this dish is a testament to the delightful innovations possible within the realm of ramen.
Yet, for purists, the classic ramen remains an eternal favorite. With its thin noodles bathed in a light soy sauce that hints at chicken and bonito, this bowl is a graceful nod to the origins of ramen. While the summer tomato tsukemen is a thrilling venture, many, including my partner, find solace in the comforting embrace of the classic soy sauce ramen. The choice between thin and medium-thick noodles ensures that every visit offers something new.
An essential part of the experience is the side menu, and the char siu rice bowl is unmissable.
Ramen Moriya transcends its culinary offerings through its ambiance. The interiors evoke a warm, homey feeling, creating an environment where patrons can comfortably immerse themselves in their meal. The meticulous attention to detail, from the soup and noodles to the char siu and wontons, mirrors their passion for the art of ramen.

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Ramen Moriya Overview


105 Nihonmatsu Heights, 339 Naganuma-cho, Sakae Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 244-0841


+81 (0) 45-390-0881


By bus: From Totsuka Station East Exit or Hongodai Station
On foot: 25 minutes from Hongodai Station

Operating Hours

Wed-Mon: 11:30-15:00, 17:30-23:00
Tue: Closed

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Not Accepted


Stylish Interior

Sake Selection

Ramen Moriya Reviews

Ramen Moriya Google Average Rating



Cozy and one of the best selection of ramens. Great side menus and sakes!


Translated from Japanese:
It's been a long time since I visited.
I ordered a soy sauce flavored egg ramen made with noodles made from wheat from Hokkaido called Haruyutaka, an assortment of roasted pork fillets, and a bottle of beer.
It was a wonderful cup that conveyed the attention to detail in the noodles, soup, and various ingredients.
There are several types of soy sauce, two types of noodles, salt, and miso. I think you can find your favorite cup because you can customize your favorite.
I noticed later, but there was also a snack menu, so it might be good to eat ramen at the end after drinking alcohol lol


Translated from Japanese:
It seems to be a famous local store, so I visited because I had something to do nearby. It took a little over 10 minutes from ordering to receiving the bowl. Char siu wonton with medium-thick curly noodles. The refreshing soy sauce soup has little off-flavours and goes well with the noodles. The wontons are larger than I imagined, and the bean paste with a little ginger is delicious.

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