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Japanese: Ramen

Ramen Naru Description

The essence of Ramen Naru lies in its bowl. Diving in, you're immediately greeted by a robust, flavorful broth combined with perfectly springy noodles. The dipping sauce has hints of yuzu and sweetness, and the noodles themselves are so good you won't be able to stop eating. Each bowl is crafted with dedication, reflecting decades of culinary tradition and innovation.
But it isn't just the main event that captures the heart. Side dishes and accompaniments, each with their own distinct flair, add layers to the dining experience. From delicate gyoza to the tantalizing karaage (fried chicken), every bite is a revelation.
If you want to try this restaurant, be prepared to wait in line before it opens. Once inside, a clerk will show you the menu. You can choose from several options, including more expensive tsukemen with additional toppings. The special tsukemen costs ¥1,000 and you can choose the amount of noodles you want. Once you've made your choice, purchase a ticket from the vending machine.
A standout feature of Ramen Naru is its commitment to using only the freshest of ingredients. Every component, from the handpicked vegetables to the prime cuts of meat, speaks to this dedication to quality. This commitment is palpable in every bite, making the dining experience truly memorable.
In a city teeming with culinary options, Ramen Naru has carved a niche for itself. It's not just about food; it's about an experience, a journey through the rich tapestry of Japanese culinary heritage.

Ramen Naru Overview


3-18 Honencho, Chikusa Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 464-0076


+81 (0) 52-717-6028


9 minutes walk from Imaike Station

Operating Hours

Mon-Tues: Closed
Wed-Sun: 11:30-14:00, 18:00-21:00

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Not Accepted




Ramen Naru Reviews

Ramen Naru Google Average Rating



Translated from Japanese:
Noodle soup ingredients were very delicious! When I visited around 12:00 on weekdays, there were about 20 people in line, but it was good because the clerk instructed me to purchase a meal ticket. There are also chairs! It's worth lining up! As other people have said, I was worried about the customer service attitude of one man, but other than that, it was very good and I am very satisfied!


Translated from Japanese:
Visited at 18:28 on Saturday, July 15, 2023. Purchase special tsukemen ¥ 1,200 ticket. 10 people waiting. Sit at the counter at 19:02. 10 counter seats. Arrived at 7:08pm. The appearance of the noodle strings is beautiful, and each char siu is delicious. The dipping sauce is Tomita-style, with hints of yuzu and sweetness. Nagoya's best tsukemen. If it's nearby, I want to go there once a week.


Translated from Japanese:
We had special tsukemen and menma!
The noodles are smooth and delicious. The dipping sauce has a strong fish flavor that goes well with the noodles and is delicious!
It's the fate of tsukemen, but it gets cold in the second half of eating, so I wonder if ramen is right for me. 😆
I was curious about the chicken white soup ramen next door!
Next, I will have ramen ✨😌✨

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