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Ramen Tottsuan Description

Ramen Tottsuan, located in the picturesque village of Hakuba in Nagano, stands out as a must-visit destination for ramen enthusiasts. This charming eatery offers a unique dining experience, serving up steaming bowls of ramen that are a true delight for the senses. The star of the show is their signature ramen, featuring a rich and flavorful pork bone broth that has been simmered for 12 hours to perfection. The broth pairs harmoniously with the medium-thick noodles, creating a dish that is both comforting and satisfying.

What sets Ramen Tottsuan apart is not just the exceptional quality of their food, but also the breathtaking view of the magnificent Northern Alps that diners can enjoy while savoring their meal. The cozy restaurant, with seating for 23 guests, exudes a welcoming atmosphere that invites patrons to relax and indulge in a culinary journey. In addition to their delectable ramen, the menu also boasts tantalizing toppings like gyoza and tender chashu pork, adding layers of flavor and texture to the already delightful dish. For a truly unforgettable dining experience in Hakuba, Ramen Tottsuan is the place to be.

Ramen Tottsuan Overview

Address

1386-1 Hokujo, Kitaazumi District, Nagano 399-9301

Phone

+81 (0) 261-85-6866

Access

10 minute walk from Hakuba Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-1:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-1:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-1:30PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:00AM-1:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-1:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-1:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Ramen Tottsuan Reviews

Ramen Tottsuan Google Average Rating

4.3

5

Google
Ordered the Shio Ramen and it was amazing! Not that salty and the broth wasn't very thick, just nice. The noodle's hardness was also just right. Gyoza and Karaage was good too! Worth every penny.
The vibe of the space was great with only approximately 5 bar seats and 12 pax worth of table seats. You might have to wait during the peak periods.

5

Google
Walked there from the bus stop after a big day of skiing at 47. Fortunately for me they opened for dinner at 5pm and I arrived 5 minutes before, so was first in and served. They were all sold out of the spicy sesame ramen from the lunch service, so I ordered the salty ramen, gyoza and karaage chicken washed down with an ice cold Asahi.
Service was prompt and they had an English menu, food was excellent and as previously stated, the fermented wheat juice was bloody ice cold.
Would definitely recommend to my mates, although it is only small and doesn’t take bookings, so you may have to wait.
Cash only, so come prepared, but very reasonable value at 2600¥ total (about $27AUD).
I have every intention of going back.

4

Google
Smallish ramen restaurant my go to in Hakuba. Tried the miso last time this time went for the spicy sesame ramen like a dan dan style: if u are one to drink ramen soup then maybe this spicy one is too thick and rich , can go for the regular shio or miso flavor one.

5

Google
This place is really cool, no reservation allowed, just a sign up board you have to write on. Bring cash (or you have to walk to Big supermarket ATM)

5

Google
Small cozy restaurant. Very yummy ramen! I had the spicy sesame ramen. It’s just a hint of spiciness. Soup is really Unami pork broth!! 👍🏼Cash only!!

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