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Japanese: Ramen

Ramenya Shio Soba Shizuku

Ramenya Shio Soba Shizuku Overview


Staria 1f, 4-15 Shimosaka-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 467-0827


+81 (0) 90-3959-4269


10 minutes walk from Horita subway station

Operating Hours

Mon-Sat: 11:30-15:00 (LO 14:50)
Sun: Closed

Payment methods


Ramenya Shio Soba Shizuku Description

Located in Nagoya and ranked #4 among the city's ramen establishments, Ramenya Shio Soba Shizuku showcases culinary excellence. This noodle house invites patrons with a medley of flavors and textures.
The experience begins with its signature ramen: a dish characterized by its deep amber hue, served in a generously sized bowl. This delicacy features a mix of chicken breast, pork char siu, bamboo shoots, and fresh green onions. The soup is a blend of chicken and seafood bases with a salt sauce. The taste is full-bodied and balanced, with a hint of genius. The seafood elements, primarily bonito, are restrained yet balanced.
The noodles are medium-thin flat strands with a unique texture, carrying umami flavors that interact well with the broth. The toppings include smoked chicken breast for smokiness and pork shoulder loin for a balanced meaty profile.
Beyond ramen, the mazesoba stands out with complementary flavors, and the option to upsize for free is a treat. The char siu, whether roasted or slow-cooked, is satisfying, especially with a touch of table pepper. The boiled egg reflects Shizuku's commitment to perfection. The finale, smoked ham, paired with the exquisite broth, leaves diners amazed.
Ramenya Shio Soba Shizuku offers a culinary journey through expertly curated flavors and textures, creating memories of an exceptional meal.

Restaurant Features

Reservations Not Accepted

Stylish Interior



Ramenya Shio Soba Shizuku Reviews

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Nice soba place with great taste. The soup had a light taste, but the meat toppings were really good. The chicken slices were smoked and went well with the light soup and noodles. The mazesoba is also easily one of the best. There is a free up size option, and the meat is really good (I think it's cured). And the noodles really match the vinegar sauce.


Translated from Japanese:
Michelin Guide Aichi, Gifu, Mie special edition, Michelin-rated restaurant
Visit for lunch (lunch service only)
8 counter seats
There is a table for 2 people, but it is not used.
I had the salty Shio soba (with meatballs) on the signboard menu.
The soup is made from chicken bones and dried foods, and has a light flavor with mineral-rich natural salt.
Homemade noodles are flat noodles with whole grains that are easy to swallow.
It was a product that was particular about natural materials.
It is a shop where you have to line up even before it opens.

Parking: 2 parking lots in front of the store
A total of 6 cars are available, 4 on the opposite side of the road.
One space in front of the store is for waiting outside.


Translated from Japanese:
I visited with my juniors for lunch.
I had soy sauce flavor, meat balls and rice.
Pork char siu and chicken breast meat with a little smoked char siu were included, and the chicken had a little peculiarity.
The soup was seafood and delicious.
It feels like it contains dried sardines.
It was delicious.
Thank you for the meal.


Translated from Japanese:
I had heard that there would be a line at this restaurant, so I went there around 11:15pm on a weekday, and there was still no one in line.
I was able to find a restaurant I had always wanted to visit, so I was thinking about the menu as I waited, and the restaurant opened just after 11:30.
I ordered Aji Tamashio Soba. In about 4 minutes, I found myself face to face with the ramen of my dreams.
Should I have made it larger when it came out? However, the soup was so delicious that I drank almost all of it and it was enough.
Of course the noodles and soup were delicious, but the chicken chashu had a smoked aroma and was very delicious in every bite.
Next time, I would like to try other menu items!


Translated from Japanese:
I came to the store around 1:00 pm, and as it was a popular restaurant, there were about 6 people waiting, but I was able to get in after buying a meal ticket in advance and waiting for about 20 minutes. There are a lot of ramen of this type these days, but the ramen here is delicious! ! I wanted to eat it again. The lady serving customers was also very nice!

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