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Teuchimen Yasuda


Teuchimen Yasuda Description

Located in Osaka, Teuchimen Yasuda is a renowned ramen restaurant that has been selected as one of the top 100 ramen shops in Osaka for 2023.

What sets Teuchimen Yasuda apart from other ramen establishments is their commitment to handcrafted noodles. The name 'Teuchimen' translates to 'handmade noodles,' and it perfectly captures the essence of this restaurant. Each bowl of ramen is made with love and care, as the skilled chefs meticulously prepare the noodles from scratch. The result is a bowl of ramen that is incredibly fresh and has a delightful chewy texture.

The menu at Teuchimen Yasuda offers a variety of ramen options to cater to different preferences. From classic tonkotsu ramen to spicy miso ramen, there is something for everyone. One of their standout dishes is the Yasuda Ramen, which features a rich and flavorful broth topped with tender slices of chashu pork, bamboo shoots, and a perfectly cooked egg. The combination of the savory broth and the handmade noodles creates a harmonious and satisfying dining experience.

In terms of decor, Teuchimen Yasuda exudes a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The interior is adorned with traditional Japanese elements, creating a warm and authentic ambiance. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to indulge in a delicious bowl of noodles, Teuchimen Yasuda is a must-visit destination for any food lover in Osaka.

Teuchimen Yasuda Overview


1-chōme-21-2 Higashinakajima, Higashiyodogawa Ward, Osaka 533-0033


+81 (0) 6-6323-6628


4 minute walk from Shin-Osaka Station (East Exit).

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Wed: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Thur: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Fri: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Sat: 11:30AM-2:30PM

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Restaurant Features


Teuchimen Yasuda Reviews

Teuchimen Yasuda Google Average Rating



The best ramen in Osaka, the noodles are made by hand, the chef is working alone, sometimes with his wife. The place is very unique. The soup is light and amazing taste, you can choose two kinds : shoyu and shio both are worth.
The place to go in Osaka!


I visited on a Friday around 11:40. I'm glad I didn't have an irregular day off today. A total of 3 people were waiting inside, and when I left the restaurant, there were 8 people waiting just outside.
It was served within 10 minutes of being seated, but when the timing was right, it took less than 5 minutes. The owner is in charge of the whole thing by himself, so it's charming that there is a long wait and wait time.
I ordered the salt flavor, and most people ordered the bonito rice, but the drinking party started early today, so I held back.
The egg noodles are thick and chewy, and although they don't have much of a floury taste, you can still taste them. In addition, the water content is high and the surface is smooth, making it the best to swallow.
Salt is recommended to enjoy the noodles, but you can also use soy sauce depending on who is the main character.
It's a light type of ramen that you can eat every day, but the noodles and soup are truly impressive.


Does not block rich Japanese soup stock
Strong soup and noodles.

Bonito soy sauce▼
[A soup that tastes delicious from the first bite. ]
Although the taste is strong,
The aroma and flavor of bonito can't be beat!
It doesn't have a slight scent or feel like bonito.
It has a strong impact on the nose and mouth.

Iriko salt▼
[A cup that gradually becomes stronger in flavor. ]
Iriko's harshness is completely
The most delicious salt ramen I've ever had!
The same goes for soy sauce, but it's a light soup.
Because it's a taste that permeates through your body.
It makes you want to eat more.
(I don't have a large serving, so I guess I'll have to eat two...lol)

Noodles (common salt and soy sauce)▼
Hand-made noodles with a firm thickness.
When you bite into it, the sweetness really comes out.
It looks a little like udon.
Although the noodles look strong
When I tried eating it, it wasn't like that.
It blends well with the soup.

Intensity of flavor▼
I have a strong tongue, but
It still has a strong salty taste.

A flavor stain type thing.
One level stronger than soup, but the seasoning is stronger
There is a slow pace when it comes to eating.
A cup with many facets.

Bonito rice▼
I didn't expect it to be this delicious...
It's delicious as is, but
Great with ramen soup!
It's bigger than a rice bowl, about the size of a small bowl.
It has plenty of volume.
The rice also has bonito rice sauce on it.
It's not a bland thing.
This quality and volume for 150 yen
The cost performance is too great!

There are two types of ramen. salt or soy sauce.
There are no large portions, so we recommend adjusting the size with rice!
Moreover, the rice is delicious.

Inside the store▼
Counter seats only.

One shopkeeper.
However, the ramen is served quickly, so
Turnover rate is high.

No ticket machine.
Oral order, deferred payment.
Cash only.

Regular holidays▼
Just in case... Closed on Mondays.
However, occasionally other than Mondays
The fact that the shops aren't open lol
It was closed twice in the past, haha.
Business starts from 11:30, but by 11:15 people are already in the store.
There were people eating ramen.
Regarding business hours,
It might be a good idea to take it loosely.

About water▼
There is a water pot on the counter.
I am grateful that it is located in a location that is easy to access from anywhere.

-----What I ordered this time------
🍜Salt 850 yen
🍜Soy sauce 850 yen
(TP grilled pork 250 yen, menma 100 yen)
🍚 Bonito rice 150 yen

【store information】
Handmade noodles Yasuda
📍Shin-Osaka Heights 106, 1-21-2 Higashinakajima, Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture
🚉 About 4 minutes walk from Shin-Osaka Station (east exit)
There are no signboards, so
Please look around carefully when you get close.

⏰11:30-14:30 (L.O.)
*As long as the noodles and soup are sold out during business hours
There is a possibility of termination.

(There are many holidays other than Monday)

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