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Japanese: Ramen

Torisoba Sasa

Torisoba Sasa Overview


Twin Heights Inui 14-8 Uzumasa Inuichō, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto 616-8176


+81 (0) 75-862-8227


7 minute walk from Taisho Station (JR Line)
1 minute walk from Taisho Kitarocho bus stop

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-5:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:00PM

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Torisoba Sasa Description

Located in Kyoto, Torisoba Sasa is a unique and charming restaurant that specializes in Japanese cuisine, particularly ramen and chicken dishes. What sets Torisoba Sasa apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to creating a truly authentic and high-quality dining experience.

The restaurant's interior is beautifully decorated with a combination of wood, bamboo, and traditional Japanese artwork, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. As you step inside, you'll be greeted by the aroma of their signature dish, the Torisoba. This mouthwatering ramen features a clear and flavorful broth made from simmering Kyoto-raised chicken, paired with thin and straight noodles made from Hokkaido wheat.

One of the highlights of Torisoba Sasa's menu is their variety of toppings and flavors. You can choose from options such as chicken chashu, salted chicken, and even a sesame-based dipping sauce for their popular tsuk

Restaurant Features



Stylish Interior

Torisoba Sasa Reviews

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A chicken soba specialty store located within walking distance from Uzumasa Station. Choose salt or soy sauce for your soba noodles, and then choose your toppings. There are also lots of other chicken items on the menu, so you'll be spoiled for choice. This time I put everything on soy sauce, and had a small oyakodon with fried egg and chicken gyoza. Everything was delicious. The soba noodles are accented with minced meat, and the soup is light, so you can drink it all. Oyakodon has a soft soup, so you can eat it like rice porridge or ochazuke. The fried egg had a rich taste. This time I visited outside of normal business hours, so I didn't have to wait long, but there isn't much space inside, so there might be a line during peak hours. Anyway, it was delicious. Thank you for the meal.


This reminds me of three and a half years ago (2019.12)...

I started a ramen shop from an izakaya in Kamakura.
I remember that the master was very friendly.
After all, izakaya owners have different customer service (lol)

The food was not what you would call ramen, but as you can see in the photo, it was chicken soba made with carefully selected ingredients, so I think it would be suitable for those who prefer non-chemical dishes, organic vegetables, and health consciousness.
I think there are a fair number of people visiting the store considering the price range and style, so I don't think students will be embarrassed.
It's a nostalgic store that I've been wanting to go to for the first time in a while.


I stopped by while cycling to Arashiyama.
After touring Sagano, I passed through Daikakuji Temple and Hirosawa Pond. There are no bicycle racks, but you can park them next to the store.
I got salt and my wife got soy sauce, and she even finished the soup, which is rare.
This is a very delicious soup.
It's not a salty soup at a ramen restaurant, but a soup with an elegant taste.
I think you'll want to eat it again after a while.


Translated from Japanese:

I finally arrived at a restaurant I had always wanted to try. As you can see in the photo, the clear soup has a light taste. I feel like I could drink it forever. It was delicious, so I would like to try other menu items, so I will come again!

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