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Yokohamahechikan Asobiru Shop

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Yokohamahechikan Asobiru Shop Description

Located in Yokohama, YokohamaHechikan Asobiru Shop is a must-visit restaurant for lovers of authentic Japanese cuisine. Specializing in ramen, this restaurant offers a unique twist on the classic dish by infusing it with the rich flavors of dried sardines, known as 'niboshi' in Japanese. The result is a bowl of noodles that is bursting with umami and depth of flavor.

One of the standout menu items at YokohamaHechikan Asobiru Shop is their signature Niboshi Soba. The noodles are cooked to perfection and served in a flavorful broth that is made from simmering dried sardines for hours. Topped with tender slices of chashu pork, green onions, and a perfectly cooked soft-boiled egg, this dish is a true delight for the senses.

What sets YokohamaHechikan Asobiru Shop apart from other ramen restaurants is not only the unique flavor of their dishes but also the attention to detail in their restaurant decor. The interior is designed to evoke a traditional Japanese atmosphere, with wooden furnishings and paper lanterns creating a warm and inviting ambiance. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to try something new, YokohamaHechikan Asobiru Shop is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings for delicious Japanese cuisine.

Yokohamahechikan Asobiru Shop Overview


2-chōme-14-9 Takashima, Nishi Ward, Kanagawa 220-0011


2 minute walk from Yokohama Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-3:30PM
Mon: 11:00AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Yokohamahechikan Asobiru Shop Reviews

Yokohamahechikan Asobiru Shop Google Average Rating



If you visit Yokohama, you can’t miss visiting this noodle restaurant. The location is inside a small quite food mall, 10mins from train station. Those appetisers (some are limited qty) are good and you can enjoy them with their sake (well selection).
The soup of the noodle are full of seafood flavours, rich and fresh!
May need queue but worth visiting. Staff service is nice (cannot speaking English and no worry, simple menu and all foods are tasty)


If you wanna eat Special ramen you need to come here.soup is made from niboshi that is fish. It was really creamy soup.


Arrived a little after 12:00 on Friday. There were 6 people waiting. I came prepared to wait in line, so I connected without hesitation. While I was waiting, my sister asked me about the menu. The rotation was good, so I entered the restaurant in less than 10 minutes, grabbed my water and chopsticks, sat down, and was served a bowl of rice at the counter.
The photo shows "Niboshi Soba" 900 yen (tax included)
An opaque soup with a hint of dried sardines, with a large piece of roasted pork that stands out. After that, it's a simple looking ramen with chopped onions on top.
First, when I bring my face close to the bowl to take a sip of the soup, the aromatic scent of dried sardines fills my nose. It has a very dry taste even before you eat it. When you sip it, the rich flavor of dried sardines spreads in your mouth as expected. A deep and delicious soup with a slightly sour taste. I see. That's why it's popular.
The noodles are straight noodles with a chewy texture. The noodles are chewy and crispy and very delicious. It has an exquisite taste that surpasses the soups on sale.
The large char siew is not very thick, but it has a lot of meat and is delicious. It's big, so there's plenty to eat. The onions are crunchy and refreshing, making them a great accent. I guess there are a lot of fans because it also makes onions better.
It's delicious and can be eaten in no time. All the staff members are soft-spoken and kind. You will feel comfortable serving customers. I am completely convinced that it is a popular store. Thank you for the meal!

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