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Tenka Ippin Main Shop天下一品 総本店

Ramen

Tenka Ippin started its life as an outdoor ramen stand in 1971. It owes its continuing popularity to its broth, which is rich but with a clean aftertaste. The restaurant has grown and now has many branches, but the original branch has some unique menu items, and you will find yourself wondering which of the many varieties to choose.

place

Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Ichijoujitsukudachou Maison Shirakawa 1F (Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea)

phone 0757220955
place

11:00-3:00 the next day

Review of Tenkaippin Honten

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Reviewed:2019/12/12 Great family friendly meal- Easy for Picky american kids!
There appears to be more than one location for this restaurant, as this is the very exact same menu as the one we ate at on the corner 272-5 Matsubarachō. Tenkaippin ramen restaurant gave a lot of...
Reviewed:2017/11/07 Best Ramen in Kyoto
This is Ten-ichi‘s first restaurant and the origin of their famous ramen. Strong and thick broth and a lot of variations to choose (try with an egg and add extra garlic!). Take the gyoza as a side...
Reviewed:2017/02/08 I just want to shout...
BEST RAMEN EVER!

Best before this was a place in Kunming, China. So I have been around Asia and tried ramen. This is the place!

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Address
Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Ichijoujitsukudachou Maison Shirakawa 1F [ map ]
Area
Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea
Phone
0757220955
Hours
11:00-3:00 the next day
Closed
Thursday
Parking Lot
Available(22spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Available

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