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Misen Imaike Main Shop中国台湾料理 味仙 今池本店


A Taiwanese restaurant which was founded in 1960. The restaurant is famous as the inventor of Taiwan ramen, a renowned local Nagoya dish. In the restaurant’s spacious interior, you can enjoy authentic Taiwanese cuisine. The restaurant’s full menu includes dim sum dishes and full course meals, ensuring everything from individuals to large groups can enjoy a meal here. The restaurant is also easy to find and is situated just outside the exit of the Imaike subway station.


Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Chikusa-ku Imaike 1-12-10

phone 0527337670

17:30-2:00 (L.O. 1:30)

Review of Misen Imaikehonten

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Reviewed:2016/07/16 Nagoya specialty ramen
Taiwan ramen is a Nagoya specialty, and delicious! Kind of a mix between Japanese ramen and Chinese dan dan noodles. The dish was apparently invented at this place. Well worth a try, and only...
Reviewed:2014/09/30 Taiwan ramen very much a Nagoya thing
Taiwan ramen has established itself as a pseudo Nagoya food staple. Misen brand is not to be missed. Hot chilly spicy ramen... plus a lot of other food selections to choose from.
Reviewed:2014/09/21 Great Chinese Restaurant in Nagoya
Very busy Taiwanese based Chinese restaurant in Imaike, Nagoya. It is just 10-15 minutes taxi ride from centre of Nagoya, Sakae. This place is famous for Taiwan Ramen and this is a great spicy...

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Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Chikusa-ku Imaike 1-12-10 [map]



17:30-2:00 (L.O. 1:30)
open everyday (except New Year's Holiday)
Parking Lot
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Vegetarian Menu
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English Menu
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          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.

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