Updated: July 18, 2019
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5 Best Ramen Places In Kobe You Must Try!

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You may be in Kobe for the legendary Kobe beef, but make no mistake, the city is serious about its ramen too. For unbelievably addictive ramen refer to this list of the 5 best places in the city of Kobe!

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Kogaryuseimen (弘雅流製麺)

The signature traits of this restaurant are its sublimely smooth homemade noodles and its delicate soy sauce based broth that is not too heavy but still full of flavours. Go there for lunchtime and you'll have the ramen dish. If you go for dinner they serve the tsukemen dipping noodles. Both are among the best in Kobe.

Marutaka Chuka Soba (丸高中華そば 神戸二宮店)

The super-rich soup here is made from a combination of pork broth and soy sauce. You get an intense flavour that is both savoury and has a little bit of natural sweetness that comes from the pork bones. The chashu pork toppings are very generous! So this is the place to go for your hearty bowl of ramen you crave after drinking all evening. The place is open until 3 AM so it's the perfect place to do that. Go at any time of day and it should be packed because it's just so popular. This restaurant is located near the Sannomiya Station.

ENISHI

This place is so worth the go if you want to have a kind of soupless ramen called maze-soba. You may be familiar with "tantanmen" which is a kind of spicy Chinese ramen with mincemeat topping. Maze-soba is basically a dish of tantanmen but without the soup. The mix of spices gives a hot and tingling sensation. Many people rave about this maze-soba. Enishi is located very near the Iwaya Station.

Ipposhi (いっぽし)

This is a popular shio (salt) style ramen joint. The interior has a clean and open feel to it. The ramen is simply overall excellent. You get a generous amount of the standard ramen toppings (chashu pork, soft-boiled egg to perfection, plenty of green onion and some seaweed). This place is located near the Rokkoumichi Station.

Ramen Kai (らーめん 会 神戸本店)

Ramen Kai is a bit of a secluded place but it is definitely worth the trouble finding it. Once you get there, you should probably order the dish called "buta-tori-setsu ramen" (豚鶏節ラーメン) It has some pork, chicken and some seasonal vegetables as well. The soup is creamy and the 100 percent wheat noodles are on the thin side. Ramen Kai is located a 2-minute walk from the JR Kobe Station.

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