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    The store that started the “Toyama black” phenomenon
    A nationally recognized brand, “Toyama black” began here at Ramen Iroha. With five consecutive Tokyo Ramen Show championships to boast of, this is a meal that you won’t forget. With stores already open elsewhere in Asia, and plans to expand rapidly in other countries, take this chance to try it at the original store.
    Address CiC B1F, 1-2-3 Shintomicho
    Closed Open 7 days a week
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    A popular long-standing “Toyama Black” ramen store
    Thanks to Kihachi’s appearance in the 2007 Japan Ramen Grand Prix, the “Toyama Black” name became instantly known across Japan. Matching your black ramen together with some tororo konbu onigiri (rice balls with tangle flakes of konbu kelp) is highly recommended at this store.
    Address Okuda Bldg. 1F, 6-3 Okudakotobukicho
    Hours 11:00 – 14:40 / 17:30 – 20:50 Lunch time only on Sun and nat. hol.
    Closed Open 7 days a week
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    Homemade noodles with a focus on all natural ingredients
    Choose from a selection of traditional flavors including miso, soy sauce, salt broth etc. All ingredients are carefully selected natural ingredients with no chemical flavorings. Ramen Isshin is also a recipient of the “Umaimon” restaurant certification, which recognizes stores that clear a rigorous sanitation and safety inspection.
    Address Chitetsu Bldg. 1F, 1-1-36 Sakuramachi
    Hours 11:30 – 15:00 (L/O 14:30) / 18:00 – 22:30 (L/O 22:00)
    Closed Sun
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    Traditionally made soba noodles in a family atmosphere
    This soba noodle restaurant prides itself on strict adherence to its soba making techniques and flavor, which have been passed down over three generations. These special handmade “Kusushi soba” noodles, with their medicinal properties, are a favorite of local customers and travellers. A relaxed, family-oriented atmosphere.
    Address 1-5-5 Sengokumachi
    Hours 11:30 – 15:00 (L/O 14:45) / 18:00 – 21:00
    Closed 1st, 3rd and 5th Sun
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    This soba noodle restaurant
    Address 1-5-5 Sengokucho
    Hours 11:30 – 15:00 (L/O 14:45) / 18:00 – 21:00
    Closed 1st, 3rd and 5th Sun
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    A longstanding representative Toyama soba restaurant
    Established in 1923, this quaint restaurant provides simple yet delicious traditional meals including soba noodles and curry rice in a bright and warm atmosphere. When in season, the “sansai” (edible wild plants) soba is recommended as a delicious healthy choice.
    Address 2-8-15 Sogawa
    Hours 11:00 – 15:30
    Closed Wed
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    So much to choose from, it’s difficult to decide!
    Established in 1895, this restaurant offers a large variety of delicious Japanese style meals, including noodles, tempura, rice bowls and more. Highly recommended if you want to try a wide variety of foods with the freedom to pick and choose from a range of side dishes.
    Address Marie 6F (In front of Toyama Sta)
    Hours 11:00 – 22:00 (L/O 21:30)
    Closed Open 7 days a week