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KIRAKU (Shibuya)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 13.2011 Ramen 0 comments 0 trackback
kiraku outside
One of the most famous and oldest ramen shops in Shibuya is KIRAKU. It opened in the early 50's, owner/chef was an immigrant from Taiwan.


kiraku ramen
Kiraku's ramen is a soy-sauce flavor ramen with Taiwanese deep fried onions added. These deep fried onions are commonly used for a noodle soup called Tantsumen in Taiwan. At Kiraku they call the normal ramen, Chukamen.


kiraku men up
Kiraku's noodle is a flat egg noodle, which not too many shops used at the time when Kiraku opened.


kiraku wontonmen
Chukamen is the most ordered ramen, but Wontonmen (Wonton Ramen),


kiraku moyashi
Moyashimen (Stir Fried Been Sprout Ramen) are also popular.


kiraku moyashi wonton
If you want both in your ramen, just order Moyashi Wontonmen (Stir Fried Been Sprout & Wonton Ramen).


kiraku gyoza
Their Gyoza (Fried Dupplings) is very tasty as well.


kiraku inside
There are only a few ramen shops, which have been open for over 50 years and Kiraku probably has the biggest following (meaning loyal customers) and is busiest among these shops. The taste hasn't changed since the first time I ate here 30 years ago. If you enjoy soy sauce based ramen and had to pick one ramen shop to eat in Shibuya, it should be Kiraku without any doubt.


kiraku outside2


KIRAKU (in Japanese, 喜楽)
Address: 2-17-8 Dougenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都渋谷区道玄坂2-17-8)
Nearest train station: JR & Tokyo Metro Shiubua (5 min walk)
Tel: 03-3461-2032
Reservations: No
Website: None
English menu: No
Credit Card: No
Open: 11:30am-8:30pm
Closed: Wednesday

Prices: Chukamen (Ramen) 650 yen
Moyashimen (Stir Fried Been Sprout Ramen) 650 yen
Wontonmen (Wonton Ramen) 800 yen
Chashumen (Roast Pork Ramen) 850 yen
Moyashi Wontonmen (Stir Fried Been Sprout & Wonton Ramen) 900 yen
Chashu Wontonmen (Roast Pork & Wonton Ramen) 1000 yen
Chahan (Fried Rice) 750 yen
Chukadon (Chop Suey over Rice) 750 yen
Gyoza (Fried Dupplings) 500 yen
Tamago (Season Boiled Egg) 100 yen
Plain Rice 200 yen
Large Noodle 100 yen extra




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