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Ramen Koryu Naha Kokusai Street Branch (ラーメン康竜 那覇国際通り店)

This is the shop which has won the first prize in the YAHOO! Japan Ramen Championship.

You can order your ramen by the “your favorite taste list” and choose the hardness of noodles, strength of soup, oil, green onion, delicious hot sauce and char siu (Chinese-style barbecued pork). In addition to that, Jibun jitate ramen is also available which you choose four out of eight toppings. Please enjoy our ramen.
Zip 900-0013
Address Japan Okinawa Naha City Makishi 1-2-3 View map
Reserved number 098-941-5566
Open time and parking place Hours: 11:00-5:00 Next day (Mon.-Thu. and Sun.), 11:00-6:00 Next day (Fri.-Sat. and the day before H
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Service menu ・Self-choiced ramen 750 yen
・Self-choiced ramen with green onion and sesame 850 yen
・Raw egg on rice 250 yen
Access Naha City Monorail: Miebashi Station By walk 5 minutes

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