Yilan is the first choice for many tourists, the shop design is fast, the experience is convenient and not awkward
After exiting "Kawaramachi Exit 9" of the Hankyu Line, go left, go left, go left!!! Important things are said three times, someone wrote to the right in Japanese, and asked me to bring my family and family to look around and waste one. The whole morning. Check out everyone on my po. Closer to home...... Go left from Exit 9 for about 200 meters and you will see Shinkyogoku-dori at the big crossroad. Turn left and go straight for about 300 meters. You will see Yakushi-dori, a pedestrian street where cars are prohibited. Turn straight and walk about 50 meters, and it is on the first floor on the left. It is recommended that you don’t have to wait in line when there are few people, that is, when you are outside of three meals. My mother is very satisfied with the meal, and she is reluctant to talk about how I took her through several big circles... But I am still very guilty. I hope everyone can arrive soon. In fact, the railway is easy to recognize the way. It is not fast. If you come from Kyoto Station, you can speak Japanese. You can take a bus to Shijo Kawaramachi before asking people. Ichiran’s soup is thick, with some chopped green onions and soft-boiled eggs. I like it more spicy. Before leaving, you can buy a ramen noodles and cook it for 2,200 yen, three packets of stock sauce, and three small packets of special chili powder. 6 packs of noodles, random in color, can be aftertaste.
Ichiran Ramen is a must-eat delicacy when you come to Japan. Of course, when I was queuing, I found that almost all Ichiran people were tourists. However, their ramen is really delicious, and the design of a small space for one person is also very comfortable. When I eat ramen, I will order an extra soft-boiled egg and put it in the soup. It tastes great!
The legendary Ichiran Ramen that would queue up didn't actually line up~ After ordering food on the self-service machine on the second floor, the waiter will send out a detailed ordering information card indicating the desired taste and preference. The dining area is a single cubicle, which is convenient for one person to eat alone, and there are hooks behind you to hang things.
There was a long line at the door. When I came to Japan without eating Ichiran, I felt like it was in vain, so after waiting for two hours, I finally got the best ramen. Ichiran's noodles looked like machine-made noodles in even thickness. At first, she was still suspicious of the taste. It was not until the last sip of the soup that she understood the truth.