Oiwatei seeks the ultimate in richness and freshness. This is the thickest ramen broth in Japan. It's made from pork bones and chicken bones, simmered for long periods, and a swirling appearance. It's so thick your spoon will stand when you stick it in the broth! If you've ever thought "Japanese food is bland", give Oiwatei a try. It will "stick" in your mind!


1 Chome-16-9 Midoricho, Anjo, Aichi 446-0055


Directions JR
Take the Tokaido Main Line (Tokai) New Rapid (Toyohashi) from Nagoya Station to Kariya Station. (about 20 min)
Transfer to the local train (bound for Okazaki) from Kariya Station to Higashikariya Station. (about 5 min)
It's five minutes on foot.

Business hours
11 am-2 pm
5 pm-9 pm
(Restaurant closes if broth runs out)
Holidays Mondays, Obon, New Year holidays
Credit card payment Not accepted
Price ¥1,000-¥1,999
Average visit length About an hour

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