Kamaishi Sarashina first opened its doors in 1959, located alongside the main road through Kosano-cho. Although the name Sarashina refers to a variety of high quality soba noodles, the restaurant has always served ramen as well. Its Kamaishi Ramen, with homemade noodles, is one of the most popular items on the menu.
Sarashina tops off its Kamaishi Ramen with deliciously fatty roasted pork, as well as bamboo shoots and seaweed, to compliment the light and refreshing soup. The store itself has relaxed lighting, and serves several set meals at lunchtime, in addition to the usual soba and ramen. For dinner it offers a variety of local sake, shochu and umeshu (plum liquor) from all over the country and serves delicious dishes made with fresh Sanriku seafood.
Tasteful curtains hang in the doorway
Whether you’re a new or regular customer, you must try our Kamaishi Ramen at least once! New menu currently under consideration.
|Address||1-1-26 Kosano-cho, Kamaishi City, Iwate Prefecture 026-0031
|Open||11:00-15:00 / 17:00-22:00|
|Closed||The 6th, 16th and 26th day of every month|
|Paking||8 spaces available|
Information current as of May 2015. Business hours may have changed.
A well-established soba restaurant also serving Kamaishi Ramen
Table and counter seating on the first floor, tatami-floor seating on the second floor.
Recommended Menu Items
|Kamaishi Ramen ¥550||Ochazuke Ramen ¥750|
|Moshi Soba ¥550||Tempura Soba ¥1,100|
|Dinner Drinking Set (evenings only) ¥1,900|
Kamaishi Ramen ¥550 – made with homemade noodles
¥Dinner Drinking Set ¥1,900 – Set includes seasonal items (Dinner only)