Located in Omachi , in the center of town, Seiryu first opened in 1981. Surrounded by other bars and restaurants, it became a popular Chinese restaurant where customers would go to enjoy one last bowl of ramen on a night out. The restaurant and adjoining residence were destroyed in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, but reopened a new store in the same area in March 2012.
Seiryu’s Kamaishi Ramen is garnished with roast pork, bamboo shoots, seaweed and sliced fish cake, and has a traditional, light flavor. The popular Miso Champon contains a generous serving of shellfish in a thick soup, and a spicy seasoning can be added to taste, while the specials menu also brings in many long-term customers.
The Miso Champon with its thick soup.
We look forward to welcoming you in store.
|Address||3-10-8 Omachi, Kamaishi City, 026-0024
|Open||11:30-13:30 / 17:30-22:15|
Information current as of May 2015. Business hours may have changed.
The reopened store, post-disaster
The tatami floor seating room in the back can cater for small parties
Recommended Menu Items
|Kamaishi Ramen ¥550||Miso Champon ¥800|
|Gyoza ¥550||Pan-fried Liver with Garlic Chives ¥750|
Kamaishi Ramen ¥550 – Slightly sweet with smooth noodles
Miso Champon ¥800 – A popular menu item that can be made spicier to taste