Open 11:00 - Last order 19:45
Ramen is a popular B-class gourmet food in Japan. There are various types of soup such as
salt, miso, pork bone, and soy sauce as well as various types of noodles and toppings, and
combinations of these are combined to create a unique ramen.
Taikaiken takes soy sauce, dried sardines, and flaked bonito, which are standards in Japanese
cuisine, and adds pork bone and vegetables to create a balanced flavor while focusing
on the soup to achieve its ramen's uniqueness.
While light and simple the soup is also filled with a deep flavor.
Taikaiken has 2 locations--one in Hachioji City in Tokyo Prefecture and
one in the town of Moroyama in Saitama Prefecture.
The Hachioji branch is probably easier to come to as
it is less than 1 hour away from central Tokyo by train.
It is a 5 minute walk from the north entrance of JR Hachioji Station,
and there are business hotels around it.
You can also easily go to Mount Takao where you can enjoy mountain
climbing in Tokyo with a 20-30 minute train ride.
When the restaurant is busy, a staff member will seat you.
The entire restaurant is non-smoking
No outside food or drinks allowed
Credit card payments not accepted. Only Japanese currency can be used.
The Hachioji branch has irregular closing days. Please see this site's News.
The prices are different at the Hachioji and Moroyama branches. The prices shown on this
English website are the Hachioji branch prices.