らーめん 鉢ノ葦葉 本店
My work brought me to Tsu this time, in Mie Prefecture. Tsu is a rather small town an hour south of Nagoya, with unagi eel being their claim to culinary fame. But I wasn't in the mood. There's got to be some decent ramen out here!
I vaguely remember someone mentioning Yokkaichi. As this station was on the way, I hopped off for a few minutes to have a slurp. The station attendant even gave me a note so I could get back in. Thanks!
Hachinoashiha is the spot to hit. It's highly ranked; the only one with a decent rating of the dozen or so local shops in the area. It is also a lunch-only shop on weekdays, while it opens for a dinner service on the weekend.
Pretty decent. The shop boasts their use of all Japanese ingredients and a non chemical mantra. Very chicken-y, with some nice fried onion as an accent.
They offer a few other items on the menu, but first-timers should get the shio ramen, without a doubt.
Official Site Here
Mie Prefecture, Yokkaichi-shi, Shirokitacho 1-12
Closest station: Yokkaichi
Weekends 11:00-15:00, 18:00-21:00