About us


Ramen restaurant in etto, a new landmark of Miyajima, Hiroshima

A new landmark of Miyajima, Hiroshima, where Nippon's "chic" gathers, "etto" is a tourist commercial facility directly connected to the Miyajima-guchi Passenger Terminal, a 1-minute walk from Hiroden Miyajima-guchi Station.
On its second floor, there is a restaurant floor called "Oogotsu Dining," and Hiroshima Ramen Kaban is a ramen restaurant operating here.

There are many other specialties of Hiroshima and Miyajima, but this restaurant offers the three major local Hiroshima noodles: Hiroshima ramen, Hiroshima tsukemen, and shirunashi tantanmen.
Miyajima is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hiroshima, visited by both domestic and international tourists.
We hope that many people will enjoy sightseeing in Hiroshima by enjoying our three major local Hiroshima noodles not only as Miyajima specialties but also as Hiroshima specialties in general.

Hiroshima's three major local noodles that are sure to satisfy any palate.

Thankfully, many tourists have expressed their satisfaction with our pride in Hiroshima's three major local noodles.

Ajitama Ramen topped with Ajitama is our most popular Hiroshima Ramen!
Hiroshima ramen is made by pouring a broth made from pork bones, chicken bones, vegetables, etc. simmered in soy sauce sauce until it becomes cloudy, and served with well-seasoned ajitama.
This is our most popular and delicious dish.

Hiroshima tsukemen is perfect for those who like their food cold and spicy!
Hiroshima tsukemen is a dish that is different from tsukemen in other regions, as it is served with cold, dry soy sauce-based dipping sauce and chilled noodles and ingredients.
Surprisingly, many customers order it even during the cold season because of its delicious taste.

Soupless tantanmen is a new Hiroshima specialty that has been gaining popularity in recent years and is the Hiroshima version of aburasoba!
The spiciness of the sansho pepper is very addictive, and the noodles and ingredients are served after stirring thoroughly with the sauce at the bottom of the bowl.
Finally, mixing the rice with the leftover ingredients is an excellent way to enjoy all of the ingredients and sauce.

We look forward to welcoming not only our customers who come to Miyajima for sightseeing, but also local residents.