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“Home-made authenticity! ”
Review of Nisshin Tei Honten

Nisshin Tei Honten
Ranked #27 of 450 Restaurants in Hakone-machi
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$7 - US$9
Cuisines: Japanese
Restaurant details
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My friends and I (from Australia) just ate here and it was incredible. We each ordered the Japanese Curry dish, along with two sets of gyoza and a set of spring rolls.

Each dish tasted amazing, and you could really tell from the incredible flavours that everything was home-made. Even the chilli oil was home-made by the owner!

The owner and all of the staff were incredibly friendly, and service was excellent.

We would eat here everyday if we stayed in Hakone longer, and it is definitely one of the best meals we've had in all of our time in Japan.

Thank Julian P
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best ramen restaurants in japan! My partner and I ordered ‘meat noodles’ ‘cha shoa’ and fried wontons. Everything was delicious. Huge servings of ramen and really good price (800yen per bowl). Friendly/helpful staff :)

Thank Bess95
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Reviewed 25 December 2017 via mobile

Akira is very nice and friendly! Ramen and sauces are homemade, rice is good and ginger ales too! Ramen with pork and fried rice are the best ones we’ve tasted.

Thank Rudy Z
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Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

We ate a late lunch in town when a lot of other restaurants were closed. This place actually had a wait, so we figured it had to be good. It didn’t disappoint, and we had delicious ramen, fried wantons, sticky rice, and dumplings. The owner was our server for the meal, and spoke pretty good English. He was extremely friendly, and you could tell he took pride in the food he was serving. He pointed out his favorites and let us know he made most of it in house (see gigantic bamboo rolling pin in window). He was definitely one of the nicest people we met in Japan, and I would go back just to see him. Food was probably 4/5, but the service makes this place a 5.

Thank Matt S
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Reviewed 16 January 2017 via mobile

We came to Hakonē after our New Years celebrations in Tokyo just to have a couple days of rest before heading to Kyoto.
We loved Hakonē and as always, we do our research on restaurants but always manage to stumble across a little gem, and this was definitely that!
This restaurant is nothing to look at, off the beaten track and quite hard to find, but it's definitely worth looking for.
We were just in the mood for a good ramen, and this ramen was what a traditional ramen is all about, massive bowls filled with everything plus little gyozas & dumplings on the side. There was more than we expected but we left nothing! Highly recommend this place, more of a locals type of restaurant than a tourist trap but the staff were more than helpful

Thank Scotty C
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