No fish no meat ramen
Gion Black Ramen
What happens at the Workshop
The instructor explains the steps of workshop and important points when making ramen noodles. After the explanation, you then pour water into the noodle-making machine.
2.Mix and knead the two kinds of flour
Mix the two kinds of flour to make the dough and knead it. (No need to worry here as the machine is very proficient at kneading!)
3.Roll out the dough into sheets
Roll out the noodle dough into sheets. If you can roll into uniform sheets then you are an expert! Repeating this process three times will make the noodle more ‘chewy.’
4.Sprinkle some flour on the sheets of noodle dough
Sprinkle some flour on the sheets so that the noodles will not stick to each other.
5.Cut the noodles
This is the final step of the process of making ramen noodles. The machine cuts the sheets of noodle dough into strips. The noodle strips emerge from the machine continuously and at quite a high rate, so you must waste no time in collecting and neatly bundling them.
6.Taste different noodles
Compare the taste of just-made ramen noodles in three different thicknesses. Can you find the differences in the taste and texture?
Finally, time to eat ramen! Please enjoy just-cooked ramen by the chef at Musoshin Gion Shop.
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The closest station
Gion Shijo Station
How to get to the station?
From Kyoto Kawaramachi Station: 5mins
Exact location provided after booking.
Sarah Jean Lim, Phillipines★★★★★
The experience was awesome. We had so much fun doing the workshop. Shin and Christine are great host and very friendly. We even got to try eating Musoshin ramen using the noodles we made. Thank you so much.
The experience was pretty great! The host was very friendly and we had a good time chatting, sharing our experience and making noodles. Then after, the noodle that was made was eaten and really it was absolutely amazing. Consider I was tired of ramen but after eating a bowl of Musoshin noodles, I thought twice about how I could be tired of Japanese ramen. Thank you very much for the wonderful time! I surely appreciated it.
Please know that this is not a ramen cooking workshop, but rather ramen noodle making workshop. All you get to do is mix flower and water in a special machine and produce a large amount of noodles. The process of preparing ramen is only explained but not shown. At the end of the workshop you get to try a chosen ramen prepared at a nearby restaurant. Not exactly what we expected but was fun anyway. Arigato gozaimas, Musoshin!
Seisha, United Kingdom★★★★★
Our Ramen making experience with Shin was incredible! His English was very good and he was a very friendly guy. He was also happy to tell us about the local area. The course was interactive and informative! Our ramen tasted great too!
Response from Musoshin
Up to 6 people can join Musoshin's cooking class.
Yes, Musoshin Ramen Noodle Workshop in Gion Kyoto City！ has a vegetarian option.
Duration of this cooking class is 1 hours.
It costs 3000 per person.
Yes, Musoshin Ramen Noodle Workshop in Gion Kyoto City！ has a vegan option.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
We accepts these cards on airKitchen.
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.