Miso Soup Restaurants in Japan

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Top Rated Restaurants
TOKYO

Haute Couture Cafe

Lunch: ¥3000-6000 - Dinner: ¥3000-6000
TOKYO

Nadeshico Sushi

Lunch: ¥4000-5000 - Dinner: ¥8000-10000
TOKYO

Sushi Rinda

Dinner: ¥20,000-29,999
HYOGO

Aragawa Hyogo

Lunch: ¥30,000-39,999 - Dinner: ¥40,000-49,999

Miso soup is probably the most fundamental staple of traditional Japanese cuisine, so much so that you’ll usually find a bowl of its accompanying breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s made using dashi stock and miso — a fermented soybean paste — and has a light, salty flavor.

There are hundreds of different kinds of Japanese miso paste of varying colors and textures, and each region has its own preferences, so you could have a new bowl of miso soup every day for a whole year and no two will taste quite the same. If you’re already addicted to this refreshing, rejuvenating soup, then you’ll find no shortage of places to get your fix.

Served alongside rice, noodles, meat dishes, tempura — miso soup really is one of the most versatile dishes in the Japanese cookbook. Our selection of the best miso soup restaurants in Japan lets you find your ideal bowl, and reserve a table within seconds!