Hamakaze, an authentic Japanese Restaurant in Cebu

Ramen never fails. Especially with the right and fresh ingredients, you can never go wrong with ramen.

With the growing number of Japanese restaurants in Cebu, it’s pretty much confusing for us which one is better yet still affordable. That’s why a Japanese entrepreneur built Hamakaze in Cebu to offer the best of Japanese cuisine at an affordable price.


For both lovers and curious minds of Ramen, Hamazake is an ideal Japanese restaurant you should visit and dine. First, the food is great ranging from ramen to appetizers to drinks.

Gyoza – P150

Tori Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) really stood out for me among all the appetizers. It tasted like Jollibee’s Chickenjoy but with a Japanese twist; the unique sauce was a perfect pair making it more flavorful.

Tori Karaage
Tori Karaage – P230
Hiyashi Chuka
Hiyashi Chuka – P240

If you’re a first-timer for ramens, try their Tori Paitan Syo-Yu Ramen for a start. You will surely love it.

Tori Paitan Syo-Yu Ramen
Tori Paitan Syo-Yu Ramen – P290
Tori Paitan Ebi Ramen
Tori Paitan Ebi Ramen – P340
Abura Soba
Tsukemen – P240

Below is the full menu list of Hamakaze:

Hamakaze has an intimate ambiance (a bit small but not crowded). The staff were friendly and quick in serving the orders. What also makes them stand out from the rest, they are open until 4AM. Who doesn’t even like to have some ramen at dawn or after the party?



  • Address: A. S. Fortuna Street, Banilad, Cebu (across Lightsite Parc, near Oakridge)
  • Operating hours: 12NN to 3:30PM, 6PM to 4AM
  • Contact number: (032) 505-4220

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  1. It’s our go-to place in AS Fortuna because it serves fantastic dip noodles at a really low price. Plus it is open at odd hours. Their chahan and karaage are really yummy – you don’t have to be Japanese to appreciate their flavors.


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