Ginza in known as the prominent high-class district in Japan, with many tourists enjoying their shopping there.
In Ginza, stylish and delicious ramen restaurants are opening one after another.
In this article, we’ll be introducing the newest ramen trends in Ginza.
※Every price is less than 1,000JPY
A restaurant popular immediately upon opening that always has a line.
Straight medium-fine noodles, are enveloped in a rich soup filled with chicken flavor. Seasonal ingredients are used for the toppings, and its appearance and taste are both top class.
Japanese notation：銀座 篝
Hours：Weekday 11:00 〜 15:30 17:00 〜 22:30 Sut. Holiday 11:00 〜 15:30 17:00 〜 21:00
The owner has a wide range of experience in areas such as French and Japanese cuisine, and the ramen dishes produced are all delicious and unique. One never before seen dish focuses on duck, implementing a soy sauce based soup enriched with duck stock and topped with duck fillet and duck dumplings.
Japanese notation：銀座 鴨そば 九代目けいすけ
Hours：Weekday 11:00 〜 15:00 17:30 〜 23:00 Sat. 11:00〜 23:00 Sun. Holiday 11:00 〜 22:00
Its exterior and interior look nothing like your typical ramen restaurant, and possess an elegance appropriate for the Ginza district.
The soup is made from a stock of Daisen chicken, dried sardines, and frog and is refreshing and easy to eat but also has depth.
It made an appearance in the Bib Gourmand restaurants highlight from the Michelin Guide Tokyo 2015.
Japanese notation：Ginza Noodles むぎとオリーブ
Hours：Weekday 11:30 〜 22:00 Sat. Holiday 11:30 〜 21:00
The low counter allows you to enjoy the owner’s ramen-making process.
Options for thicker noodles for dipping and lighter Chinese noodles are available for order to the customer’s preference.
Japanese notation：銀座 朧月
Hours：Weekday 11:00 〜 15:00 17:30 〜 22:00 Sat. 11:30〜 15:30 17:00 〜 21:00 Sun. Holiday 11:30 〜 16:00
Its elegant interior makes it easy for women to enter.
The ramen made by the restuaurant-trained owner is an elegant dish based around Japanese cuisine. Its light, refreshing taste was chosen as “the best ramen” in Japan’s domestic ramen rankings.
Japanese notation：麺処 銀笹
A thick, standard Miso Ramen with a taste you never get tired of.
Another good point is the ability to choose to your liking. Options range from Miso Ramen and Thick Miso Ramen to Super Spicy Ramen.
Japanese notation：ど・みそ 京橋本店
Hours：Weekday 11:00 〜 23:00 Sat. 11:00 〜 21:00 Sun. 12:00 〜 21:00