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For this Tokyo ramen tour video, I was on the Best of Tokyo Food Tour with David from The Hungry Tourist. His tours are one of a kind and focus on deep high end food!
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Ramen Tour of Ginza, Tokyo – 3 unique bowls of ramen
#1 Ramen Rule – Taste the broth first, after that, there are no other main rules to eating ramen, just slurp and enjoy.
Ginza Kagari – The first Japanese ramen restaurant we went to is a very well known place that serves chicken ramen, called Ginza Kagari. We waited in line for about 30 minutes before getting in. The broth was thick and rich, and overall a very good bowl.
Price – 1,050 JPY ($9.23)
Kazami – This was one of my favorites of the day, a thick unique sake ramen. One of the interesting things about ramen in Japan is that it’s a relatively recent addition to Japanese food, and so there are less “rules” meaning chefs can experiment and try unique versions of ramen. This sake ramen was delicious.
Price – 980 JPY ($8.62)
Shichisai – Finally for our last bowl of ramen on this ramen food tour, we ate at a place called Shichisai, known for serving hand-made noodles right in front of you. The noodles were the best of the tour for sure.
Price – 970 JPY ($8.53)
If I could have the noodles from Shichisai and the sake broth from Kazami, that would be perfect!
Thank you to The Hungry Tourist for inviting me on The Best of Tokyo Food Tour.
(I didn’t personally pay for the food in this video).
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