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Ginza's Fanciest Ramen Features Wagyu Beef and Is Totally Worth ¥1,500! [PR]


Ginza's fanciest ramen can be found at re:Dine Ginza, one of the most interesting concept restaurants in Tokyo. It features 3 different meats, including amazing wagyu beef that melts in your mouth as you eat it. For those searching for outstanding ramen in Ginza, this is as luxurious as it gets!

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Behold the luxurious 'Wagyu Ramen' at re:Dine Ginza

Sous-vide Wagyu ramen, ¥1,500
The ramen is served with sous-vide-cooked chicken and duck chashu, plus a large piece of tender, premium wagyu. Each meat is cooked separately, to a different finishing temperature, giving each its optimal tenderness.
The beautiful golden soup is made with clams, a whole chicken, dried sardines, konbu, and porcini. The finishing touch is duck oil and porcini oil, which gives it its luxurious and deep taste.
The hand-made noodles are thin, yet have a nice bite to them and a lovely wheat flavor. They are the perfect carrier for the light and umami-filled broth.
The wagyu beef is so tender that it melts in your mouth. Wagyu is quite rare to see as a ramen topping due to its expensive price tag, but they've held nothing back for this ramen! It's definitely a bit of a splurge, but so worth it!

Important: Make Sure You Go at the Right Time in Order To Get a Bowl!

Ginza's fanciest ramen is incredible, but it's only available at certain times. On weekends, the ramen is only available at lunchtime from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. However, on weekdays, you'll have to go at dinner time from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm to get your hands on it. Look out though, the ramen isn't served on Thursdays or Fridays!

If you plan to go, it's recommended to make a free online reservation using the button below (no sign-up required).

What is re:Dine Ginza?

Re:Dine is Japan's first chef co-working restaurant. Customers can order dishes from any of the several different chefs working in the kitchen and vote for the food that they like the best at the end of the meal. The venue has 120 seats, so there's plenty of room even for large groups. Other than ramen, the menu features french, basque, seafood, fusion, and other cuisines, meaning you can try many different foods all in one place! For dessert, try the super-rich sesame ice cream. It'll blow your taste buds away!
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