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Ramen
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Lunch: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
Dinner: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
With all the flavors of the ocean in a hearty bowl of ramen, this is one of the most unique bowls in Tokyo.

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Seafood loving ramen buffs will lose their minds over the bowls served up at this Asakusa ramen shop. Their soup base is a clam broth with mussels added for extra flavor. This provides a natural, oceanic base for their outstanding salt ramen, which is topped with large pieces of seafood and bamboo shoots. If shellfish isn’t your thing, you can opt for the Niboshi Ramen — made from a stock of dried baby sardines. Alternatively, try the Kaiyu Ae Soba: a bowl of noodles without soup, topped with ground pork belly and oil made from shellfish. Expect queues when you visit. It’s worth noting that 11:30 am and 5:30 pm are when the lunch and dinner servings start, so consider timing your visit accordingly to avoid the worst of the queues.
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Ramen Kai Phone Number

03-3864-6055

Ramen Kai Business Days

Sunday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:30 PM
09:00 PM

Ramen Kai Address

Miyauchi Building 1F, 4-20-10 Kuramae, Taito City, Tokyo, 111-0051, Japan

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