Mendokoro Ginzasa

If you see a long line of people at the edge of Ginza, it is Mendokoro Ginzasa. The owner trained at a Japanese restaurant for 18 years. On the other hand, he had another passion for ramen and he visited many ramen restaurants. Japanese dish tai-chazuke (sea bream with rice soaked in green tea) and ramen were his passion and combining these two resulted in the opening of this restaurant. They serve only 150 ramen every day and close after they sell out. Sometimes they close even before 17:30, the opening time for the evening. The chances you can eat this ramen is higher around 14:00-15:00.

Address
1F Fuji building, 8-15-2 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-3-3543-0280
Access
8-min walk from gate A3 of Tsukiji-shijo Station on Toei Oedo line 10-min walk from Ginzaguchi gate of JR Shimbashi Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-15:00, 17:30-closed when the soup sells out
Closed: Sundays & national holidays

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Light but Intense Soup 

The soup is light but full of intense savory flavors, unlike usual thick type ramen soup. The secret of this soup is the broth. Japanese broth made from seaweed and dried bonito, and broth from chicken and pork is kept in a pot one day before use in order to remove the fat.

Ramen and Tai-chazuke

The set menu of Ginzasa ramen and Tai-meshi (rice with sea bream). Here, you can't get Tai-meshi by itself. You can enjoy tai-chazuke if you pour ramen soup on tai-meshi after eating the noodles. The delicate taste of soup goes amazingly well not only with ramen, but also with tai-meshi, a rice dish.

Stylish Interior 

Vermilion and black, the owners favorite colors, adorn the interiors. The decor is chic, and contrary to typical ramen restaurants, there are no counter seats. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxing. The moment you enter the restaurant, the good smell of cooking tai-meshi will stir your appetite.

Mendokoro Ginzasa

If you see a long line of people at the edge of Ginza, it is Mendokoro Ginzasa. The owner trained at a Japanese restaurant for 18 years. On the other hand, he had another passion for ramen and he visited many ramen restaurants. Japanese dish tai-chazuke (sea bream with rice soaked in green tea) and ramen were his passion and combining these two resulted in the opening of this restaurant. They serve only 150 ramen every day and close after they sell out. Sometimes they close even before 17:30, the opening time for the evening. The chances you can eat this ramen is higher around 14:00-15:00.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Light but Intense Soup 

The soup is light but full of intense savory flavors, unlike usual thick type ramen soup. The secret of this soup is the broth. Japanese broth made from seaweed and dried bonito, and broth from chicken and pork is kept in a pot one day before use in order to remove the fat.

Ramen and Tai-chazuke

The set menu of Ginzasa ramen and Tai-meshi (rice with sea bream). Here, you can't get Tai-meshi by itself. You can enjoy tai-chazuke if you pour ramen soup on tai-meshi after eating the noodles. The delicate taste of soup goes amazingly well not only with ramen, but also with tai-meshi, a rice dish.

Stylish Interior 

Vermilion and black, the owners favorite colors, adorn the interiors. The decor is chic, and contrary to typical ramen restaurants, there are no counter seats. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxing. The moment you enter the restaurant, the good smell of cooking tai-meshi will stir your appetite.

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