Ginzasa

麺処 銀笹

Ramen, Tsukemen

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ginzasa was open in 2010 and since the early days it was popular. Their main specialty is Ramen by they have also Tsukemen. Once you enter the shop they have instructions about how to eat their ramen and is really helpful to get all the taste potential. Their base soup is the classic dashi with salt on a base of chicken. You can choose between salty and soy sauce base soups. The shop is not the usual counter, in this case the kitchen is closed and the clients sit on tables nicely arranged, definitely it takes ramen into a more sophisticated direction. The chef Takahiro Sasanuma was working before with some very high-end washoku restaurants in Japan and finally decided to open his own restaurant Ginzasa. Located 350 meters from Tsukijishijo station.

Opening time:

Lunch
From: 11:30am
To: 15:00pm
Last order: 14:40pm
Closed: Sunday and public holidays
Average queue time : From 20 minutes

Dinner
From: 17:30pm
To: 22:00pm
Last order: 21:30pm
Closed: Sunday & public holidays
Average queue time : From 20 minutes

¥

Price / Payment:

Average prices:
Lunch ¥1,000~
Dinner ¥1,000~

Payments system:
Cash

Discount:
Other
Very good price-quality ratio and extremely popular.
No discount or free services. No need to show your Japan Gourmet Pass.


Features:

Menu translated in:
English

Capacity:
18 seats

Amenities:
Smoke-free
Casual
Tables
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza entrance view
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza ramen dish
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza tsukemen
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza ramen sasanuma
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza ramen set
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza ramen bowl
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza ramen close view
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza noodles close view
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza kitchen view
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza tables
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza tables arrangement
  • Ginzasa Ramen in Ginza name and logo

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