Ramen: Kazami in Ginza | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Ginza this time is Ramen: Kazami.

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TripAdvisor Kazami(score:4.5)
Restaurant’s Name (Japanese) 銀座 風見
Business Hours Weekdays & Sat
11:30 AM ~ 3:20 PM
5:30 PM ~ 10:00 PM
11:30 AM ~ 8:00 PM
Category Ramen Restaurant
Budget ¥1,000
TEL +81-3-3572-0737
Address 1F | Asagi Bldg., 6-4-13 Ginza, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture
Business Holiday Sunday
Access Ginza Station
Seats 8
Credit Card Not Accepted
Smoking Establishment Non-smoking

Access from the Station

The nearest exit is C2 of Tokyo Metro – Ginza station. Estimated travel time on foot is only 3 minutes.

Coming from JR Yamanote line – Yurakucho Station, it’ll take 7 minutes on foot taking the nearest Ginza exit.


Seeing the exterior design of this ramen place can be pretty reassuring!

Just look at the sleek and modern style of the building, it’ll surely give you satisfying feels!

Very easy to find especially for a foreigner like me because it has an English name printed on that blue banner outside.

Please expect to line up for a little while along with so many foreign customers.


The interior decor is similar to some of the sushi restaurants that I’ve been to. Quite interesting isn’t it?!

Sure does have a relaxing ambiance that every customer can dine with ease.

There are only 8 counter seats to accommodate customers and nothing more.
Though it has limited seats, customers can dine alone, with a friend or co-worker, and also for couple’s casual dates.

You can see a lot of foreign customers almost every day.

Recommended Menu

“Sake Kasu Nōkō Soba”

The broth is mixed with sake kasu (sake lees) that made this ramen so unique in taste. Thick broth with sake aroma will surely make you keep coming back for more!


These options will add taste to your preferred ramen bowl.

Additional Information

Recommended for dining alone, with a friend or co-worker, and also for couple’s casual dates.

Cons: Secluded restaurant.

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