Recommended restaurant in Ginza this time is Ramen: Yamachan.
Ramen: Yamachan｜Feature Reference
|Retaurant’s Name (Japanese)||長浜屋台 やまちゃん|
|Business Hours||Monday to Saturday:
11 AM ～ 4 PM
11 AM ～ 8 PM
11 AM ～ 11 PM
|Address||3-11-10 Ginza, Ginza, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Access||Higashi Ginza Station|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
Access from the Station
Estimated travel time on foot is 1 minute coming from Higashi Ginza Station.
This ramen house is definitely not modern-looking and it has wooden walls with red banner where the restaurant’s name can be found.
Since it has limited space, it’s recommended if you come in early to avoid peak hours or long queue.
As expected, the dining area is not so wide yet the tidiness of the place is indeed noticeable.
There are about 18 seats in total, 10 counter seats, and 2 four-seater tables. The atmosphere seems to be very comfortable which is good for everyday dining experience.
It is convenient for solo diners and dining with a friend or co-worker. But don’t get me wrong, everyone’s welcome to dine!
Most of the customers are native Japanese people who are working individuals nearby.
“Tonkotso (Nagahama) Ramen”
This ramen is made from a perfectly-boiled crushed porks, thin noodles, and great toppings like green onions, pepper, egg, and a lot more. The deluxe toppings that compliment the taste of this bestselling ramen made it even more exceptional.
Recommended for solo diners, eating with a friend or co-worker, and for couple.