Tadaima henshinchu-Our commitment to supreme ramen

Inspiration through food.

Each dish is carefully prepared and finished to complete the highest quality of food.

Ramen is the national dish of Japan, and is highly popular in the world as a Japanese food.

Although the two seem to be at odds with each other, the creator’s desire to deliver excitement through food is the same for both.

I believe that if we incorporate French techniques and Japanese ingredients into ramen, we will be able to deliver the ultimate bowl of ramen and excitement.

This is how French Ramen started.

“Ramen is French.”

These are the words of Executive Chef Shota Saka, who is currently undergoing a transformation.

Saka is a true French chef who has worked as a sous-chef at a two Michelin star restaurant.

This supreme ramen is the result of incorporating Japanese ingredients into the techniques that Saka has refined over his 14-year career in French cuisine, and putting everything into it.

This is a French ramen dish that uses oysters, a Japanese ingredient, in abundance.

We want to bring you excitement through ramen.

That’s what we at Tadaima henshinchu want to do.

We hope you will try our supreme French ramen.

Tadaima henshinchu particulars

Our special oysters

Oysters purchased directly from fishermen in Hiroshima.
It brings out the best flavor.

Moist Raret Chashu pork cooked at low

Slowly cooked at 63 degrees for a long time.
It is made into moist and rare pork.

Moist Raret
Chashu pork cooked at low

Slowly cooked at 63 degrees for a long time.
It is made into moist and rare pork.

Custom-made noodles for oyster ramen

Originally developed with Ohashi Noodles, which has a history of over 50 years.
The smooth broth is intertwined with the oyster and sea bream, making it a perfect match.