What does a Japanese Ramen Chef do?
Paolo from TOKYO: “This is Tokyo life working in Japan at a Japanese Ramen Shop as a Ramen Chef. Japanese workers are often portrayed as Salarymen but in this video, we focus on the Japanese food services industry and what it is like to work in a Japanese restaurant. This is a day in the life of a Japanese Chef, Tetsuya, 41 years old, working in Japan at a ramen store, karashibi miso ramen Kinkanbo.
It’s a popular spicy ramen shop in Tokyo Japan serving a devil ramen. We see Japanese working hours as well as Japanese workers in a Tokyo ramen restaurant, a peek into Japanese life. Tetsuya starts the day in his apartment and as an average Japanese worker, he commutes to work in Tokyo via train. It only takes him 20 minutes to get to work, but soon after arriving, he’s busy working at the Japanese food restaurant and preparing Japanese ramen noodles for customers.
His main duty is the manager of the ramen shop, but he also creates new gentei limited-time menu items as a Japanese ramen chef. Life in Tokyo is amazing and part of this is because we have dedicated workers in Japan that keep the city running. To be a Japanese chef you must really have a passion for what you do.
If you are ever looking for a spicy food challenge or a spicy ramen challenge in Tokyo, then the Kikanbo ramen shop should be your first destination. But don’t worry, if you can’t eat spicy ramen, the ramen shop also prepares a non-spicy version of the ramen bowl.
Customers can choose their level of spiciness from low all the way to Oni level, aka Devil ramen. Enjoy this Japanese food tour of a Japanese ramen shop”