$2 Ramen VS $100 Ramen in Tokyo, Japan!!! Never Seen Before!!

$2 Ramen VS $100 Ramen in Tokyo, Japan!!! Never Seen Before!!
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1. 7-11 CONVENIENCE STORE: Instant Ramen
SOCIAL: https://www.facebook.com/noodlestandtokyo/

?? INSTANT RAMEN: Fresh noodles, char siu meat and bamboo root.

?PRICE: ¥185 JPY/ $1.7 USD
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2. ORERYU SHIO RAMEN: Genovese Ramen
ADDRESS: Shibuyaku, Jungumae, 6-29-2 Basement Floor
SOCIAL: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ore-Ryu-Shio-Ramen-Tokyo/1291108971021023

?? GENOVESE RAMEN: For the veggies: Heat up a hot pan with cooking oil. Add cabbage, bok choi, onions, carrots and mushrooms. Stir-fry them in the pan for 2 minutes.
For the genovese noodle bowl: Add noodles in a bowl with pai-tan soup (chicken bone and pork bone soup), salt-base sauce, genovese sauce and pepper. Next, add the vegetables. Then, top up with char siu pork, bamboo shoots, spinach, green onions, soft boiled-egg marinated in soy sauce, mirin and ito-toragashi (thread hot peppers). Finally garnish with Italian parsley.

?PRICE: ¥980 JPY/ $9.00 USD
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ADDRESS: 150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya city, Jingumae, 1 chrome 2, Japan

?? $100 RAMEN: The wagyu: Cut the wagyu into steak piece. Prepare a hot pan with cooking oil and add minced garlic and stir. Remove and place in a small bowl. Place wagyu piece in the pan and sprinkle salt and pepper. Let it fry for 10 seconds on all sides. Add mixed sauce in the pan and cook for 1 minute. Remove the wagyu meat out and wrap it in tinfoil.
The sukizaky (long beef slices): Prepare a hot pan with soy sauce, sugar and seaweed. Dip the beef in the pan for 5 seconds then remove and put in a dish.
The flavored oil: Add flavored oil with onion, garlic, ginger and sugar in a pot and heat up for 5 mins.
$100 noodles bowl: Prepare a big bowl with soy sauce paste, salt base sauce and milky oyster sauce. Second, pour the broth in and add noodles in the bowl. Add in the flavored oil, wagyu steak, sukiyaki meat, naganegi, white asparagus, half of seasoned egg in the bowl. Then, add some truffle oil on the beef. Finally, add bonito (dried fish flakes) and gold flakes.

?PRICE: ¥10900 JPY/ $100.00 USD
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  1. It’s pointless to ask for a tailor made ramen to make it more expensive for the sake of making it expensive. You can put any price if it’s guaranteed to be purchased. In addition to that, $2 is not the cheapest ramen, either. The whole episode is so fake, and I want you to stop providing wrong impression of Japanese ramen. You just couldn’t shoot in more famous and delicious ramen stores. This is a poor quality copy of the Buzzfeed video.

  2. shoot go to Iwakuni and go to this one yakaniku place just to the left at the end of the yellow brick road….;) $40-50 to eat and drink for 2 hours a person. homemade mango and grape sake…

  3. Hi from the UK..
    This vid or vlog..
    Was amazing..!!!!
    This great food rammen is what we like to see… amazing !!!
    Good work..no.!..great work 😉

  4. I used to like this guy until he mentioned rhinos. Mxium, our precious giants are in trouble cause of Chinese guys believing that their horns have super healing powers. Mxiiim. Leave our rhinos, don't joke about them!!!!!! What are you trying to do, get more killed????! Sometimes you can be so ignorant.

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