Ramen Kagetsu Arashi Opens at Tampines 1!

Ramen Kagetsu Arashi has finally arrived at Singapore and landed in Tampines 1!
Established in 1992, Kagetsu is one of the largest Ramen chain in Japan with more than 260 outlets worldwide.

We were glad to be invited *cough* staff's perks*cough* to their opening last Wednesday!

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The Japanese boss addressing to his guests and share his aspirations for Ramen Kagetsu Arashi in Singapore and Asia!

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What are they looking at?!


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The Japanese guests were really supportive and enthusiastic about what's coming up!

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How can we go without Kagami Biraki at Ramen Kagetsu Arashi opening ceremony?
Kagami Biraki is a ceremony where Japanese will break open the wooden casks of Sake with mallets during major occasions like store openings, wedding and other celebrations. In Singapore, we usually call it 
SAKE OPENING!
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Every invited guests get to enjoy a cuppa Sake to enjoy a share of good fortune!
The Sake was so strong that I thought I was going to faint immediately!

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Cheers to more successful establishment ahead!
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After the Sake Opening Ceremony, we were treated with an awesome Taiko performance!
They were the same team invited for Liang Court Konnichiwa Japan Fest opening.

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Time for food! Everyone is excited about what's in store for them!

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My signature "take photo with the menu" pose.

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Yummy Ramens with different broths.

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Add some toppings to spice up your bowl of Ramen!

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Lovely colleagues waiting for the upcoming feast.

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First Up!
TEPPAN ITAMESHI ($12.90)

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The friendly staff will help you to give the Teppan rice a good stir to ensure all the flavours are immersed in the rice!

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The Teppan and sauce makes the rice really fragrant and I love the egg!
If you like the burnt part of Claypot rice, you will definitely love this!

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GYOZA ($6/5pc)
The skins are pan-fried to perfection, but I wish there were more flavour for the fillings and saltier.

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What's cooking?

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We ordered the signature
ARASHI GENKOTSU RAMEN ($12.90)

The ramen uses Tonkotsu broth simmered with pork marrow, pork, collagen and fats. Lots of garlic were added to the base, thus, you might have a garlicky breath aftermath.

Fresh garlics and a tool will be served upon request for you to squash out the garlic paste, which indeed made the soup more flavoursome!

The egg served with the ramen was a hard boiled egg, with option to add on a runny yolked egg with $1.50. Many might be disappointed with this serving, but I heard there's a reason why hard boiled was chosen. The runny yolk was difficult to stay intact in the soup, and might change the taste of the broth while it's "melting" inside.

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Looking for some spiciness?
Other than the typical chilli powder, you may want to add in these spicy chives!

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If you are craving for ramen, why not come to RAMEN KAGETSU ARASHI ?

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RAMEN KAGETSU ARASHI
Tampines 1, #02-09/10
Tel: 6854 0335
Opening Hrs: 11.30-9.30pm

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