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When Jinya founder Tomonori Takahashi arrived in the US in 2010, he couldn't find high-quality traditional ramen anywhere -- so he took matters into his own hands. His franchise now serves noodles that are handmade daily and go through a meticulous aging process before they reach your bowl. Served in a thick broth rich with flavor, Jinya’s ramen is as authentic as it gets -- a rare feat for a chain -- whether you keep it classic with the tonkotsu black (pork broth, chasu, nori, green onions, egg, and garnishes) or kick it up a notch with the spicy chicken ramen.

Jinya Ramen Bar
Washington DC

Jinya Ramen Bar

Peter Stepanek

When Jinya founder Tomonori Takahashi arrived in the US in 2010, he couldn't find high-quality traditional ramen anywhere -- so he took matters into his own hands. His franchise now serves noodles that are handmade daily and go through a meticulous aging process before they reach your bowl. Served in a thick broth rich with flavor, Jinya’s ramen is as authentic as it gets -- a rare feat for a chain -- whether you keep it classic with the tonkotsu black (pork broth, chasu, nori, green onions, egg, and garnishes) or kick it up a notch with the spicy chicken ramen.