Established in Toronto’s Baldwin Village in 2012, Kinton Ramen is proud to have introduced authentic Japanese ramen bars to Canada’s largest city. Now with 21 locations spanning 4 countries (Canada, Korea, Japan, US), Kinton Ramen is Canada’s largest ramen chain and ramen bar export. Executive chef Aki Urata oversees the chain’s build-your-own ramen menu featuring nine housemade broths, two noodle-types and 18 topping options. High quality hearty ingredients and Japan’s warm signature hospitality collide at Kinton Ramen, offering guests a unique, authentic Japanese ramen noodle house and soup experience, down-to-the-last-drop. Visit kintonramen.com.
Founded in 2009, Kinton Kinka Corporation (KKC or Kinka Family) was established with an aim to offer a one-of-a-kind hospitality experience. Since then, the privately-owned company has come to be recognized as a respected hospitality leader and Canada’s largest Japanese restaurant group, operating 32 restaurants in four countries. Kinka Family owns and operates a diverse portfolio of restaurants and cafés in Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Tokyo and Seoul. Included are Kinka Izayaka, a Japanese pub, famous for its bustling atmosphere, Kinton Ramen, the first authentic ramen shop to open in Toronto, JaBistro, a sophisticated sushi and sashimi bistro, and Neo Coffee Bar, an affiliated modern Japanese bakery and café. Each concept is unique in its offering, ambiance, and service-style, and all embody the Kinka Family mission: “serving people happiness.” Visit kinkafamily.com.