Contributed by Nan Santamaria of Metro Manila-based Vgrafiks.
How the Japanese live so long is no secret — it’s because they eat well and take it easy. Kenji Tei Ramen House takes their cue, serving plain and simple authentic ramen that stands out from today’s menu of commoditized cuisine.
Kenji Tei’s noodles are homemade with you in mind, because they know that honest, quality food and fresh ingredients are best for the long run, in life and in business.
It’s the same with Kenji Tei’s brand. We give you a taste of Kenji Tei as they are, without drowning them in sauce and seasonings. Three colors are enough: red, white, and black. The logotype is influenced by Japanese calligraphy.
The overall result is classy, but inviting. Deep red accents stoke the appettite, along with graceful, noodly lines that go with Buensalido+Architects’ clever interior design. A cheerful logo mark is the last word: come on in!