HBO Max partners with JINYA Ramen Bar for signature dish “Tokyo Vice”

HBO Max and restaurant Katy JINYA Ramen Bar will co-brand a signature dish and merchandise line for HBO’s new show, “Tokyo Vice.” On April 28, the ramen restaurant will launch “The Tokyo Spice” dish in conjunction with the popular new crime drama.

Tokyo Vice follows the true story of American journalist Jake Adelstein, who moves to Tokyo to cover the police. The deeper Adelstein delves into his reporting, the more he discovers the danger and corruption in the Tokyo underground. The show aired on April 7.

The collaboration with HBO was facilitated by JINYA founder and CEO Tomo Takahashi after Takahashi felt inspired by the show. “We are proud to partner with HBO Max and support Tokyo Vice’s debut,” Takahashi said. “It’s an intense and eye-opening show that has captured the attention of fans around the world.”

The limited-edition Tokyo Spice dish includes spicy chicken broth, pork chashu, pork soboro, onsen tamago, cilantro, green onion, white onion, sesame seeds and chili flakes served with thin noodles.

To celebrate the partnership with HBO, on Thursday, April 28, JINYA will be giving away a free co-branded pint glass to the first 96 guests who order The Tokyo Spice.

“It was the perfect collaboration for us due to our authentic Japanese roots, so we can’t wait to invite guests over to celebrate with us next week as they taste our new, perfectly balanced bowl,” Takahashi said.

JINYA is located in the Asian city of Katy at 21788 Katy Freeway.

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