Popular Tokyo restaurant Yaro Ramen is looking to expand beyond its physical locations by offering consumers the option to conveniently order its dishes with an app.
The app was released on November 1st, is available for both iPhone and Android, and comes with a monthly subscription feature option that runs for about $75 USD a month. This feature allows consumers to receive a different bowl of ramen every day, and save a lot of money in doing so in comparison to paying full price. In order to keep this option exclusive to students and working singles who may be struggling to cook for themselves and keep track of their expenses, Yaro Ramen's subscriptions are only available to those who are between 18 and 38 years old.
In addition, the app updates instantly to show consumers the most recently added menu items, and highlights promotional campaigns that will allow them to save even more.
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