Sapporo × Ramen
When people think of Sapporo, many think of Miso Ramen. Actually, there is a delicious ramen that only the locals know about. It's called "Sapporo Black", and you can try this specialty at Isono Kazuo, a ramen shop that's only open at night.
Unlike ordinary ramen, 「Tsukemen」style ramen is similar to Japanese 「Zarusoba」 style of eating noodles. You get the noodles and soup separately and you dip your noodles in the soup before each bite (slurp).
This time, I visited the「Araton Main Branch 」where they are famous for Tsukemen style ramen.
“Menya Saimi” is a popular ramen restaurant for media and TV interviews as regularly deemed the number one in Sapporo.
If you ask around Sapporo City for advice on where to find the best ramen, you’re almost sure to hear the name SUMIRE.
「Keyaki」, Sapporo’s proud MISO RAMEN specialty shop. A Rich Miso Ramen Shop with big LINE UPS!Read Later
There are 3 types of soup base for RAMEN, SHIO(salt base), SHOYU(Soy sauce base), and MISO(Miso paste base). Miso Ramen originates in SAPPORO. There are so many Ramen shops serving Miso Ramen but 「Keyaki」 represents MISO RAMEN in Sapporo.
Sapporo has an abundance of Ramen restaurants and Ramen Gojogen`s main location has been a popular place for many years.
Of Sapporo's countless ramen shops, EBISOBA ICHIGEN deserves special mention for their unique take on the popular dish.