Winter Trip to Hakodate [Day 1] ~Hakodate’s Morning Market, Bay Area, Motomachi, and more~Read Later
I visited Hakodate for 3 days and 2 nights over the winter. There was no end to things I wanted to do, but I was more than satisfied with being able to take the photo I wanted of Hakodate in the winter being both “sunny” and “snowy.”
This article will introduce the things that I did on my first day in Hakodate, including visiting the Hakodate morning market, the bay area, the Motomachi church, and foods around Hakodate!
When thinking of tsukemen in Saitama Prefecture, one that is sure to come up is “Noroshi” in Saitama City. Established as an independent shop after its owner trained at “Ore no Sora” in Takadanobaba, Noroshi is one of the most popular restaurants in Saitama Prefecture.
Just how good is it, since it’s been said to have surpassed its origin shop “Ore no Sora”?!
“Ramen Uroko” in Osaka is a popular stop for shio ramen!
They have 4 locations in Osaka Prefecture, and the same great flavors can be had at any of them. I will be introducing the location I visited in Nishinakajima.
Nestled in the middle of the market, Wakatsuki has a history that goes all the way back to the start. Established in 1948, this shop made its mark with its homemade ramen noodles and classic yakisoba.
Kinguemon, a famous restaurant specializing in shoyu ramen, has its main location in Osaka City.
This incredibly popular restaurant currently has locations not only in Osaka, but in places like Kyoto and Shimane as well.
Interesting and Delicious Ramen at “Chuka Soba Mutahiro,” With Locations in Tokyo and Osaka!Read Later
Mutahiro is a ramen restaurant that’s on the rise, now with 8 locations in Tokyo and Osaka!
This time, I visited their Sakaihigashi location in Osaka. One of their classic dishes is their interestingly-named “Wahaha Niboshi Soba.” When you think of the sound “wahaha,” you typically think of laughter. The restaurant’s owner, an Osaka native, loves to make people smile.
Do you believe that “racecourses are for gambling”? There’s actually a racecourse that’s practically a sightseeing location of its own, where you can enjoy fun events, gorgeous illuminations, and even amazing gourmet foods! That place is here, “Ohi Racecourse” in Tokyo’s Shinagawa.
Taiwan Mazesoba is very popular in Japan right now! Though the name is Taiwan Mazesoba, they say it originated in Nagoya. It was invented when the preparation of the minced pork didn’t turn out as hoped.