Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho

In the largest entertainment district in Hokkaido, Susukino, there is a street where ramen restaurants line up and this is known as "Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho." In fact, Hokkaido is the birthplace of Sapporo Ramen. In 1951, the street started with eight ramen restaurants. Now there are a total of 15 restaurants serving ramen on this street. Sapporo ramen has became one of the most famous Japanese dish in the world now. Why don't you try it where it originated?

Address
Grande Bldg. 1F, 3-6 Minami 5 Jonishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-11-663-7575
Access
3-min walk from Susukino Station on the Sapporo Subway Namboku Line
Official Website
http://www.ganso-yokocho.com/index.html
Time Required
60 min
Other Information
*Opening hours and prices vary depending on restaurants. Please check the official website for further details

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Nostalgic charm of Yokocho

"Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho" is situated on a small street filled with ramen restaurants. The street is so narrow that more than two people can't walk together without bumping to each other. From each restaurant you can smell the aroma of ramen soup floating into the narrow space. In addition to tasty ramen, people love the nostalgic atmosphere of the good old times that you can see and feel on this street.

Source:REALITY SPACE

Shirakaba Sanso Ramen

If you want to have miso ramen - the most famous Sapporo ramen - you should go to Shirakaba Sanso Ramen! Mixing white koji miso and white miso from Hokkaido, the rich miso soup is prepared by adding garlic and sesame oil. It matches perfectly with noodles. If you like spicy food, you can try "Spicy miso ramen" as well.

Teshikaga Ramen

Since Hokkaido is famous for seafood, you should try seafood ramen in Teshikaga Ramen. Here, there are a variety of ramen, including "Hokkaido Zenbu-nose" and "Kani miso" which has plenty of crabs. Many people line up in front of this store to taste the great seafood of Hokkaido.

Source:弟子屈ラーメン

Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho

In the largest entertainment district in Hokkaido, Susukino, there is a street where ramen restaurants line up and this is known as "Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho." In fact, Hokkaido is the birthplace of Sapporo Ramen. In 1951, the street started with eight ramen restaurants. Now there are a total of 15 restaurants serving ramen on this street. Sapporo ramen has became one of the most famous Japanese dish in the world now. Why don't you try it where it originated?

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Nostalgic charm of Yokocho

"Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho" is situated on a small street filled with ramen restaurants. The street is so narrow that more than two people can't walk together without bumping to each other. From each restaurant you can smell the aroma of ramen soup floating into the narrow space. In addition to tasty ramen, people love the nostalgic atmosphere of the good old times that you can see and feel on this street.

Source:REALITY SPACE

Shirakaba Sanso Ramen

If you want to have miso ramen - the most famous Sapporo ramen - you should go to Shirakaba Sanso Ramen! Mixing white koji miso and white miso from Hokkaido, the rich miso soup is prepared by adding garlic and sesame oil. It matches perfectly with noodles. If you like spicy food, you can try "Spicy miso ramen" as well.

Teshikaga Ramen

Since Hokkaido is famous for seafood, you should try seafood ramen in Teshikaga Ramen. Here, there are a variety of ramen, including "Hokkaido Zenbu-nose" and "Kani miso" which has plenty of crabs. Many people line up in front of this store to taste the great seafood of Hokkaido.

Source:弟子屈ラーメン

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