Hakodate Ramen Shop: Ajisai

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Established over 80 years ago, the main branch of Hakodate's ramen shop, Ajisai, can be found right next to Hakodate's popular tourist spot, Goryokaku Park. Located close to tourist attractions, the restaurant has gained popularity among both locals and tourists for its shio (salt) ramen, a Hakodate speciality. This dish is a real gem that is easy to eat, with a deep-bodied, mellow soup. In addition to shio ramen, there is a great variety of other flavors available as well, such as shoyu (soy) ramen, miso ramen or curry ramen.

Address
29-22 Goryokaku-cho, Hakodate-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-138-51-8373
Access
7-minute walk from the tram station, Goryokakukoenmae.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00 ‐ 20:25
Closed every fourth Wednesday (if this falls on a national holiday then it is moved to the following weekday)
Official Website
http://www.ajisai.tv/
Other Information
Average budget (per person) : Lunch from 999 yen, dinner from 999 yen Menu: Misai shio ramen 750 yen, misai sei abura ramen 750 yen, akamiso ramen 850 yen, misai tsuke men 850 yen, misai curry 880 yen, gyoza 350 yeb Credit cards accepted

※ 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.

Source:食べログ

Carefully selected ingredients from Hokkaido

All of the ingredients used in the soup for the shio ramen are produced in Hokkaido, including the kelp used in the shio ramen, the butter for the shoyu ramen, and the milk in the curry ramen. The soup takes a lot of time and effort to prepare as the heat level has to be just right for you to enjoy a rich flavour that is not bitter.

Source:食べログ

Known for Hokkaido's speciality, shio ramen

This restaurant's most popular dish is the 'Misai Shio Ramen' (750 yen). Using pork, chicken, and natural rock salt on a base of kelp produced in southern Hokkaido, this soup is clear with no bitter taste, and is even popular among women. It also tastes excellent with the shop owner's special made-to-order straight noodles or with a juicy roast pork on top of the noodles.

Source:食べログ

Mouth-wateringly spicy!

Using milk produced in Hakodate as a base, misai curry (880 yen), a type of curry ramen, has a mild spiciness and is very popular. A soup that sparks appetite with its perfect harmony between the spicy curry and mellow, rich flavoured milk.

Source:食べログ

Hakodate Ramen Shop: Ajisai

Established over 80 years ago, the main branch of Hakodate's ramen shop, Ajisai, can be found right next to Hakodate's popular tourist spot, Goryokaku Park. Located close to tourist attractions, the restaurant has gained popularity among both locals and tourists for its shio (salt) ramen, a Hakodate speciality. This dish is a real gem that is easy to eat, with a deep-bodied, mellow soup. In addition to shio ramen, there is a great variety of other flavors available as well, such as shoyu (soy) ramen, miso ramen or curry ramen.

※ 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.

Source:食べログ

Carefully selected ingredients from Hokkaido

All of the ingredients used in the soup for the shio ramen are produced in Hokkaido, including the kelp used in the shio ramen, the butter for the shoyu ramen, and the milk in the curry ramen. The soup takes a lot of time and effort to prepare as the heat level has to be just right for you to enjoy a rich flavour that is not bitter.

Source:食べログ

Known for Hokkaido's speciality, shio ramen

This restaurant's most popular dish is the 'Misai Shio Ramen' (750 yen). Using pork, chicken, and natural rock salt on a base of kelp produced in southern Hokkaido, this soup is clear with no bitter taste, and is even popular among women. It also tastes excellent with the shop owner's special made-to-order straight noodles or with a juicy roast pork on top of the noodles.

Source:食べログ

Mouth-wateringly spicy!

Using milk produced in Hakodate as a base, misai curry (880 yen), a type of curry ramen, has a mild spiciness and is very popular. A soup that sparks appetite with its perfect harmony between the spicy curry and mellow, rich flavoured milk.

Source:食べログ

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