No guarantor required! Weekly and monthly rates available. Good for short and long-term stay.
Menya Saimi is a ramen shop opened in 2000 by the owner who had worked at a famous ramen shop in Sapporo. It grew to be one of the best ramen shops in Sapporo where people always make a line and wait for 30 to 60 minutes. Their advertising menu is the miso ramen with rich, mellow soup that the owner invented after experimenting many times. Some people come all the way from far away only to eat this ramen. It is also popular among foreign tourists.
- 5-3-12, 10-jo, Misono, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
- Contact No.
- 2 minutes' walk from Exit 1 exit of Misono Station on Sapporo Municipal Subway Toho line.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
Closed: Mondays and two other days chosen randomly per month.
- Other Information
- Average price (per person): lunch --1,000 yen, dinner --1,000 yen Menu: Miso Ramen 750 yen, Karamiso Ramen 800 yen
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Stubbornly Maintained Quality
Their ramen is made with a soup, the life of ramen, chewy, curly noodles that holds the soup well, roasted pork that is juicy as soon as you bite, and bean sprouts fried in lard and garlic. The exquisite bowl of ramen is made only because a lot of time and effort are spent on each ingredient.
Overwhelmingly Popular: Miso Ramen
Miso Ramen (750 yen) has always been the most popular menu. The delicate texture soup is cooked with miso, vegetable stock and spices added to pork stock. The noodle holds the soup well and the flavor spreads in your mouth on every bite.
Spicy “Karamiso Ramen”
It has a rich soup same as Miso Ramen, and some spicy flavors are added to it. When the ginger served on top of the roast pork is mixed into the soup, it adds a nice subtle sting and it is so good that most customers drink up all the soup.