Ramenya Hompo Zundo Hakodate Ekimae

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Ramenya Hompo Zundo Hakodate Ekimae is conveniently located just in front of JR Hakodate station, only 2 minutes away from the popular sightseeing spot, Hakodate Morning Market. It is famous among not only local people but also tourists. The specialty menu at this ramen shop is Nendai-betsu (from 70s to 90s) Shio Ramen. It is the menu that shows the changes in tastes of Shio ramen across the ages by three different ramen of 70's, 80's and 90's.

Address
Hakodate Twin Tower 1F, 14-10 Wakamatsu-cho, Hakodate-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-138-22-6699
Access
2 minutes' walk from JR Hakodate Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:00‐20:00
Closed: Tuesday
Official Website
http://www.oc-gr.com/zundo/
Other Information
Average budget (per person): lunch - 999 yen, dinner - 999 yen Menu: Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen in the 90's (pork bone soup) 730 yen, Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen in the 80's (plain taste soup) 680 yen, Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen in the 70's (light taste soup) 610 yen, Miso Ramen (pork bone soup) 780 yen, Kaisen Koku-Shio Ramen 1,050 yen

※ 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

Recreate the Taste of Each Period

The shop’s specialty menu Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen is made very carefully in order to recreate the taste of ramen in each period. To make ramen soup, ingredients such as pork and chicken bones, special seaweed called “gagome”, caught in the sea of Hakodate are used. For Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen, each period uses different ingredients for soup. Even the thickness, chewy texture, and the shape of noodles of each period is well recreated.

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The 80’s is the Most Popular

Among their specialty menu Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen, Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen of the 80’s (680 yen) is the most popular one. The distinctive feature of this ramen is simple but rich taste of soup made from chicken bones, potherbs and seaweed “gagome,” and chewy, thin, and wavy noodles. Recommended to add the topping of fried leek!

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The Advantage of the Port Town Hakodate: Seafood Ramen

Another popular menu is Kaisen Koku-Shio Ramen (1,050 yen) that is made with a lot of fresh seafood caught in Hakodate. The ramen with a hint of smell of the sea is topped with huge crab claw, thick scallop fried in butter and other toppings original to Hakodate. It looks so gorgeous!

Ramenya Hompo Zundo Hakodate Ekimae

Ramenya Hompo Zundo Hakodate Ekimae is conveniently located just in front of JR Hakodate station, only 2 minutes away from the popular sightseeing spot, Hakodate Morning Market. It is famous among not only local people but also tourists. The specialty menu at this ramen shop is Nendai-betsu (from 70s to 90s) Shio Ramen. It is the menu that shows the changes in tastes of Shio ramen across the ages by three different ramen of 70's, 80's and 90's.

※ 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

Recreate the Taste of Each Period

The shop’s specialty menu Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen is made very carefully in order to recreate the taste of ramen in each period. To make ramen soup, ingredients such as pork and chicken bones, special seaweed called “gagome”, caught in the sea of Hakodate are used. For Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen, each period uses different ingredients for soup. Even the thickness, chewy texture, and the shape of noodles of each period is well recreated.

Source:食べログ

The 80’s is the Most Popular

Among their specialty menu Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen, Nendai-betsu Shio Ramen of the 80’s (680 yen) is the most popular one. The distinctive feature of this ramen is simple but rich taste of soup made from chicken bones, potherbs and seaweed “gagome,” and chewy, thin, and wavy noodles. Recommended to add the topping of fried leek!

Source:食べログ

The Advantage of the Port Town Hakodate: Seafood Ramen

Another popular menu is Kaisen Koku-Shio Ramen (1,050 yen) that is made with a lot of fresh seafood caught in Hakodate. The ramen with a hint of smell of the sea is topped with huge crab claw, thick scallop fried in butter and other toppings original to Hakodate. It looks so gorgeous!

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