Sapporo Jingisukan Shirokuma Sapporo

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The barbecued meat dish of mutton or lamb, Jingisukan (Genghis Khan) is a famous local food in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Sapporo Jingisukan Shirokuma” serves various parts of mutton or lamb from all over the world including Iceland and Australia as well as the ones from Hokkaido. It is not only meat they are particular about. They carefully select ingredients and use only specially cultivated rice in Hokkaido and vegetables grown with less agrochemicals. It is a place where you can eat superb Jingisukan dishes!

Address
Joyful Sapporo 1F, Nishi 3, Minami 6, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-11-552-4690
Access
2 minute walk from Hosui Susukino station on Sapporo Municipal Subway Toho line
Opening Hours / Holidays
18:00‐1:00 the next day (Thursday‐Saturday ‐1:30 the next day)
Closed on Sunday and National Holiday
Official Website
http://www.nisso.gr.jp/shirokuma/
Other Information
Average budget (per person): 3,000 yen - Menu: Australian Lamb 790 yen, Hokkaido Mutton and Lamb 1,200 yen 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

Enjoy Fresh, High Quality Meat

Hokkaido mutton and lamb is said to be only 0.4%. The mutton and lamb served in Shirokuma is directly bought at the farm and transported by air in a refrigerated container to keep its quality. If you are lucky enough, you can eat rare raw mutton served only for a limited amount. Enjoy high quality meat!

Source:食べログ

Standard Menu You Should Order First

The most popular menu “Australian Lamb” (790 yen) is easy to eat even for someone who has never eaten lamb before and most people order it first. It doesn’t have much of the unique taste typical to lamb and the good taste of meat is condensed instead. The dish is a mixture of several parts such as leg and loin of lamb.

Source:食べログ

Hokkaido Mutton and Lamb: Rare Meat in Japan

The superb meat produced in the nature of Hokkaido, Hokkaido Mutton and Lamb (1,200 yen). They cut the meat only after they take orders so that it can be served to the tables as fresh as possible. The slight sweetness and the excellent taste spread in your mouth.

Source:食べログ

Sapporo Jingisukan Shirokuma Sapporo

The barbecued meat dish of mutton or lamb, Jingisukan (Genghis Khan) is a famous local food in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Sapporo Jingisukan Shirokuma” serves various parts of mutton or lamb from all over the world including Iceland and Australia as well as the ones from Hokkaido. It is not only meat they are particular about. They carefully select ingredients and use only specially cultivated rice in Hokkaido and vegetables grown with less agrochemicals. It is a place where you can eat superb Jingisukan dishes!

※ 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

Enjoy Fresh, High Quality Meat

Hokkaido mutton and lamb is said to be only 0.4%. The mutton and lamb served in Shirokuma is directly bought at the farm and transported by air in a refrigerated container to keep its quality. If you are lucky enough, you can eat rare raw mutton served only for a limited amount. Enjoy high quality meat!

Source:食べログ

Standard Menu You Should Order First

The most popular menu “Australian Lamb” (790 yen) is easy to eat even for someone who has never eaten lamb before and most people order it first. It doesn’t have much of the unique taste typical to lamb and the good taste of meat is condensed instead. The dish is a mixture of several parts such as leg and loin of lamb.

Source:食べログ

Hokkaido Mutton and Lamb: Rare Meat in Japan

The superb meat produced in the nature of Hokkaido, Hokkaido Mutton and Lamb (1,200 yen). They cut the meat only after they take orders so that it can be served to the tables as fresh as possible. The slight sweetness and the excellent taste spread in your mouth.

Source:食べログ

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