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Asahikawa Ramen Village, Asahikawa

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3.1/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Dive into noodle paradise at Asahikawa Ramen Village, where celebrated soy sauce-based broths take pride of place in most of the restaurants. Taste the characteristically thin, hard, and wavy noodles coming with flavorful toppings of eggs, pork, onions, and bamboo shoots. The village complex consists of eight restaurants, which also operate small stores selling ramen and souvenirs. Picture menus placed in front of each restaurant should help you decide where to go. If not, ask for guidance in the onsite ramen shrine. Plan to visit Asahikawa Ramen Village and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Asahikawa attractions using our Asahikawa vacation generator.
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  • Lots of ramen choices. Convenient place with free parking. Some stores such as Uniqlo, Toys R Us nearby. Worth to pay a visit. 
  • No shops near the parking lot clean. Should decide beforehand how to eat better. Less Los are in ramen enthusiasts, if you look at the crowding situation, judging by the local.
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  • And if you took a trip to Asahikawa, try locally that I, opted for ramen village. In the parking lot, and choose from 8 store, is perfect for tourists. I heard Chun Kim welcome coming to among others, visited the singer born in Asahikawa. I concentrated for that choice was 3 dumplings and soy sauce flavored ramen ramen soup on covering the film of oil or when and most hang of such richness is not. Other famous shops packed with the belly became full.
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  • Asahikawa Ramen Village can be reached about 3 stops away from Asahikawa Station. Thestation is pretty small and insignificant. Ask the train master where to stop or keep tracking google map.My friend and I missed the stop and had towait 1.5 hours in -10 degrees cold for the return train. The Ramen Village is about 5 Mins. walk away and pretty easy to locate. Jus t look for the uniqlo signboard. When we reached about 5pm, some of the shops are already closed, so come earlier If you can. We randomly picked Samurai Ramen; my friend had the spicy miso and I opted for the soy sauce ramen. The taste was above average; my friend finished the entire bowl. We next went for Santouka Ramen. I have tasted Santouka Ramen in my home country but the ramen here at Asahikawa simply blew me away. The miso broth was well balanced not too salty and not too oily. would highly recommand everyone To try a small bowl if you are at Asahikawa Ramen Village. There simply was not enough room for another bowl of ramen plus the last train leaves for Asahikawa station at 755 pm
  • Tried Saijo black chicken and extreme spicy char siew ramen, ikura don, char siew rice with mayonnaise, gyuza. Uzu aji means less salty
  • About 10 ramen outlets to choose from.
  • Quite far from centre can come by bus 665, 72, 73, 66 about 300 Yen. Worth to come.
  • Baiko hotels most famous miso ramen. That's Mal's miso ramen noodles. Where is the Ramen village!
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