Asahikawa Ramen Village, Asahikawa

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#2 of 10 in Theme Parks in Hokkaido
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. See Asahikawa Ramen Village and all Asahikawa has to offer by arranging your trip with our Asahikawa route maker website .
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  • October 4, 2017
    This is probably my first time giving a 1 star review. So this place has about four ramen restaurants lined up side by side. There were couple of buses that were dropping off a bunch of tourists here ...  more »
  • October 3, 2017
    A collection of ramen shop that To facilitate the choice of a wide variety of ramen. Some stores, a lot of people, but at least the option to eat people, not so much. It's plain flavor. Not impressed so much.
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  • September 26, 2017
    Earlier in the summer go to asahiyama Zoo, Asahikawa travel when used. Ramen had eight. Use the legendary salt ramen saijyo. I ordered a half of Kuroshio current frames and silky chicken salt ramen and miniteirehan. It is very good.
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  • June 20, 2017
    8 of the best ramen shops in Japan, located in one place. I had Santouka Ramen, and it blows the one in my country (Singapore) out of the water. Definitely one of the best ramen I had in Japan. Worth the 2 hour drive back to Sapporo.
  • June 21, 2017
    8 ramen shop in 1 location. Spoilt for choice. Best part is free parking with a few convenience shops around the area.
  • June 10, 2017
    Tried one of the outlet here and it was bad to be honest. In fact it was the worst meal i had in Japan.
  • June 5, 2017
    plenty of ramen choice and clean toilet is nearby. free wifi adds to the experience
  • February 22, 2017
    As a person who has tried nearly all types of ramen all over Japan, I can safetly say with confidence that Ramen Village is in need of a change up. The noodles, the same as you would find at a chinese resturant, pork pieces thin and lacking a real pork tecture, the broth was like you would find at a tourist ramen place, over salted and spiced. These places are perfect for nieve tourists that have never had a 10/10 bowl of ramen.

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A major commercial and industrial hub, Asahikawa has an array of accommodations ranging from three-star hotels to low-budget lodgings. All hotels concentrate in the area between the railway station and Tokiwa Park, with a hotel booking service at the station helping you find the most suitable accommodations easily. With many multiple-story hotels and a number of mid-range traditional guesthouses within walking distance of the station, Asahikawa offers decent, reasonably priced accommodations for visitors.
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