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Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street, Sapporo

(3.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Sample the city's world famous cuisine at its birthplace, Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street, which began in 1951 with eight ramen restaurants. The dark, narrow alley, lit by glowing signs and paper lanterns, now contains 15 restaurants of various sizes. With so many enticing options, you can usually judge the best restaurant by which has the largest queue out its front door. Expect to wait a little while to sample the finest ramen. Put Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Sapporo tour planner.
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  • Lined with close to 20 relatively narrow space is spectacular. Lined with cream is rather tight space so vulgar air similar to that downtown atmosphere, look, just fun, staff foreign tourists, pretty crowded shops, so it's a little hard.
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  • I love ramen and I really think Sapporo offers the best ramen in Japan. The second time I came here and I was not disappointed. 
  • A wide variety of ramen House. Editorial to the Sapporo Ramen. A lot of tourists.
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  • Fun experience, and despite other reviews the ramen really is decent here. I think basically it suffers from "over hype" but having all these small decent ramen places in one place is fun. Yes you can probably get better elsewhere. But chill out. It's better than anywhere outside of Japan that's for sure.
  • So yeah, ramen-alley is something you want to try and avoid. There is far better ramen available, well, pretty much anywhere else. That said, it'll be open late, and if you're seriously buzzed and its late at night... The peoples here are very nice though, very *very* nice...
  • Truly the best bowls of ramen I've eaten. On our trip, we planned to visit a new restaurant each meal. But this was so good we had to come back the next night for more.
  • If you are into night life you should go here. lots of pachingko, drinking bars, and "other bars." There is also a ramen alley in this vicinity which you should go and try. I'm not into bars so I had nothing much to do here except to eat. Try to go early though, coz they close early specially when they ran out of brothe
  • The best ramen I have had in Japan so far was at one of these small shops. I recommend the local specialty; white Miso ramen. It is delicious and perfect for warming you up after walking around in the snow.