Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street

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  • Address: Japan, ใ€’060-0061 Hokkaido, Sapporo, Chuo, Minami 1 Jonishi, jo Dori,2 Chome Minami 1, Sapporo-shi
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  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Streets

Starting its journey in 1951, the Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street is considered among the top ten restaurants in the country with its signature Miso Ramen with soy sauce and Hokkaido Crab. The narrow street is bustling with ramen restaurants -while passing through, your nostrils will relish the mouth-watering smell of the Ramen Soup and your mind will enjoy the old-school feel that the street still offers. Around seventeen Ramen joints are stuffed in the Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street which is often dubbed as the Ramen Alley. Teshikaga and Shirakaba Sanso are among the most popular Ramen joints of this alley where you can try the Spicy Miso and Miso Char Siu.

How to Reach Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street

  • Sunway service Toho Line to stop : Hosuisusukino Station
  • Metro Services Namboku Line, Sapporo Shiden to stop : Namboku Line, Sapporo Shiden

  • Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street Address: Japan, ใ€’060-0061 Hokkaido, Sapporo, Chuo, Minami 1 Jonishi, jo Dori,2 Chome Minami 1, Sapporo-shi
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Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street Reviews & Ratings

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  • Best alley in Sapporo you'll ever find. Food is crazy good!!! Only downside is it's hard to find but that just adds to the whole effect. True gems are truly are hard to find. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰

  • If you like ramen, must come. The simple one is 1000 yen. You can choose what you like from the menu which has price on it.

  • The food was OKAY, not anything amazing. Might've been because the staff wasn't really feeling it that day, one of them looked really annoyed for some reason and barely looked at the foreigners who ate there. Didn't make you feel welcomed, really.

  • Cool place with legit ramen. Enough to fill ypu thru the day.

  • Overrated ramen place. nothing special and think the staffs there don't like foreigners, a bit ignorant. Been to places that are much better in Japan. Price wise was ok. They also put sign up saying no photography! Not sure why....

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