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The ramen is king in Sapporo. In fact, there are a variety of ramen restaurants you can try in Sapporo. One of them is Keyaki, which is situated in the center of Sapporo's entertainment district.. Keyaki has a famous miso ramen shop in Sapporo. Miso is a paste base. You can find other types of ramen in Sapporo such as shoyu (soy sauce base) and Shio (salt base). You can find the Keyaki ramen shop at the New Chitose Airport as well.
Though the restaurant is small with several counter tables, the ramen is very oishii. When you enter into the restaurant, immediately to your right is a ramen vending machine. There is an English menu is you cannot read Japanese well. We had heard about the Keyaki restaurant from a Japanese friend we met in Sapporo. When we tried the ramen for the first time, we were amazed by the savory taste. We also ordered delicious gyoza with the ramen.
The ramen I ordered is the Sapporo Miso Ramen Keyaki for 980 yen. This delicious ramen is topped with fresh corn and a thick slice of butter to create an amazing ramen taste.
My wife ordered the Sapporo Miso Ramen Keyaki for 860 yen. This particular dish containing medium thick curly and juicy noodles is popular in Sapporo. The ramen dish consists of a mixture of carrots, cabbage, garlic chives, white-haired green onions, and wood ear mushrooms.
Minami 6 Jonishi Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido