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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed September 30, 2015

According to legend, this is the birthplace of “Miso Ramen”, distinctive to Sapporo. Eight shops started in 1951 and has been operated by the original families until now. One comes to taste the history and the atmosphere of the noodle culture. Each shop offers ramen...More

6  Thank Anna L
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed June 15, 2015

If you have never had the "real" stuff, this may be a great place to start. If you know your ramen, this is a pass. This Ramen Alley was packed with foreigners visiting Sapporo. We did not see any locals eating there. The ramen was...More

5  Thank okasanichiban
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went to Ganso Ramen Street for dinner and was checking out each style of cooking. Decided to give this shop a go given it has the authentic miso soup base that was originated from Hokkaido. For those who like spicy food, go for the...More

Thank Emily2018_G_Scott
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A must try spot. Very good miso ramen for affordable prices. People saying otherwise definitely do not know their ramen. Going around lunch and dinner you may have to wait in line. Tight shops, so not kid friendly if having a stroller or many bags.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you love ramen, then come here. You won’t be disappointed. An alley of around a dozen ramen shops. Not too many tourists either. A very authentic foodie experience.

Thank geelongexpat
Reviewed October 8, 2018

An entire alley of ramen joints. I could have eaten here every day. EXCEPT for the Rame place that Anthony Bourdain ate at. Avoid it. Super rude, ramen was only so-so.

Thank Gunnydog_2001
Reviewed October 4, 2018

Ramen is Japanese for noodles, with soup, topped with sliced meat; The noodles are Chinese-style wheat noodles. Every ramen shop has its own secret recipe. Tentaippin in Sapporo says that it has the world's best noodles, and I think it is a fair claim. The...More

Thank Jeffry B
Reviewed September 26, 2018 via mobile

It's about 5mins walk from susukino subway station...exit 2.....once street level, u can use Google map or ask for directions...it's about 10mins walk.. It's a small alley with both sides ramen shops...these are small shops which barely seats 7-8 people and u sit bar style...More

1  Thank Julian F
Reviewed August 28, 2018

i tried the first shop where it wrote Anthony Bourdain was here.... and on the walls it has signatures of many i presume were celebs.. tried the butter corn ramen and it tasted rather bland for me.. nothing which left an impact on me... for...More

2  Thank KenY0ung
Reviewed July 20, 2018

The Ramen Alley has plenty of stalls selling Ramen Noodles. Pitstop to fill up with Ramen. Alley located behind the shopping Mall with the Nikki Whiskey Logo.

Thank Teratai H
Reviewed July 4, 2018

This is a inside alley lined with ramen shops of all shapes, sizes and prices. We found a very reasonable place to eat very easily. Some the larger places are often reserved for groups. But, I don't think any walk-ins will have to go hungry...More

Thank Shaka_Frank
Reviewed June 18, 2018

We had a bit of trouble finding this place but glad we persisted. Throughly enjoyed our experience there. We chose a a little place at random that only seated 8. It was a non smoking venue which we definitely prefer. Our chef was delightful even...More

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