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For those who find ramen too simple, this will challenge your preconceptions. We dined as 2 families and all found something we liked. The picky preschoolers were happy with the simple Donburi bowl, and the adults loved the complexity of the rich orange broth, topped...More
I visited with my family as some of the advises provided by others. However., the overall experience is so so as the noodle is too hard and I won't say it is top of the world. If you want quickly fill your stomach and if...More
The miso ramen at Tomikawa Seimensho is tastier than most, and at 700 a big bowl, it's good value. The miso soup is hearty, and there are plenty of ingredients in it. You can also order soy ramen, spicy ramen, salt ramen, ramen in fish...More
To get here from the Furano JR station, walk straight down the road which has a sign over it saying "Suzuran". The restaurant should be on the lefthand side of the road. Its easy to miss and it seems they close pretty early at around...More
I am not a big ramen fan but I have to say Tomikawa Seimensho is "wow". First they made the ramen onsitw that means it is always fresh. secondly, the portion is big when compared to other ramen shop. They let you add ¥50 for...More
5 mins walk from train station, in the restaurant district. Tried the spicy ramen and the popular char siew ramen, both have tasty broth and ramen with excellent texture. You will get to choose the level of spiciness, i was advised to take level 2...More
Wanted to have ramen for dinner so hotel staff recommended this one amongst a number of options. We tried a few different ramen. Black miso was overly oily. Spicy miso was just ok. Also ordered the gyoza but they came burnt at the bottom (burnt...More