The 10 Best Ramen Shops You Must Eat in Asahikawa, Hokkaido

Hokkaido is famous for its delicious local cuisines, and three cities in Hokkaido are specially famous for their delicious ramen noodles. The city of Sapporo is famous for its thick miso ramen, Hakodate is famous for its superb salty shio ramen, and Asahikawa is famous for its tasty ramen! Here is the 10 best ramen shops in Asahikawa that you should definitely try when visiting the city!


1. Asahikawa Ramen Aoba

1. Asahikawa Ramen Aoba
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Asahikawa Ramen Aoba has more than 70 years of history, and it is very famous for its delicious ramen. The ramen soup at Aoba is made by combining soy sauce, pork broth, chicken broth, dried bonito flakes, dried mackerel, and kombu.

The ramen soup has a very light taste and rich flavor at the same time, making the ladies love this ramen as well!

■Information
Name: Asahikawa Ramen Aoba
Address: Nijo Building, 8-8 Nijodori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-23-2820
Access: WIthin 6-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Website: http://www5b.biglobe.ne.jp/
Map: Map to Asahikawa Ramen Aoba

2. Ramenya Tenkin

2. Ramenya Tenkin
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Ramenya Tenkin was established in 1952, and it is famous for its thick and flavorful ramen. The ramen soup at Tenkin does not use fish broth, but it combines the pork broth, chicken broth and soy sauce together.

Tenkin uses thick cut ramen noodles and chashu for the toppings. In addition to the signature ramen noodles, you should try Tenkin’s delicious vegetable ramen and grilled gyoza as well!

■Information
Name: Ramenya Tenkin
Address: 1740-31-9 Shijodori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-27-9525
Business Hours: 11:00-20:00
Closed on Tuesdays
Access: Within 7-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Website: http://www.tenkin-asahikawa.jp/
Map: Map to Ramenya Tenkin

3. Shoga Ramen Mizuno

3. Shoga Ramen Mizuno
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Shoga Ramen Mizuno was established in 1967, and it has been selling shoga (ginger) ramen ever since then.

Shoga Ramen Mizuno is one of the most legendary ramen shops in Asahikawa, and it is the only place that sells shoga (ginger) shoyu ramen in Asahikawa.

Mizuno’s ramen soup uses high quality ginger from Kochi prefecture, and mixed it with pork broth and soy sauce. The soup matches perfectly with the thin cut noodles, so you should definitely visit Mizuno and try its amazing shoga ramen!

■Information
Name: Shoga Ramen Mizuno
Address: 2 Tokiwadori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-22-5637
Access: Within 1-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Map: Map to Shoga Ramen Mizuno

4. Hachiya Ramen Honten

4. Hachiya Ramen Honten
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Hachiya Ramen Honten has more than 70 years of history, and it is one of the most important ramen shops in Hokkaido.

The ramen at Hachiya has dark brown soup, as it uses fish broth, pork broth, and raw soy sauce. The ramen also uses ginger and lard oil as topping.

Hachiya uses thick cut noodles for its ramen that matches perfectly with its dark brown soup!

■Information
Name: Hachiya Ramen Honten
Address: 15-8 Sanjodori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-23-3729
Business Hours: 10:30-16:00
Closed on Wednesday
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Asahikawa Shijo Station

Map: Map to Hachiya Ramen Honten

5. Miso Ramen at Yoshino

5. Miso Ramen at Yoshino
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Even though Asahikawa is famous for its shoyu ramen, Yoshino has been serving delicious miso ramen since a long time ago. The ramen soup uses pork and vegetable broth as its base, and adds special miso paste to enrich the flavor of the soup.

The ramen uses fresh bean sprouts, menma, green onions, and butter as its toppings!

■Information
Name: Yoshino Honten
Address: 1-1-8 Toyookaichijo, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-31-3619
Business Hours: 11:00-21:00
Closed on Thursdays
Access: Within 16-minute walk from Asahikawa Shijo Station

Website: http://www.asahikawa.co.jp
Map: Map to Yoshino Honten

6. Ramen Santouka

6. Ramen Santouka
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Ramen Santouka is one of the most famous ramen shops in Japan, and Asahikawa was the beginning of this ramen shop. Different from other ramen shops in Asahikawa, Ramen Santouka specialty is its salty shio ramen, not shoyu ramen.

The soup uses pork, vegetable, and fish broth, creating a fragrant white soup. The noodles are medium thin cut noodles, and the ramen uses small plum, wood ear mushrooms, and pork chashu. Definitely worth to try when you’re visiting Asahikawa!

■Information
Name: Ramen Santouka Asahikawa Honten
Address: Sasaki Building 1F, 8-348-3 Ichijodori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-25-3401
Business Hours: 11:00-22:00
Open throughout the year
Access: Within 2-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Website: https://www.santouka.co.jp
Map: Map to Ramen Santouka Asahikawa Honten

7. Baikohken Ramen

7. Baikohken Ramen
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Baikohken Ramen can be considered as one of the most authentic shoyu ramen shops in Asahikawa, and it also has many international branches all over the world.

Baikohken serves the classic type shoyu ramen, which uses pork, chicken, dried mackerel, and kombu broth as the base of its soup.

Baikohken uses the medium thin cut noodles, and uses the juicy kamikomi pork’s thigh as the main ingredients of the chashu!

■Information
Name: Baikohken Asahikawa Honten
Address: Piaza Building B1F, 8 Nijodori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-24-4575
Business Hours: 11:00-21:00 (Weekdays and Saturdays) / 11:00-20:30 (Sunday and National Holidays)
No Scheduled Holidays
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Website: http://www.baikohken.com/
Map: Map to Baikohken Asahikawa Honten

8. Ramen Kura

8. Ramen Kura
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You can enjoy eating ramen from early in the morning at Ramen Kura, as it offers morning ramen set from 9:00-11:00. Ramen Kura is famous for its tonkotsu (pork broth based) ramen, and for its delicious medium thick cut noodles.

The morning set includes a bowl of ramen, a bowl of rice, and raw egg. Craving for noodles in the morning? Then you should definitely visit Ramen Kura!

■Information
Name: Ramen Kura
Address: 2-4-3 Toyooka Gojo, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-32-2345
Business Hours: 11:00-21:00 (Morning set menu starts from 9:00)
No Scheduled Holidays
Access: Within 10-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Map: Map to Ramen Kura

9. Himawari Ramen

9. Himawari Ramen
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At Himawari Ramen, you can enjoy eating horumon ramen (ramen noodles with grilled pork entrails). The soup uses pork, chicken, and fish broth, creating thick and flavorful noodle soups. The ramen also uses grilled pork entrails, which have very chewy texture.

We strongly recommend you to try the spicy miso horumon ramen if you love spicy food!

■Information
Name: Himawari Taisetsudori Branch
Address: 3-491-1 Taisetsudori, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-25-8780
Business Hours: 11:00-14:20 / 17:00-19:30
Access: Within 10-minute walk from Shin-Asahikawa Station

Website: http://www.moru-men.com
Map: Map to Himawari Taisetsudori Branch

10. Asahikawa Ramen Village

10. Asahikawa Ramen Village
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Asahikawa Ramen Village accommodates Asahikawa’s most famous ramen shops, which are: Aoba, Ittetsuan Matsuda, Ishida, Tenkin, Santouka, Saijo, Kobo Kato, and Baikohken.

All shop serves half size and mini size ramen, so you can try at least 2-3 different type ramen and compare their differences as well!

■Information
Name: Asahikawa Ramen Village
Address: 4-119-48 Nagayama 11jo, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
Tel: +81-166-48-2153
Business Hours: 11:00-20:00
Access: Within 20-minute walk from Asahikawa Station

Website: http://www.ramenmura.com
Map: Map to Asahikawa Ramen Village

Have the best ramens in Asahikawa!

Hokkaido is famous for its delicious ramen noodles, and today we’ve listed 10 best ramen shops that you can try in Asahikawa. Asahikawa is famous for its delicious ramen, and when you’re visiting Asahikawa, don’t forget to visit at least one of these shops to enjoy the authentic taste of Asahikawa ramen!

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