Day 3 of 9 bright and early, I head over to the Hakodate Morning market area to visit Ramen Kamome, known for their unique seafood based ramen. One of the most mind blowing bowls I’ve had on my entire trip. After checking out of the Hakodate Capsule Hotel, I make a quick stop at Ramen Jiyoken, one of Hakodate’s oldest ramen shops which specializes in shio ramen. At $5 per bowl, this light and refreshing bowl is one that I could eat every single day. From there I make my way to Sapporo, Hokkaido’s capitol and one of Japan’s ramen meccas, where I head out into the cold in search of a Michelin starred ramen shop.
Japan is one of the most fascinating places I’ve ever visited. A mix of contemporary modern style and centuries old tradition, its culture has many uniquely interesting aspects…the architecture, fashion, anime, manga and of course the food…specifically, RAMEN. Join me, Savi, as I travel across this amazing country from Sapporo to Fukuoka sampling a wide variety of noodles from some of most famous ramen shops in Japan.
100 Bowls of Ramen Map https://goo.gl/maps/qUkTtrmg4G6bKLwa9
Best of the Best Ramen Guidebook (only available in Japan) http://www.ramenadventures.com/p/toky…
Capsule Inn Sapporo https://goo.gl/maps/KFCFDg5SkXYxsPNs6
VLOG452 February 20, 2020
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