Ishikari Miso Ramen," "Asahikawa Shouyu Ramen," and "Hakodate Shio Ramen" supervised by Sushiro Ramen Shingen,Ramen no Hachiya, and Hakodate Menkyubou Ajisai Ishikari Miso Ramen, Asahikawa Shoyu Ramen, and Hakodate Shio Ramen, supervised by Ramen Shingen, Ramen no Hachiya, and Hakodate Menkubou Ajisai, are available for a limited time from November 16. No take-out available. Priced at ¥420 each (¥430 and ¥450 at some stores).
Ishikari Miso Ramen supervised by Ramen Shingen, famous for its Sapporo miso ramen in Hokkaido. The soup is a combination of miso with a gentle sweetness, creamy pork bone extract, the richness of scallions, and a punch of vegetables. It is topped with fried bean sprouts, a staple of Hokkaido ramen, and chashu pork.
The product will be on sale from Wednesday, November 16 through Sunday, December 11. The total number of orders is limited to 640,000 servings per day.
ShingenRamen Shingen has a main store in Ishikari and a Minami 6-jo store near Susukino in Sapporo. The miso ramen served at the restaurant features a mild, rich, and gently sweet soup made from pork bones and vegetables cooked slowly in a broth with miso paste. The slow and labor-intensive flavor attracts many people.
Asahikawa Shouyu Ramen supervised by Ramen no Hachiya This menu is supervised by the long-established "Ramen no Hachiya" which is said to have influenced the basic form of Asahikawa ramen. The soup is made from pork bones and ajibushi, and is light but has a strong soup stock flavor.
The menu will be on sale from Wednesday, November 16 to Sunday, November 27. The total number of orders is limited to 190,000 servings per day.
HachiyaRamen no Hachiya is a long-established ramen restaurant in Asahikawa, established in 1947. The name "Hachiya" was given by the founder, Mr. Edanao Kato, when he opened an ice cream store using honey, in the hope that "bees will always return to their hives," and that the local people will love the shop and gather there. The main dish is soy sauce ramen with seafood flavor and charred lard.
Shio Ramen Supervised byHakodate Menzukyubou Ajisai Hakodate Menzukyubou Ajisai, one of the most famous Hakodate ramen restaurants, supervises this menu. The soup has a deep and mild taste. The soup contains grated onion and grated ginger, and the flavor and aroma of aromatic vegetables can be felt in the light soup.
The soup will be on sale from Wednesday, November 16 to Sunday, November 27. The number of orders is limited to 190,000 servings per day.
Menzukyubou Ajisai Hakodate Menzukyubou Ajisai is a long-established ramen restaurant that has been in business for over 80 years. Ajisai is famous for its "Ajisai Shio Ramen," a clear soup made from pork, chicken bones, and sun-dried salt, as well as its custom-made medium-thin noodles. It is popular not only among locals but also among tourists.
Sales may be suspended or cancelled, or the number of items sold may vary, depending on availability.
Sales may continue after the end of the period until the total number of items sold reaches the planned number.
Not available at "Sushiro To Go" and "Kyotaru Sushiro", take-out specialty stores.