Recommendation by Lemi
Plunge appetite-first into a food coma over Asahikawa Ramen Tozanken’s giant bowl of steaming noodles—and tall mug of cold beer. Finish it all and see your stomach swell to rival the Niseko Annupuri mountain. The noodle shop’s owner hails from the city of Asahikawa, Hokkaido, quite known for its own ramen—particularly in Shoyu-based (soy sauce) broth. Compared to other noodle types, Asahikawa ramen uses thin, wavy ones on the springier side. Brave the line for a taste of the Specially-made Asahikawa Ramen in wintry Niseko. The hot broth, budget-friendly prices, and friendly service will warm you up from the imposing cold.
Open today: 11:00-15:00, 17:30-22:00
190-14 Aza Yamada, Abuta-gun, Kutchan-cho, Hokkaido, Japan