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Shop: Co., Ltd. Sapporo-Junren
17-1-41 Hiragishi 2jo, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido, Japan
Maker: Co., Ltd. Kikusui
19-6, Koei-cho, Ebetsu City, Hokkaido, Japan

Product Name: raw ramen
Raw Materials: Flour, starch, egg white powder, wheat protein, fermented seasoning liquid, salt, vegetable oil and fat/Soup: soy sauce, pork extract, chicken extract, pork fat, ground pork, salt, vegetables, vegetable extract, sugar, starch, gelatin, spices, alcohol, yeast extract, kombu extract, protein hydrolysis product, bonito flakes, seasoning, caramel color, polysaccharide/other: fragrant oil, seasoned menma

Sapporo-Ramen


As you know, Sapporo-Ramen, the originator of Miso Ramen, is well known all over the country, and it is one of the most popular ramen in Japan, with instant and chain restaurants. One of the chain restaurants in Honshu has been called "Dosanko" for a long time, and the latest one is called "Aji no Tokodai".

In fact, when I had ramen in an unnamed restaurant in Sapporo, I was served Sapporo-Ramen with thick yellow noodles and a lot of corn. In Honshu, there are many Sapporo-Ramen shops where you can choose toppings such as Miso Buttercorn Ramen or Shio Buttercorn Ramen...

Come to think of it, I feel like I haven't eaten Sapporo-Ramen lately. Looking back now, I remember that there was a period of Sapporo-Ramen in the Showa era.


[ Without meaning or will, it just happened to be Junren Ramen ]

When you make Junren Ramen at home, the soup is hot anyway. That's because there's quite a bit (about 5 mm) of brine floating on the surface, which serves as the lid to keep it warm. I almost got burned by the unintentional rubbing. No, I'm burned. The black soup is sweet and thick (this time it's soy sauce), and it's quite good. The noodles are, of course, yellow, shriveled and thick. Yeah, that's good, that's good.

I don't like miso so I had the soy sauce ramen, but speaking of Sapporo-Ramen, you should eat miso and miso ramen. It's a staple.

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札幌ラーメン2Sapporo Ramen2 For those of you who don't know about Sapporo-Ramen, here's what it looks like.
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