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Asahikawa is known as one of Japan's gourmet towns, and despite its small size, contains many restaurants of nearly every description. Many restaurants are clustered in the Kaimono Koen (Shopping District Park) area, in front of the JR station. This makes touring a number of restaurants on foot a viable option for a day trip. Asahikawa's ramen noodles are nationally famous, with shoyu (soy sauce) being the flavor of choice. There are also a large number of ethnic restaurants. Hokkaido is generally known for having good dairy products, and Asahikawa is no exception.
  • Ramen Mura (Ramen Village), (About 6km NE of the town center.). Eight of Asahikawa's greatest ramen shops in one combined outlet. (43.78172,142.41373)
  • Santouka (山頭火), (From Kaimono Koen, turn right at the narrow street that divides the two Seibu department store buildings. The shop is at the next junction, on the left hand side), +81 0166 25-3401. 11AM-10PM. The original shop of a popular ramen shop that has opened several branches in Tokyo and overseas. Shoyu ramen ¥800. (43.76473,142.36035)


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