When anyone mentions ‘Hokkaido’ with ‘ramen’, what usually springs to a local’s mind is ‘miso ramen’. Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido, is famous for its miso ramen, which is usually topped off with sweet corn, butter, bean sprouts, chopped pork, and garlic. While not being able to try it actually in Hokkaido itself, at least I can have it in Tokyo – one of the cities where almost anything and everything can be found. I visited Kaede Hokkaido Ramen’s branch located at Zoshiki, which was near I was staying, Oakhouse Kamata 260.
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