Tempt your senses with the perfect bowl of ramen!
You can enjoy ramen at many ramen shops and restaurants in Rumoi sub-prefeture. A few particularly interesting restaurants and the unique ramen they sell are introduced here. A trip to find and savor the perfect bowl of ramen would be a fun one indeed!
㊹Michi-no-Eki (Roadside Rest Area) Teshio
“Shijimi Ushio Ramen” is a salt-floverd ramen with lots of flesh water clams.
Shinkaidori 4-7227, Teshio
（Closed at 17:00 in November and December, and 15:00 in January, February and March）
Closed／ Sunday from November to April, Year-End and New Year’s holiday
“Nihonkai Ramen” is served with seafood and vegetables. “Shijimi Ramen” has lots of fresh water clams.
Open hours／10：00〜19：00（Closed at 14:00 on Sunday）
㊻Teshio Hot Spring Yubae Restaurant
“Shijimi Ramen” contains flesh water clams native to Teshio
Sarakishi 5807-4, Teshio
Open hours／11:30〜14：30、17：30〜21：00（Monday-Friday）、11：00〜14：30、17：00〜21：00（Saturday, Sunday, and National Holidays）
㊼Michi-no-Eki (Roadside Rest Area) and Fujimi Restaurant Tongarikan
Salt-flavored Ramen with lots of scallops and seaweed is popular.
Fujimi 46-1, Embetsu
Closed／Tuesday in February and March
One of the popular ramen is called “Tako (many happiness) Ramen” which contains octopus and octopus soup.
㊾Michi-no-Eki (Roadside Rest Area) Romantic Road Shosambetsu Rest House Tomoshibi
Salt-flavored and soy-sause-flavored ramen are served with “Fugudashi”, soup stock made of globefish, which is on sale at the Michi-no-Eki.
(50) Restaurant Hokkyokusei (Polar Star)
Famous “Fugudashi Ramen” is served with “fugudashi”, soup stock made of globefish. Lighter taste.
Open hours／11：00〜17：00（from the end of April to the middle of October ）
(51) Maruten Shokudo
“Hotate Ramen” served with juvinile and adult scallops are only available from May till August.
Open hours／11:00～21:00（Closed at 20:00 in winter）
(52) Ramen Noodles Kagetsu
“Ororon Ramen” is served with scallops, sea urchin, crab, shrimp, and seaweed
Minami 4 jo 2, Haboro
(53) Ikkyu Shokudo
“Haboro Ramen” is served with scallops, shrimp, sea urchin, and seaweed.
“Haboro Ebishio Ramen” is served with deep-fried deep-water shrimp, ebitakogyoza (dumpling with minced deep-water shrimp and octopus stuffing). It also comes with 3 pieces of deep-water shrimp sashimi.
Minami 6 jo 3 chome 10, Haboro
Closed／ Every 1st and 3rd Thursday
“Ganso Fusha Ramen” is cleverly arranged to look like a windmill.
Kotanbetsu 196, Tomamae
“Yanshu Ramen” is served with nukanishin (herring packed in salt and rice bran) and its soup stock. Kaisendon (rice bowl topped with seafood) and “Hayashidon”(rice bowl topped with deer meat) are also served.
Kotambetsu 194-7, Tomamae
(56) Reuke Ranch Torimu
“Ororon Ramen” is served with native quid, scallop, and deep-water shrimp.
The secret ingredient in the soup is tomato juice.
Reukecho 294-1, Rumoi
Open hours／10:00～18:00（the end of April – the beginning of October）、
Closed／Monday（Open daily for National holidays and summer）
(57) Tanaka Shoten Ramen Noodles
“Sakekasu Ramen” is made of Sakekasu produced by the Kunimare Sake Brewery. The soup stock of “Amaebi Ramen” is made of deep-water shrimp.
Inabacho 1 chome, 16-2, Mashike
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