[The most special ramen noodle restaurant in Hokkaido | Sheraton, which Japanese celebrities like to come to]
This is a very special ramen noodle restaurant, but it feels more like a canteen. As for the Sheraton, the first reaction of everyone is a five-star hotel. In Sapporo, Japan, there is a ramen noodle restaurant called Sheraton. In the middle of the civet path 6, the Sheraton is unremarkable outside, very simple, and the store is quite quiet. When you observe the clerk and the diners, you will find that many of them are Japanese, and there are many celebrities on the wall. Visiting photos and signatures, this store is actually not easy!
After the seat, the boss gave a menu. It is very simple. There are only 3 kinds of ramen to choose from. I ordered a popular ramen. When the boss came up, I was given the real thing by this store. Surprise, the side dish (onion) is twice as high as the ramen bowl! In Japan for ten days, I have never seen so many side dishes. The meat is made of minced pork, some appetizing bamboo shoots that are crispy and crisp. It is refreshing and very suitable for Chinese. The taste is not as heavy as other ramen noodles. Don't miss this ramen noodle restaurant in Sapporo~
Store name: Sheraton
Address: South Korea 6th Chome 3, Central District, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan -2 Okada
Price: The most popular ramen is 800 yen
I have been in Hokkaido for 5 days. I have seen beautiful autumn colors, soaked in hot springs, and seen the stars. Today I finally arrived in Sapporo. As the fifth largest city in Japan, the capital of Hokkaido is a city that cannot be missed.
This is the last stop, because to return to Sapporo, Sapporo is the fifth largest city in Japan. Of course, it is an important stop. Because it only stays for one night, it is not good to watch it.
Sapporo's shopping is no less than Tokyo, there are large shopping malls, there are also well-known raccoon trails, and this is to share with you the raccoon trails.
The whole commercial street spans one of Sapporo's commercial centers in Susukino, 900 meters long, from Ichome to 7chome. More than 200 shops include diet, cosmeceuticals, costumes, entertainment, etc. Good shopping.
The raccoon trail is very casual, you can go to the drug store to go to the bowl of traditional Japanese ramen, then go to the game hall for a while. Or go to the roadside specialty shop, find your favorite souvenirs, and go to the izakaya at the meal to experience it. In the evening, there will be performances by street performers on the commercial street. You can stop and watch.
The Beaver Trail is the most prestigious duty-free street in Sapporo. Walking on this street, you will have the illusion of a shopping mall in China: from the salesperson to the endless customers, all of them are Chinese, mostly In the northeast accent, the goods signage is mainly Chinese. Think about the rise of overseas purchasing today, while admiring the manufacture of Japan, it is also sad for domestic products. In the middle of the raccoon road, a HTIC store was opened, which provides tourists with tourist route consultation and tourist souvenir sales service. It is a Japanese-style convenience store. In our eyes, the mascot of the raccoon road, the little fox, is designed to be like a cute Japanese doll, which is lovable; the retro tram that has been opened in the past is like the historical silhouette of the city flowing; the street side row The "empty" izakaya with a long line of equals, the family has a legacy of hundreds of years, some people have been here for a lifetime, some people come here to eat for a lifetime, are common things. Lunch at a Thai curry shop, his soup curry has the best taste of Sapporo. If you don't book it in advance, you need to queue up for a long time to taste delicious.
Tanukikoji Shopping Street is a famous shopping street in the central district of Sapporo in Hokkaido. Boasting a history of over 100 years and an overhead glass ceiling, this spacious and clean street is a comfortable place to shop. There are numerous fashion and electronics stores, recreation halls, cinemas, and restaurants, all of which are very popular with young people.