Hakodate is the only city in all of Japan that is solely known for its Shio Ramen. And Hakodate Ramen Mame-san is arguably the most popular. With humble beginnings as a yatai in the late 60's, Mame-san has had a rough past that resulted in closure then resurrection. Today's Mame-san is considered "new", but it maintains all the ingredients from the original. With two types of noodles and a refined shio ramen, it's undoubtedly a hit among locals and tourists alike.
From Hakodate Station head southwest towards the morning market and in the direction of Mt. Hakodate. It's about a 15-minute walk over a span of 15 blocks. It'll be on your left side. There's a ticket machine here so just punch in what you want to order and wait to be seated. I recommend the shio ramen only cuz Hakodate is all about the shio. If you like squid stuffed with rice, get the Ikameshi combo. It's open everyday from 11am to 8pm.
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