Sumire Susukinoten (すみれすすきの店)

Japan, 060-0063 Hokkaido Prefecture, Sapporo, Chuo Ward, Minami 3 Jo Nishi 3-9-2

sumireya.com

Seats: 24

+81-11-200-4567

Open Times: 5 pm - 3 am (Monday to Saturday) 5 pm - Midnight (Sunday)

Price range: ~ ¥1200

Accepted: Cash only

Smoking allowed? : Yes

Hugely Popular Nationwide Sumire Is One Of Sapporos Oldest Ramen Noodle Specialists


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Sumire s The Very Epitome Of Sapporo Miso Ramen Noodles.

Sumire is the granddaddy of Hokkaido Sapporo Miso Ramen. Established in the summer of 1964 as the country geared up to host its first Olympic Games, Sumire is just as popular today as it gears up for the second Olympiad in 2020. This branch in Susukino is very convenient for the Yuki Matsuri Snow Festival sites. Purists will head to the honten ('original shop') out in Toyohira Ward, a ten minute walk from Nakanoshima station (N11) on the Namboku (Green) Line, but be aware it's a bit of a treck..

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 The Sumire Workers Are Clearly Fans Of Their Own Noodles



I Always drop in before work and sometimes after as well. I think it's the best in susukino - Tanaka-san, bartender 

Sumire is so popular that it sells its noodles in convenience stores across the land. Its speciality is classic Sapporo miso ramen, however shio salt, shoyu soy-base and kimchee ramen are all available. The ticket vending machine at the entrance has English and Chinese language options. Sumire Susukinoten is easy to find. Take exit #1 from Susukino Station on the Namboku Line and turn right at the KFC. It's on the second floor of the Pixis Building next to the Big Echo karaoke box.Sumire Menu_8886 (1)-sapporo-miso-ramen.jpg

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John F. Ashburne

John F. Ashburne

Editor-in-Chief Foodies Go Local