Ramen Dojo at New Chitose Airport
At Ramen Dojo at New Chitose Airport, I think every ramen is delicious. I’ve never eaten it until Ichigen and Ajisai. I have never been to Baikoken. The reason is simple. The illusion is always crowded and I have to line up to eat. Ajisai is salt ramen. Baikoken is Asahikawa ramen. I visit here to eat miso ramen. I don’t think Asahikawa ramen is delicious.
It was a long time ago. Asahikawa ramen shops “Mutsumiya” have opened in various parts of Japan. I also went to eat several times. Of course, I have eaten ramen in Asahikawa. I wonder why? I didn’t feel it was delicious. Baikoken may be delicious. “Mutsumiya” must have gone bankrupt several years ago. The current “Mutsumiya” may be different from the past. However, I ate Asahikawa ramen many times, hoping that it would be delicious this time, but it was not delicious each time. This may have been my trauma. I always avoid Asahikawa ramen.
Hakodate ramen is delicious. Hakodate is famous for salt ramen. I have also eaten ramen in Hakodate. I also like salt butter ramen. But I would eat “miso ramen” without hesitation, if I had only one chance to eat ramen in Hokkaido.
Teshikaga Ramen Shop
From this day before, I was willing to eat buckwheat for lunch. Perhaps because I had only a glass of milk for breakfast, I wanted to eat a high-calorie meal at lunch. I stopped planning to eat buckwheat and decided to have lunch at the Ramen Dojo. Especially I wanted to eat Teshikaga ramen.
It was very crowded here at lunchtime on weekends, but it wasn’t so crowded today because it was a weekday. Only one vision has people lined up as usual. I went to Teshikaga Ramen. When I entered the shop, the clerk immediately took me to the counter seat. I looked at the menu. I had already decided what to eat for lunch today. It’s spicy miso ramen. This is the most popular ramen at this shop. I added green onions to the toppings.
I thought, what should I order for the side menu? Butadon (Pork bowl) is too much to eat. Horseradish rolls, my appetite. Previously, I was stupid that it wouldn’t be delicious just to chop the horseradish and sprinkle with soy sauce. One day, an acquaintance recommended me to eat it. It was more exciting and delicious than I expected. Since then, I’ve been a fan of horseradish, but I don’t have a chance to eat it. Chamayo roll, what is this? Probably roasted pork and mayonnaise. Ramps dumplings, yeah, this is it. Ramen companions are gyoza. That’s right, I bought mountain wasabi. All I have to do is eat horseradish with sashimi for dinner today at home. I decided to eat dumplings.
Spicy Miso Ramen
I knew the name Teshikaga from an early age. Lake Mashu, Lake Kussharo, and Mt. Iwo. In each case I have visited twice. However, Teshikaga Ramen suddenly appeared. According to the website, it opened in Sapporo in 2003. The pork bone seafood miso, which has a good taste and richness, was a vibrant char siu that used rose meat for me. Nowadays there is a head office in Teshikaga, but I have never been there. I have few opportunities to go to eastern Hokkaido. If I visit Teshikaga, I want to eat soba instead of ramen.
The ramen is in a strange bowl. First I take a bite of soup. It’s just right and refreshingly spicy. Matches well with seasoned green onions. good. The noodles are chewy noodles with elasticity. I enjoy the texture of kelp and crispy bean sprouts, which are moderately chewy. As for the boiled egg, the white is a little hard and the yolk is thick. Char siu made with rose meat has a taste similar to bacon. The meat is soft and juicy and has a firm taste. I don’t feel greasy, because they roast pork chops one by one.
Gyoza using ramps, the scent of garlic slowly spreads in my mouth when I bite a bite. It is not as intense as garlic. I feel strange. I saw the bulletin at the roadside station where I stopped by. This year, the harvest of ramps is slower than usual. I wanted to buy ramps, but I didn’t because I didn’t know how to cook them. Let’s buy it as a souvenir next time.
I read the dumpling pop on the counter. According to this, there are two types of char siu: shoulder loin and pork thigh. Adding pork belly, the shop uses three parts for char siu. I thought the taste level of this shop was high.
Last time, I ate ramen at Shirakaba Sanso. Recently, I have finished eating at the Ramen Dojo at New Chitose Airport before leaving Hokkaido. The next time I visit Hokkaido, it’s after holidays. Next time I can’t eat lunch at the airport, unfortunately my return flight is morning. I want to go to the ramen shop, Uchuken ramen shop in Iwamizawa, but when I try to eat, the shop is closed for some reason. No, if you go to Iwamizawa, I want to eat soba at Fukusho. Thinking about such a thing, I returned to Okinawa.
Something different for today’s ramen
To tell the truth, I was dissatisfied with the ramen this day. I think Teshikaga ramen was more satisfying to eat and I could taste two kinds of char siu. Was kelp topped with ramen in this shop?
At a later date, I was organizing the images I took. I noticed that I was eating spicy miso ramen at Teshikaga ramen shop last April. I was surprised to see the image. Spicy miso ramen had changed a lot from the past. The pork belly char siu has become smaller and the squash char siu is not included. Wood ear mushroom became kelp.
This is the complaint I felt.
I became sad. When I had the opportunity, I swear to eat the same ramen at the Sapporo main shop and see if it has changed from the past.
Teshikaga Ramen Shop
Ramen Dojo, New Chitose Airport, Hokkaido,
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