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Japanese: Ramen

Ajisai Ramen Kurenai Description

Located in Hakodate, Hokkaido, AJISAI Ramen Kurenai offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area. Specializing in traditional Hakodate ramen and gyoza, this restaurant combines authentic flavors with a cozy and inviting atmosphere.

The menu features a variety of ramen options, each carefully crafted to perfection, showcasing the rich and savory broth that Hakodate ramen is known for. The gyoza, a popular side dish, is expertly prepared with a crispy exterior and flavorful filling. The restaurant's attention to detail in both food preparation and presentation ensures a memorable culinary experience for every guest.

With a budget range of ¥1,000 to ¥1,999, AJISAI Ramen Kurenai is the perfect destination for those looking to indulge in delicious Hokkaido cuisine without breaking the bank. Whether you're a ramen enthusiast or simply looking to explore the flavors of Hakodate, this restaurant promises to delight your taste buds and leave you craving for more.

Ajisai Ramen Kurenai Overview


12-7 Toyokawachō, Hakodate, Hokkaido 040-0065


+81 (0) 138-26-1122


13 minute walk from Hakodate Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-9:30PM
Mon: 11:00AM-9:30PM
Tue: 11:00AM-9:30PM
Wed: 11:00AM-9:30PM
Thur: Closed
Fri: 11:00AM-9:30PM
Sat: 11:00AM-9:30PM

Payment methods

Cash, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features


Wheelchair Accessible

Ajisai Ramen Kurenai Reviews

Ajisai Ramen Kurenai Google Average Rating



Great ramen. Good sized portions. Served hot. Long queue. Service was okay. The restaurant was functional rather than enticing.


Ajisai Ramen in Hakodate was tasty! To say it's "par for the course" in terms of Japanese food is a testament to the quality of the dishes you'll find anywhere you enter here in Japan. Anyways..
Ajisai's claim to fame is their shio ramen- delightfully light yet full of flavor, it comes with a generous portion of char siu pork, bamboo, a half-boiled egg, and, for lack of a better word, "croutons" (first time I have seen that implemented in ramen).
Their gyoza were huge and yummy as well. Definitely get them to accompany your ramen.
And if you're feeling hungry (read: gluttonous) as I was, order their char-mayo-don (Char siu pork and seaweed topped over rice with mayonnaise drizzled on top), it was delicious as well.
All the dishes were prepared and served reasonably quick with little wait.
Definitely visit if you're a fan of shio ramen.

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