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Located in the heart of Sapporo, Japanese Ramen Noodle Lab Q is a must-visit for ramen enthusiasts. This hidden gem is known for its meticulously crafted bowls of ramen, made with carefully selected ingredients and homemade noodles using Hokkaido wheat. What sets this restaurant apart is its dedication to using only the finest traditional seasonings, such as locally sourced soy sauce, mirin from Mikawa, and natural salt. These ingredients come together to create a truly unique and unforgettable ramen experience.

One of the highlights of Japanese Ramen Noodle Lab Q is their focus on using different types of local chicken, including the rare Shintoku Jidori, as the base for their flavorful broths. Each bowl of ramen is topped with tender slices of chashu made from Hokkaido pork loin and shoulder, as well as succulent chicken chashu. The attention to detail and commitment to quality is evident in every bite.

The restaurant's interior exudes a cozy and inviting atmosphere, making it the perfect place to enjoy a steaming bowl of ramen on a chilly day. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to indulge in a delicious and authentic Japanese meal, Japanese Ramen Noodle Lab Q is a must-visit destination in Sapporo.

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2-chōme-1-3 Kita 1 Jōnishi, Chuo Ward, Hokkaido 060-0001


+81 (0) 11-212-1518


3 minute walk from Odori Station Exit 31 on the Subway Nanboku Line, Tozai Line, and Higashi-Toho Line.
5 minute walk from Sapporo Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:00PM

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There is an announcement that "numbered tickets are being distributed" at the entrance, but I put it in without a numbered ticket around 11:30 on Saturday. In order to eat for sure, I think it's better to get a numbered ticket that will be distributed at 8 o'clock, 9 o'clock, and 10 o'clock. Even if you don't have it, I recommend you to take a look at it once. It's the most delicious ramen I've ever eaten in Sapporo.
It's the most delicious ramen I've ever eaten in Sapporo. Rather, it will be in the highest rank among the ramen I've ever eaten. It is a ramen with a high degree of completion, but the taste of roast pork and noodles is a special grade. I had soy sauce chashu noodles, but I've never tasted the debauchery feeling and taste of pork chashu before. The texture of the noodles and the smoothness of the indescribable texture are also excellent. The price is high, but you will never think that U ate it and lost it.

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