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Located in Sapporo, Japan, Mitsuba is a must-visit restaurant for ramen lovers. This cozy eatery offers a unique dining experience with its delicious and authentic ramen dishes. The restaurant's interior is warm and inviting, with traditional Japanese decor that creates a cozy and relaxed atmosphere.

What sets Mitsuba apart from other ramen restaurants is its dedication to using high-quality ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. The chefs at Mitsuba take pride in their craft, carefully preparing each bowl of ramen to perfection. From the rich and flavorful broth to the perfectly cooked noodles, every element of their ramen is crafted with precision and care.

One of the standout dishes at Mitsuba is their signature miso ramen. Made with a savory miso broth, tender slices of pork, and a variety of fresh vegetables, this dish is a true delight for the taste buds. The combination of flavors and textures in this dish is simply outstanding.

Whether you're a ramen aficionado or just looking to try something new, Mitsuba is the place to go. With its delicious and authentic ramen dishes, cozy atmosphere, and dedication to quality, this restaurant is a true gem in the heart of Sapporo. Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in a bowl of their mouthwatering ramen.

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Mitsuba Overview


4-chōme-6-25 Hassamu 10 Jō, Nishi Ward, Hokkaido 063-0830


+81 (0) 11-676-9685


5 minute walk from Hassamu Chuo Station (JR Hakodate Line) North Exit
20 minute walk from Hassamu Minami Station (Sapporo Municipal Subway Tozai Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:45AM-3:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-7:40PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-7:40PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-7:40PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-7:40PM
Sat: 10:45AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-7:40PM

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Mitsuba Reviews

Mitsuba Google Average Rating



I entered the store after 13:00 on a weekday.
Without waiting, I was guided to the counter seat and ordered miso ramen (930 yen) and mixed rice (340 yen). (*Takikomi rice is available in limited quantity, so it seems that the one I ordered was the last of the day😯)
I like my ramen to be light, so the ramen at this restaurant was delicious!
It was delicious and I didn't get tired of it till the end 😃
It may not be enough for people who like strong and rich flavors.
The cooked rice wasn't overly seasoned either, so I was able to finish it all😋

The inside of the store is very clean and bright, with 8 counter seats, 2 tables for 2 people (can also seat 4 people when in operation), and 1 table for 4 people.
The parking lot had space for 3 cars in front of the store and 6 cars in the back.
Looking at the calendar posted inside the store, it seems that the store is open during the day and night, or only during the day, and is closed every month, so I think it would be a good idea to check in advance.


I went there because it was said to be a goodwill store from the main store. I had heard that there was always a line here, so I was prepared for it, but just before 1pm on Saturday, I found a group waiting at just the right time.
It took about 10 minutes for us to arrive.However, unfortunately the takikomi rice we were looking for was sold out (T_T).It was only 1 flavored egg, but the staff gave us half of each topping. I ordered the standard miso ramen. It was really delicious ~ Personally, I like this place the best compared to other famous restaurants ~ (^O^) I wanted to drink all the soup (my companion drank it all lol)
I think it would be delicious if you put rice in the leftover soup (*´艸`*)


I went to Mitsubaki, which is known for its delicious miso ramen.
This shop was opened by a person who trained under Ayami-san.

I think most people come here by car, but there are parking spaces for 3 cars in front of the store and 6 spaces a little further away.

When I entered the store, I was struck by the aroma of vegetables stir-fried over high heat.
It smells very good.

It seems that garlic, bean sprouts, and ginger are stir-fried in lard and then the soup is added to it.
The base soup is a refreshing soup made with pork bones.

After finishing the bowl and taking a sip of the soup, it is an exquisite soup that spreads in your mouth with a good balance of sweetness from the miso, spiciness from the pepper, and richness from the fat.

Toppings include pork fillet, menma, bean sprouts, green onions, and grated ginger.
My favorite type of bean sprouts are those that have been stir-fried over a fire and have a crunchy texture.

I like the noodles to be medium-thick and curly, and I like them cooked a little harder.

Next time, come early so you can enjoy the cooked rice.

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