Original Kushiro Ramen Placed in Michelin Guide Hokkaido -Ginsui in Kushiro-
September 20th, 2015
Ginsui (銀水) is a long-established ramen restraunt in Naniwa-cho, Kushiro city and was founded in 1935. Ginsui is said to be the oldest ramen restraunt in Kushiro ramen restraunt. This ramen restraunt is famous for placing in the MICHELIN GUIDE Hokkaido 2012 Special Edition.
I visited here around 16:00 on weekdays. There was no visitor at the restraunt this time. There are almost tables and family customers seem to enjoy. I sat at the table and ordered soy sauce broth ramen (醤油ラーメン) because the soy sauce broth ramen had been served since its founding. The price is JPY 660.
1 group of local visitors entered the ramen restraunt when I waited for the soy sauce broth ramen. Because they sat at the table and ordered soy sauce broth ramen with sliced roasted pork fillets, chinese noodles with wonton in soup and gyoza dumplings, those looked tasty. Approximately 7 minutes later, the soy sauce broth ramen was served. The soup was light taste, and it was exactly Kushiro ramen. The soup broth made from dried bonito shavings and chicken bones was good. Noodles were homemade noodles with approximately 50 cm in length. The thinness of these noodles was a symbol of the Kushiro ramen. I enjoyed Kushiro ramen with a long history.
Soy Sauce Broth Ramen and Atmosphere of Ramen Restaurant Can Be Watched on Youtube
|Parking lot||Free parking is provided (4 Cars)|
|Regular closing day||Wednesday|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||149 255 201*70|
A page of Kushiro is here