Hakodate Rāmen Kamome
Red-brick Warehouse District
Hakodate's red-brick warehouses were built around 1907, and after renovation now house food markets, cafes, shops and galleries. This...
Operating from a wharf in the Red-brick Warehouse District, Bluemoon Cruises offers 30-minute cruises (¥1600) that head out to see the...
Hakodate Museum of Northern Peoples
The Hakodate City Museum of Northern Peoples is a recommended place to learn about the Ainu and their material culture. English signs...
Head east from JR Hakodate Station for five minutes – two blocks past Wako – to find this collection of food stalls with all sorts of...
8-2 Wakamatsuchō · interesting places nearby
Hakodate Rāmen Kamome information
A famous noodle shop (just look for the blue awning) where you can put your culinary skills to the test – you can start with a basic bowl of miso rāmen (¥580), and add kani (crab), ebi (shrimp), ika (squid), hotate (scallops) and/or uni for a few hundred extra yen. The shop is located across the street from the fish market, so you can be reassured that everything here is fresh.