Keyaki Ramen

けやき ラーメン
Pricing Guide
(Avg. cost per person)
Opening Hours10:30 - 3:00 Susukino, Sapporo
10:00 - 19:00 New Chitose Airport
Contact0123-25-6665 New Chitose Airport (International terminal)
0123-45-6010 New Chitose Airport (Domestic terminal
011-552-4601 Susukino Sapporo
NotesRamen restaurant, seating 10 in Susukino, English menu available, seating 40 New Chitose Airport location
Location /
Getting There
Two locations. Main store is in Susukino, Sapporo. It's a 3 minute walk south from Susukino subway station.
〒064-0806 Hokkaido, Sapporo, Chuo Ward, Minami 6 Jonishi, 3 Chome, Mutsumi Building
Second locations are at the New Chitose Airport. One is in the domestic terminal, the other is in the international terminal, in Hokkaido Ramen Dojo.
987-22 Bibi, Chitose-shi New Chitose Airport International Passenger Terminal Building 3F (inside the gate)

Keyaki is a ramen shop with its main store in central Sapporo in Susukino. Its two other stores can be found at the New Chitose Airport.  One is at the international terminal, located at the Hokkaido Ramen Dojo. The other being in the domestic terminal. The ramen here is really good, and is full of so much flavor and color that is not often found at other ramen stores. The ramen at the Hokkaido Ramen Dojo area is particularly delicious. The first store opened in November 1999, in the Susukino district. It has been specializing in miso ramen ever since.

The restaurant (unlike the restaurants at the airport) is not big by any standards and has enough seating for ten people. It is not uncommon to see lines waiting to enter its doors and enjoy a hot ramen. The ingredients that make up the ramen have been carefully chosen over the years. The soup is made from pork and free range chicken from Niigata plus vegetables including shiitake mushrooms. It takes 10 hours to complete the process. Giving their ramen its vivid color are a selection of vegetables including white green onions, purple cabbage, bright carrots, and black mushrooms. The thick pork shoulder has been carefully stewed in a secret homemade soy sauce. Enjoy!