Don’t forget to try “Soup Curry” in Hokkaido!

Hokkaido, the largest and the northernmost prefecture in Japan is famous for a lot of things. Many go there for skiing, snowboarding during the winter time. And in the summer, it attracts many tourists that enjoys outdoor activities and rich nature.

It is also famous for fresh seafood, ramen, Mongolian BBQ and more. If you love gourmet food, this is the place to be 🙂 I’m pretty sure you will find your new favorite dish.

“Soup Curry” is a speciality in Sapporo, Hokkaido and it comes with vegetables, rice and variety of toppings. This time I tried this Soup Curry restaurant called “Believe inspired by Garaku” in Obihiro.

十勝スープカレー Believe inspired by Garaku 外観

The restaurant is not too big but has a very nice atmosphere.

I had a seafood soup curry with extra cheese on the top. It was my first time trying this kind of a curry so I didn’t know what to expect but soup curry with vegetables from local Hokkaido farms cooked in seafood broth was perfect.

Seafood soup curry and rice at Believe inspired by Garaku

If you’re planning on traveling to Hokkaido, don’t forget to try the famous “Soup Curry” 😉


十勝スープカレー Believe inspired by Garaku
2-13-1 Seiryuhigashi, Obihiro-shi, Hokkaido

TEL: +81155-47-7575
HOURS: 11:00~21:00

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