In Hokkaido, fisheries, dairy farming, farming, and rice farming are active, and there are many dishes made from local foodstuffs.
In particular, Sapporo is a city for eating fresh vegetables from various parts of Hokkaido.
Sapporo's local gourmet include Sapporo's origins in soup curry, Miso's pride in Sapporo ramen, JINGISKAN, which is home to many stores in the city, and the crab and Toyoyomi seafood that are popular in foreign countries, as well as the seda festival that has been particularly popular with women in recent years.
Whatever it takes, it can be said to be a flavor that represents Sapporo.
In addition, in Kushiro, Spaghetti is popular with spaggetti made with a rich meat crunch on hot iron plates, and soy sauce ramen and hoken no fry, which are popular in Asahikawa.