Are the (ra)men as hot as these pictures make them look?
Test your knowledge of Japanese trends by spotting the “buzz points” in this action-packed commercial.
Sure, you’ll want to eat them all, but which ones are the desserts?
The beautiful animated visuals and rap soundtrack make it easy to learn Japanese and discover the history of instant noodles at the same time.
The poster explaining the reason for the closure of the family-run business is breaking hearts around the internet.
The thickest ramen in Japan is like no bowl of noodles we’ve ever had before.
Now you can enjoy your main dish and dessert together in one meal.
Come for the fresh, hand-made noodles. Stay for literally everything else.
Sometimes there are restaurants you want to keep a secret all to yourself, and this is definitely one of them.
Noodle soup for the soul…served by a machine!
And not just any 16-year-old ramen, but 16-year old ramen that was supposed to have been recalled.
This ramen store is wowing customers with a broth so thick you can stand a spoon in it.
Convenience stores in Japan really do have everything, including a meal from the world’s only Michelin-starred ramen restaurant.
Famous Tokyo restaurant teams up with Circle K and Sunkus chains.
Customers who finish everything, including the two-kilo topping of coriander, are rewarded with all-you-can-eat coriander for life.
This Hokkaido ramen joint’s chashu is extremely tasty, so it’s a good thing they give you a ton of it.
The Japanese noodle restaurant chain Marugame Seimen, which specializes in udon (thick wheat noodles), has started a social media marketing campaign targeted at high school-age girls, JK Udon Kawaii (“High School Girls Udon Cute”).
Spruce up your spaghetti, sakura-style.
Our Japanese reporter eats Japanese ramen in a noodle bar in Paris – but how does it compare to his own country’s salty fare?
Yakisoba bread is pretty common at Japanese bakeries, but this is the first time we’ve ever heard of bread soba.