Not sure if cute…? Nah, it’s cute.
Customers in Akihabara are happy to pay large markup on instant noodles for three minutes in paradise.
Smooth and slippery noodles are accompanied by some surprising sights.
No need to resolve the timeless dilemma when meal-time comes, as you can do both at the same time, and all in the comfort of your own home!
Maruchan eases the pain of working while everyone else is playing.
Fire ramen has the potential to singe your eyebrows but that’s all part of the appeal.
The well-known doughnut chain is now the place to go for Michelin-quality ramen.
Perfect place to pig out on pork stock ramen is waiting for noodle fans in Asakusa.
Prepaid tempura plan is totally the way to go, and even lets you choose fried chicken if that’s what your heart desires.
It doesn’t have a star yet, but our research points to this Shinjuku restaurant getting the honor soon.
The three-minute wait to make cup noodles just got a lot more exciting.
Now you can get your flying fish soup stock at any time of the day or night in Japan’s capital.
Limited-time tsukemen-style ramen lets you enjoy chocolate three different ways.
Does this mean ramen ceremonies will start replacing tea ceremonies?
Diners will be rewarded for their courage at this yokai-loving restaurant.
It turns out that blue ramen tastes surprisingly delicious!
Ramen and green tea are two of the best things to make if you’ve got a pot of hot water, and now you can have both at once.
Uses bear meat sourced from Kyoto and Aomori, said to have more refined taste than foreign varieties.
Two of the biggest names in ramen team up for this American-inspired instant noodle flavor.
Could this be the start of a new innovative gourmet trend?