Convenience stores in Japan really do have everything, including a meal from the world’s only Michelin-starred ramen restaurant.
Taking a trip to Mie Prefecture and Ise Shrine? Don’t forget to bring your camera, and your appetite too.
Having a rough day? Then sit back, relax, and watch this quiet video of someone expertly crafting tiny cup ramen noodles.
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.
We could eat this all day.
This Hokkaido ramen joint’s chashu is extremely tasty, so it’s a good thing they give you a ton of it.
Slurping noodles has never felt more wrong…
Tired of solo ramen runs? Designer’s cool stickers will help you meet like-minded foodies.
Our Japanese reporter eats Japanese ramen in a noodle bar in Paris – but how does it compare to his own country’s salty fare?
We try Tokyo ramen chain Menya Mushashi’s latest mix of ramen and dessert.
The newest in the instant noodle giant’s world flavors series of cup noodles promises gooey cheese and a spicy kick. It delivers on one of those things…
Dialogue, including “Master, would it be all right if I put you into my mouth?”, is just as sultry as the visuals.
After reading through a mountainous pile of entries, we’re ready to announce the four lucky instant noodle/Pokémon fans who’ve won some Pikachu ramen. Are you one of them? Read on to find out!
Looking for a free meal? Then stop by Shinjuku Station and try some Hadoken ramen!
Do you love cup ramen, but hate boring technology? Then this mercilessly strict steampunk ramen timer is just what you need!
You can’t call yourself an epicure until you’ve eaten from an edible bowl created with ramen noodles and waffle batter. And thanks to this new device, you can make one at home!
The Pacific Rim meets the Atlantic seaboard in Japan’s newest flavor of instant ramen.