Almost everybody in Japan likes to eat ramen. It’s a pity that the English translation, “soup noodle,” doesn’t fully convey the “warmth” of the Japanese word. Rather than become a chef of French cuisine, the number of young cooks determined to become experts at preparing ramen are on the increase. It’s become the focus of nationwide competition, ranging from ultra-deluxe ramen that go for $100 a bowl in restaurants to the noodles in a can shown here for less than $3, sold out of a vending machine. Anyway, there’s a lot to the subject.
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Japan’s Oldest “Ekiben”
The oldest ekiben (boxed meal sold 続きを読む…