The Japanese love ramen, it’s consumed on almost every street corner and is a student’s first point of call for a filling and cheap hit of tasty food.
Ramen has invaded most major cities around the world now with Westerners all over the globe getting their slurp on. But what does a ramen shop in Japan look like, even more interesting, how does it actually operate?
That’s exactly what the team at Life Where I’m From answered with this video produced at the Mengokoro Kunimoto ramen restaurant in Tokyo.
They speak with the owner, starting his early shift in the morning and staying with him until the last light switch is flicked.
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