Today, there are more than 35,000 ramen noodle eateries in Japan!
Ramen might have begun from China. That's what researchers trust "shina shoba" ("Chinese style" noodle soup) was imported to Japan.
"Ramen" may have come from the Chinese word "lamian," a sort of Chinese noodle.
Miso ramen was brought into the world in Sapporo, Japan around the mid-1950s
In 1958, Momofuku Ando invents instant ramen after trial and error and establishes Nissin foods
In 1971, Nissin presents Cup Noodles or Kappu Nudoru. Because of its proficiency of utilizing just heated water to cook, the development became famous all through the world.
There is a ramen museum in Japan for hardcore ramen lovers
As of now, there are 19 authority territorial ramen styles perceived by Japan's Ramen Exhibition hall, including Sapporo, Tokyo (Ogikubo), Kyoto and Sano.
80% of ramen restaurants in Japan are small businesses.
To eat ramen quickly without burning yourself, slurp the noodles to cool them down before swallowing.
And there you have it.