Truer Words Have Never Been Spoken!
Ah internet, you continue to inspire me – I mean, that is where I discovered that THIS is, in fact, a new trend:
Ramen Noodle Baths!
Yes, is appears that THIS IS A REAL TREND!
In fact, Foodbeast.com has an article laying out the five reasons people are taking “noodle baths”, like this one:
“The baths use a pork-based broth that is packed with collagen believed to improve the skin of patrons.”
Well, OK then! If you want to read the other four reasons, then head to Foodbeast and see for yourself:
“Ramen noodle bathing” is not just for women, either: the internet is full of pictures of guys “ramen bathing” as well:
Even families have decided to get into the craze – yes, you can now bathe with your entire family in a large cup’o’noodles!
Thanks to “First We Feast” for sharing a great story about this trend – you can read it here:
An Australian website also covered the story, with some funny pictures of people noodle bathing, and a recipe as well:
If you want to see more from down under, click on the story here:
And because it is, after all, the internet, you will find ramen noodle bathing taken to a whole new artistic level as well!
There really isn’t anything to add beyond this, right?
Of course, ramen is very important to Japanese culture – so much so that they opened a ramen museum:
Inside the museum are hundreds of exhibits highlighting the unique world of the ramen noodle…see more of this unique museum here:
If you like ramen noodles and are looking for a more appetizing way to introduce them into your life, why not try this:
The “Ramen Noodle” Burger!
Yes, a burger using ramen noodles as buns – I’ve eaten it and it is delicious! See my review here:
Leave me a note and let me know if you are up for some “ramen bathing!”
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When there is so much unpleasantness in the world, I remember that THIS is also a “thing” right now:
This is weird, but not as bad as the Taiwanese restaurant where serve the food in little toilets.
Yes, I’ve posted about that here – https://johnrieber.com/2013/09/15/the-worlds-craziest-restaurants-toilets-roller-coasters-tokyo-ninjas/
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I’m not so sure that noodle bathing is my thing, John. However, if it involved sharing the bath with the long-haired brunette lovely in the fourth picture, count me in!
Best wishes, Pete.
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Pete, did you see this story I posted? Toilet bowl restaurants! – https://johnrieber.com/2013/09/15/the-worlds-craziest-restaurants-toilets-roller-coasters-tokyo-ninjas/