Can Finishing A Big Bowl Of Ramen Make Dreams ComeTrue?

NPR-July 29, 2014

Eating ramen here is seen as a path to personal fulfillment. Some customers write their dreams down and hang them on the restaurant’s walls. One reads, “skydiving.” Another, “one month without sugar.” Most are written in Japanese. “Each person understands another meaning [of the philosophy],” 34-year-old ramen chef Nishioka says. “So it’s good for our restaurant.”

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