Idols x Instant Ramen x Akihabara

Jan 24 // Chris Walden

I imagine there are a few of you out there that, for one reason or another, put up with the monotonous and wearisome preparation required for making instant ramen. Pouring hot water, only to have to wait patiently for three minutes before eating just goes to show that this practice is indeed an ancient one, and no doubt in dire need of revolution. We live in an age of technology, so we needn't slip into the dark ages for a cup of noodles. 

Noodol Café is one such establishment that wishes to break the noodle preparation practices we currently abide by. For the small price of 800 yen, you can not only enjoy a cup noodle in a lively environment, but you can also pick a Platinum Production idol to chat with you, until your meal is in an edible form. No more will this three minute period feel like a tortuous eternity. Well, I suppose that depends on whether you like the idol or not, but that's besides the point. 

If you are planning a trip to Akihabara, you may want to chalk this up on your list of places to visit, if only to relish the feeling of liberation it will no doubt bring you, and if you want to see a video of the place in action, hit the jump. Oh yeah, drinks are 800 yen, so don't fall into their trap and order one. What a rip off. 

[via ANN]


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