Japanese word for a ramen
Ramenya come in all shapes and sizes. At the best ramenya, people will stand in long lines for over an hour in the heat of summer and endure rain, sleet, and snow to eat.
Most ramenya open up around lunch hour and close between 12 and 4AM. Because ramen shops stay open so late, a popular custom among Japanese is to go eat ramen after a night of drinking.
One of the best places to go eat ramen is at the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum. At the museum, there are many different types of ramenya from all over the country. Also, Ebisu has a lot of famous and good ramenya.