Ramen Heads (2017)

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In 'Ramen Heads,' Osamu Tomita, Japan's reigning king of ramen, takes us deep into his world, revealing every single step of his obsessive approach to creating the perfect soup and noodles,... See full summary »


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5 February 2019 | queeniewazup
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| For all those who love ramen
This documentary is about craftsmanship. How a bowl of ramen can be so seemingly simple and yet chefs all over Japan pour their heart and souls into this versatile and completely satisfying dish. Tomita is a passionate chef and the film explores his drive towards constantly evolving his #1 ranked ramen in Japan even after a decade of fame and success. I highly recommend watching this as it shows so much appreciation for ramen and introduced many to Japanese cuisine on the world stage. You will surely be craving a bowl after you watch this! Or even book your flight to Japan to become a true Ramen Head!

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