Travelers love the thousands of scarlet-colored torii (shrine gates) that lead 2 miles up a mountain to the main Inari shrine: Fushimi Inari Taisha. As Inari is considered the patron of business, each gate was donated by a Japanese business.
This photo is taken inside the Instant Noodles History Cube at the Cup Noodle Museum in Yokohama which showcases over product packages released over the Cup Noodles 55 year history.
Italian furniture manufacturer Dielle, has created what they call a ‘Container Bed’, which is a normal bed that has been raised to include storage underneath. It’s a solution designed for small apartments that often don’t have enough storage space.
“Idiot for Noodles”, Kyoto Ramen You Won’t Forget _ Then it was my turn. This flaming ramen is called negi ramen (ネギらめん), or “scallion ramen” _ Pretty -- Men-Baka Ramen Restaurant (めん馬鹿) -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2013 Jeffrey Friedl