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Nissin Cup Noodles Builds An Entire Mini Ramen Restaurant Inside Empty Packaging
By Mikelle Leow, 26 Jan 2021
Video screenshots via Cup Noodle Japan
Ramen in a cup isn’t the sort of food you’d find in a restaurant, but that hasn’t stopped instant noodle maker Nissin from propelling the idea to fans.
As an adorable crafting project, Cup Noodle, the Japanese version of the Cup Noodles brand, repurposed the entire interior of an instant noodle cup into a rustic little eatery.
The dining area takes up one half of the packaging, and features menus with photos of the food, a communal table, and a kitchen at the front.
The other half shows the restaurant’s entrance with a view of the street outside. Its walls are thoughtfully decked out in more menus, electrical appliances, and even a beer poster.
Cup Noodle shared that it went all out to ensure every bit of the interior isn’t wasted. This is evident in the kitchen area, which deserves a shoutout of its own.
The kitchen is extensively filled with bowls, cooking equipment, a wash area, and cute miniature ingredients like noodles, meat, vegetables, and eggs.
And just in case the teeny work area catches fire, there’s even a little fire extinguisher to save the restaurant.
Awe at the delightful setup in the visuals below. It is indeed true that the best things come in small packages.
見えない所にもムダにこだわりました。 pic.twitter.com/zmHQEeWAhi— カップヌードル (@cupnoodle_jp) January 8, 2021
[via Cup Noodle Japan]
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