Japanese Restaurant Creates Meditative Experience By Forcing Customers To Eat Alone

Japanese Restaurant Creates Meditative Experience By Forcing Customers To Eat Alone
Food & Beverage

Ichiran, a popular chain of ramen establishments, has opened its first U.S. location where diners focus solely on their food

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 4 november 2016

When eating alone at a restaurant, people often turn to the refuge of their phones or a book. In Ichiran, a ramen restaurant chain, everyone eats alone for a more meditative dining experience. The brand just opened its first U.S. location.

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