Ramen vending is getting a new look in Japan, but you might still be surprised at how much it’s cheaper than what you’re used to.
The new vending machines are designed to make the process of buying ramen much easier and more efficient, with the aim of reducing vending costs by about 30 percent compared to the original models.
The brand-new machines come in four varieties: a medium, medium-sized, large, and large-sized model.
Each vending machine comes with a selection of ramen dishes, including broth, sauces, and condiments.
There are a variety of styles of ramens available at the convenience stores in Japan and you can pick them up from a variety shops around the country, including the Tokyo Metro and the Tsukiji branch of KFC.
If you prefer a more traditional Japanese style, you can order from the vending machine vending machine section of your local convenience store.
The medium-size and large ramen machines cost $1,900 and $2,000, respectively.
A medium-large ramen machine costs $3,600, and a medium-larger one costs $5,800.
Both medium- and large vending machines have a timer that will automatically adjust the amount of ramenos they serve to meet your taste preferences.
They’re also designed to be more environmentally friendly, according to the brand-name vending machines manufacturer, so you can eat your noodles in the bowl, instead of tossing them out to be thrown in a garbage can.