This bowl of noodle won’t fill your stomach because it is only 1-micron 2-micron long x 0.5-micron thick noodles. This world’s smallest Ramen is created by Professor Masayuki Nakao, University of Tokyo, so that one million bowls of nano Ramen can be sold each meal. The purpose of creation is to develop new carbon nanotube-based microcircuit fabrication technology. The soup of this bowl of Ramen is consisted of ethanol and catalyst. Perhaps it’s the art of nano-cooking.
You can also know the history of Ramen at here.
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