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Japanese food designed to look like guts

July 18, 2016

Since that last post about those horrible looking Silent Hill ramen noodles was so popular, I've got a few people asking if I could find and post some more images of them here. No problem. As a fellow fan of the Silent Hill series, I can see why you would want more.

These images and videos were done by a group of other Silent Hill fans who found out about the dish, and couldn't help but order a batch for themselves.

What were they thinking!? Oh, that's right, they were thinking how cool of an experience this could be! From what I understand, some believe that Konami has some sort of a deal struck with this, or a select few shops to make the dish. I can't say I blame them if it happens to be true, it looks pretty satisfying doesn't it? Let's take a second, closer look at the mixture.

The top picture is the close up of the noodles. There is no broth in the mix, but a type of oil is being used to help give it a more gutsy look to it. I assume the tomato you see sitting on top of the noodles is to represent an organ or some kind of creature perhaps?

Inside the tomato you will find some beefy goodness, as you can see it spilling out when torn open. Perhaps those are meant to be the "guts" of the tomato.

The chef prepares this dish at a quaint little Japanese restaurant called Hajime, where he indicates that it is a pretty filling dish to order. For some, it just might be an emptying dish for your stomach if you stare at it long enough.

The unusual coloring your looking at comes from the miso paste included with it, and I'm sure that's likely by design.

If you are yourself Japanese and happen to live in the area, here is the local information for you to drop by and check out the Hajime restaurant. I'm sure this will be quite an experience for you, that is, if you can stand to look at it while your eating it. Perhaps you should bring a paper bag just in case.

Hajime / 元
Address: Tokyo, Kita Ward, Kamji Jujo 2-30-9
東京都北区上十条2-30-9
One minute by foot from JR Jujo Station / 十条駅
Hours: Weekdays 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.; 6 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. / Weekends 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.



 

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