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OffbeatA glow-in-the-dark ramen shop makes food that looks like something out of an alien world

07:44  18 january  2019
07:44  18 january  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Read more: The best ramen shops in America. Sueki also collaborated with London food -design firm Bompas and Parr to create her pop-up's luminescent food . According to Atlanta Magazine, the studio's inventors used quinine, a compound extracted from the bark of cinchona trees that glows under black

Glow in the dark drinks are easy to do. But putting together glowing food to serve to party guests is a bit of a challenge. If you've ever wondered what mythical spirits might eat, it probably looks something like the menu at the world 's first glow - in - the - dark ramen shop .

A glow-in-the-dark ramen shop makes food that looks like something out of an alien world© By Zoo as Zoo (Courtesy of Dashboard)
  • Ami Sueki, the founder of design studio Zoo as Zoo, has teamed up with Courtney Hammond, the co-founder of national arts agency Dashboard, to create the world's first glow-in-the-dark ramen shop.
  • Nakamura.ke is a mobile pop-up that will offer guests an immersive dining experience inspired by a story about a family of mythical spirits.
  • The shop will seat six diners at a time for one 30-minute meal, during which guests will be served glow-in-the-dark dishes and cocktails as performers interact with them.
  • The luminescent noodles were created by London-based food design firm Bompas and Parr using quinine and natural food coloring.
  • After debuting in Atlanta, Georgia, later this month, Nakamura.ke will head to several other cities including Los Angeles, New York, and Miami, according to Atlanta Magazine.

If you've ever wondered what mythical spirits might eat, it probably looks something like the menu at the world's first glow-in-the-dark ramen shop.

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Glow in the dark drinks are easy to do. But putting together glowing food to serve to party guests is a bit of a challenge. If you've ever wondered what mythical spirits might eat, it probably looks something like the menu at the world 's first glow - in - the - dark ramen shop .

The shop will seat six diners at a time for one 30-minute meal, during which guests will be served glow - in - the - dark dishes and cocktails as performers interact with them. The luminescent noodles were created by London-based food design firm Bompas and Parr using quinine and natural food colouring.

Nakamura.ke, which opens at two locations in Atlanta, Georgia, later this month and in late February, offers guests an immersive dining experience inspired by a dream designer Ami Sueki had three years ago.

A glow-in-the-dark ramen shop makes food that looks like something out of an alien world© By Zoo as Zoo (Courtesy of Dashboard)

The mobile pop-up tells the story of the Nakamuras, a family of yōkai (supernatural creatures in Japanese folklore) who ran a popular ramen shop for other spirits at the turn of the century.

In the tale, which was created by Sueki's design studio Zoo as Zoo, the Nakamura children lost their parents in a storm one fateful night. Years later, the children reunited at their family's old shop, only to discover glowing noodles and vibrating utensils, like someone was trying to show them how to make their parents' secret ramen recipe.

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The great mystery of the Nakamura … debuted in ATLANTA in Jan 2019 before making stops With the absence of an overhead figure, business took a consequential toll. There was no choice but to A glow - in - the - dark ramen shop makes food that looks like something out of an alien world

it probably looks something like the menu at the world ’s first glow - in - the - dark ramen shop . full moons around the world — when noodles glow the brightest — making ramen in their mobile During that period, guests will be served glow - in - the - dark dishes and cocktails as performers interact

Now, the Nakamura children chase after full moons around the world - when noodles glow the brightest - making ramen in their mobile kitchen, hoping they'll one day reunite with their parents.

A glow-in-the-dark ramen shop makes food that looks like something out of an alien world© By Zoo as Zoo (Courtesy of Dashboard)

To bring this story to life, Sueki teamed up with Courtney Hammond, the co-founder of national arts agency Dashboard. Like the Nakamura children's mobile kitchen, Nakamura.ke will be a small, intimate space, seating six diners at a time for one 30-minute meal. During that period, guests will be served glow-in-the-dark dishes and cocktails as performers interact with them.

Read more: The best ramen shops in America

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The idea for glow - in - the - dark ramen came to Ami Sueki in a dream. The most pressing order of business in launching Nakamura.ke was figuring out how to safely and deliciously make food that glows. After three weeks in the lab, the inventors were able to craft a glowing bowl of noodles that

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Sueki also collaborated with London-based food design firm Bompas and Parr to create her pop-up's luminescent food. According to Atlanta Magazine, the studio's inventors used quinine, a compound extracted from the bark of cinchona trees that glows under black light, and natural food coloring to make noodles that were both luminescent and safe to eat.

A glow-in-the-dark ramen shop makes food that looks like something out of an alien world© By Zoo as Zoo (Courtesy of Dashboard)

Dining tickets for Nakamura.ke's first two openings in late January and late February, which went for $75 a seat, have already sold out.

For those curious to see the shop's luminescent offerings, however, tickets to a party at Space2 in Atlanta will be sold at the door for $10. The party will be held on Wednesdays through Saturdays from 6 to 11 p.m. for the duration of Nakamura.ke's debut at the Sound Table, starting January 30 until February 16.

According to Atlanta Magazine, Sueki also has plans to take Nakamura.ke to Los Angeles, London, Miami, New York, Tokyo, and Seoul.

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