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L.A. Ramen Yokocho Fest 

September 16, 2013
The first annual L.A. Ramen Yokocho Fest was held over two days this weekend at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. The festival hosted several local ramen restaurants as well as ramen from San Jose, Las Vegas, Hawaii and Japan. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.

For more on this event, see: The First Los Angeles Ramen Yokocho Fest: Crowds and Ramen Burgers Steal the Show
Hand Crumpled Curly Noodles with Meltingly Tender Charshu Pork by Kitakata Ramen Bannai from Fukushima perfecture, Japan.
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The first annual L.A. Ramen Yokocho Fest was held over two days this weekend at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. The festival hosted several local ramen restaurants as well as ramen from San Jose, Las Vegas, Hawaii and Japan. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.

For more on this event, see: The First Los Angeles Ramen Yokocho Fest: Crowds and Ramen Burgers Steal the Show
Published on September 16, 2013

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