Ramen robots

Japanese restaurant goes high tech with two one-armed automatons doing all the hot, dirty work. And a little circus performance at the end.

Nagoya’s FuA-Men (Fully Automated raMen) restaurant features two assembly line style chef and assistant robots that can dish out 80 bowls of noodles a day. Shop owner and robot manufacturer, Kenji Nagaya, told Reuters that the robots improve “the accuracy of timing in boiling noodles, precise movements in adding toppings and consistency of the taste and temperature of the soup.”

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