Japanese Home Noodle Waterslide

bamboowaterslide Japanese Home Noodle Waterslide

Somen is a refreshing Japanese wheat noodle, traditionally eaten in the summer to cool off from the Japan’s humid summers. They’re most famous for being eaten as “nagashimen,” noodles flying down a bamboo pipe as would-be eaters try to catch them with their chopsticks. It’s a ton of fun, but feeling sorry for those who don’t happen to live in rural Japan, Bandai has brought the fun of nagashimen to the home, with the Home Somen Shop.
Japanese Home Noodle Waterslide | Random Good Stuff

Holy crap.  I was told to never play with my food, but this idea is awesome.  Next, I suggest some kind of meatball rolling system with tubes and elevators, and you have to shoot the meatballs with a speargun.

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