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Photo: Japanese-American in Boston

"No line, no amazing," Yume Wo Katare owner Tsuyoshi Nishioka tells WBUR in a profile of the tiny ramen shop in Porter Square. The "novel but highly regimented ramen experience" often starts with a long line, and once you get inside, it's all about fulfilling your dreams — using a giant bowl of ramen as a metaphor. Those who finish get shouts of encouragement. [WBUR]

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