Ramen is a well-known Japanese noodle dish, but it was first created in China. Ramen varies in different regions of Japan. Ramen noodles are a thin, delicious, white noodle made from wheat. The noodles are served either hot or cold depending on the time of year. It is often served in a meaty broth with shredded vegetables. You may find the dish topped with sliced pork or dried nori seaweed, fish cake (kamaboko), green onions, and possibly sweet corn. You can find fresh Ramen at noodle stands all across Japan.