The ramen burger is the brainchild of Keizo Shimamoto, a 35-year-old ramen blogger turned ramen chef.
Only 150 ramen burgers were made available to the public at a price of $8 apiece.
Currently, Shimamoto is working part-time at a ramen shop in New York City while dreaming up new ramen burger variations.
Chances are, wherever there are hungry college students, a ramen joint will follow.
About two months ago, Shimamoto moved to New York to put his ramen burger idea into effect.
“The juices from the patty soak into the ramen noodles and it resembles a ramen soup,” Shimamoto told The Daily Beast.
“In 28 days, I visited 21 different cities and ate 55 bowls of ramen,” he says.
The two became friends, and would go out and eat burgers and ramen together.