|Home stage of||Min Min|
"Shaped like a ramen bowl, this stage is built right in front of Min Min's family's restaurant, the Mintendo Noodle House! Bombs roll right to the bottom thanks to the fighting ring's curved shape. Its intoxicating ramen scent also adds an extra ingredient for fighters to think about!" —Official Description
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Ramen Bowl heavily features elaborate decoration, with several signs written in highly stylized Chinese and stands advertising and selling ramen littered around the exterior of the stage. Fans can also be seen close to the stage's boundaries. The ground is similar in appearance to a plate. The walls of Ramen Bowl are red with gold trim and are larger on one side.
Layout[edit | edit source]
As the name suggests, Ramen Bowl is circular in shape and dominated by a massive bowl, acting as a dent in the ground.
Related Badges[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Badge Stash
|You hit the Ramen Bowl gong 2
times! Take it easy-the neighbors
get mad about that stuff.
|30||Hit the big gong twice over the course of the match in Ramen Bowl.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The gong in the background can be punched to create a gong sound.
- While Min Min has Spring Stadium as her stage in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the music for Ramen Bowl appears in the game as a remixed version.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Names in other languages[edit | edit source]
|Italian||La grande scodella||The big bowl|
References[edit | edit source]
|Stages in ARMS|
|Arenas||Buster Beach • Cinema Deux • DNA Lab • Mausoleum • Ninja College • Ramen Bowl • Ribbon Ring • Scrapyard • Sky Arena • Snake Park • Sparring Ring • Spring Stadium • Temple Grounds • Via Dolce • [NAME REDACTED]|
|Other||ARM Getter • V-Ball • Hoops • Skillshot|