Everyone in Japan knows that Fukushima is a ramen kingdom. Aside from the famous Kitakata ramen, already one of the three best known ramen in Japan, there is also Shirakawa ramen. Nothing can stop the hard-working ramen shopkeepers of Fukushima, not earthquake nor nuclear accident, from producing that precious bowl full of wonder and joy. Following the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011, during which she was evacuated to Kyoto alongside her young son, a single mother was able to return to Fukushima and open her shop of dreams in Iwaki City. Elsewhere, refusing to give in to disaster, an 80-year-old opened the seventh store of his lifetime in Aizu Misato Town. A master yakitori chef specializing in wakadori (young chicken) also tried to use food to boost spirits in Iwaki following the earthquake. This episode will focus on these three stories of the indomitable residents of rugged Fukushima prefecture, and their indomitable love for food.