Now, here's the sad part. It's only available for a two week period from February 1 - 14, 2016 at the Tokyo location. However, Eater reports
that this restaurant is opening a location in San Francisco, CA. So, maybe if everyone wishes upon a star, the US can have chocolate ramen too someday.
But for now, you'll just have to live vicariously through the Rocket News taste test, which states that the proper way to eat chocolate ramen is by "stirring the chocolate and giving it some time to melt into the broth." This apparently gives the broth a "pleasant sweetness."
Man, Japan gets everything good, like Chocolate fries, Sake Kit Kats, and now this. Better get on the next flight.