Shinyokohama Ramen Museum4.2
If you like to eat Japan's best selection of ramen in a retro environment, this is the must-go. Put the "museum" in quote, as this is basically a food court specializing in ramen and confections. Below ground is a huge atrium with two floors, themed in a style of the late 1950s streets. There is a square in the center, surrounded by shops in two levels.
Each establishment, background picture and light setting is very atmospheric, attracting ramen gourmands since 1993. Ramen shops are from all over Japan, such as Sapporo, Yamagata and Kumamoto, and they are changed from time to time. The ground floor a space for exhibits and shops selling products. It is 5-minute walk from Shinyokohama Station.
Purposenow this is Japanese cuisine,Gourmet,women,kids,reasonable,men
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 15.9km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.0a week ago
Great place to try lots of types of Ramen. Mini bowls are still quite large as mentioned! Drinks at the bar are nice and even though food stops being served at 9:30pm it's open till 10pm. Superb theming and the Ramen itself is of great quality. Pricing is around 600jpy per mini plus an entrance fee. Would certainly stay nearby in the future to try them all!
5.02 months ago
Well worth the short trek out of Tokyo! The food was delicious, we appreciated that the stalls sold half portions so we could sample a couple, and the inside is just plain cool. The brochure detailing which ramen was light/rich and thin/thick was super helpful. A must-see IMO for anyone who likes Ramen and is visiting Tokyo.
3.0a month ago
Cool idea, but it was absolutely packed with tourists which quickly drained my patience, and severely impacted my enjoyment. It's to be expected, but the place is far too small to accommodate for it. They really ought to re-locate to a larger venue. My advice is to go during off-hours, or don't go at all.
5.0a month ago
Most easily a Mecca for Ramen lovers! But make sure you skip breakfast or you'll be finding yourself unable to savour the delicious ramen to full capacity! And the decor of the place will take you back to the Japan of the 1950s! Do not miss the little souvenir shop inside for the most nostalgic bits of your childhood!
5.0a month ago
It's more of a food hall than a museum. That being said, it's probably the best place to be able to try a wide variety of ramen. The hardest part will be choosing what you get. Come ready to eat and know that the visit is worth the excursion.