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.
4.02 months ago
This is a fun place although it's a bit hard to classify. Neither fully museum or food court. We stopped at first to read the history section (which was fascinating) but next time I would go right to the food court downstairs. When you first come into the museum building there is a screen that tells you the wait times for the various ramen shops and it's a good way to target what's popular or avoid the lines
5.02 months ago
Really enjoyed our visit. We made noodles too. The staff at the noodle area were awesome. They were welcoming and fun. Being able to sample various ramen types was also fun. Add this to your “must visit” list if you are a ramen fan. The decor and atmosphere were a nice touch.
5.03 weeks ago
Absolutely amazing place to visit, I loved the interior and how all the ramen shops look inside as well. There is an entry price, so I would recommend getting the half size bowls so you can try everything in one visit!
5.07 months ago
Easy, light history of a great Japanese dish. The real star is the variety of ramens on offer and the post-war decor. Definitely worth putting on any Yokohama itinerary as a memorable extended lunch stop.
5.05 months ago
The Noodle making exhibit was closed already but the entire building is extremely interesting. Learning the history of Ramen and where certain types came from. How it affected Japanese culture as a whole. The history behind the building and stalls currently selling inside of it. It was all honestly astounding for me. Unfortunately I was unable to eat any Ramen because I had eaten all my calories for the day so it was kind of like torture walking around smelling the Ramen but being unable to enjoy it myself.