Cup Noodles Museum4.8
The Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama is a fun place to learn about instant ramen noodles with interactive exhibits and hands-on activities. Among the most popular is the My Cup Noodles Factory workshop, where visitors create their own noodles, choosing broth flavors and toppings, which will be sealed and shrink-wrapped to take home.
The Cup Noodles Park is an athletic course to experience the noodle production procedure, a good attraction for family tourists. There is also a food court styled in an Asian night market, offering noodles from 8 different countries (Italy, Vietnam, China, Korea, etc). The replica of the shed, where instant noodles were invented, and the video theater showing the history will remind you how this food has prevailed over the world in the past 60 years.
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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 16.8km) Google Transit
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4.03 weeks ago
Museum showing the evolution of cup of noodle. When I was there, it was extremely crowded, so I guess it is a good place! It is 500 yen to enter, and just 300 more to make "my noodle" cup, in which you can get a cup, decorate it with magic markers, pick the flavour and 4 additional ingredients. You can then use a manual air pumper to securely make a carry case that you can carry it around in, or just save as a souvenir. I think I will just save mine. Not expensive, so worth a stop and a nice souvenir to get. They also have a gift shop with lots of noodle related stuff.
1.0a week ago
Horrible for food allergies, and celebrates processed food. Entertaining for kids though. I can't eat most instant noodle soups and was hoping to customize one with just noodles and dehydrated veggies. The staff insisted "You must choose" among their 4 flavors of broth, even when I vividly explained that I was allergic to all 4 and just wanted noodles. "It is our product" they repeated. "You must choose." A manager came at my request but was no help, and simply repeated the exact same pair of slogans. If any of the staff were sentient, they'd have a more rational response to food allergies, since they could easily leave out one of the ingredients when preparing a customized cup of noodles. This is one of the featured events at the museum. What absurd place tries to force an ingredient on a customer when they have full knowledge that it would trigger an allergic reaction ?!? Pure torture.
2.03 weeks ago
Not a lot to be seen/learned - would have liked to see more informative exhibits regarding products rather than the founding story over n over. Everyone comes for the "make-your-own" which is more like pick your own design and flavors. Approx 1-1.5 hours. Parking available.
Entrance fee: 500 yen
Design-your-own Cup noodle: 300 yen
2.02 months ago
You learn about the man who created cup noodles and his journey to get there. There's just not a lot of content here. The movie they show is nice but my English audio guide didn't work so i had difficulty following what's going on. After the movie the same story gets repeated a lot in pictures and texts. I feel they have a gigantic building but don't use a lot of it making it feel empty and cold. Still a good and interesting story to learn about though.
5.02 weeks ago
The outside of this building does not reflect the awesomeness of the inside of the building. I highly recommend making your own cup noodles, the experience is quite fun. We signed up at the front desk when we got the tickets for the museum, but I think you can also do it online. They had instructions in English!