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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5.0a month ago
I had so much fun at the Cup Noodles Museum! Very cute. Learn about the history of how Cup Noodles came about. Have your turn in creating your own Cup Noodles by designing your own Cup and then selecting the flavours and toppings to suit your tastebuds. If you book in early you can also cook your own noodles although the class seemed to be aimed at younger children. There is also a restaurant upstairs where you can try unique noodle flavours from around the world. Definitely an iconic place to visit when you're in Yokohama.
5.02 months ago
One of the most enjoyable moments in our trip. The museum is very well-organized and foreigner-friendly. There’s an app to provide exhibit information in English which helps us to navigate around. Line up at the Noodle Bazaar was quick. Don’t forget to try the cup noodles flavour ice-cream there - its interesting 😉
5.0a week ago
I went and it is fun for all ages! You can design your own cup noodles, or you can sign up to MAKE your own noodles. I went last weekend, and want to go back to make my own noodles. Being an english speaker the instructions made it easy to do. They even have a wall of all the types of cup of noodles. They have a elevated cup of noodle which i found amazing. You should definitely check this place out!
4.0a month ago
This cup noodle museum is located in a spacious building. It has 5 floors, where 1 floor is dedicated to workshops (make your own cup 300¥ and make your own ramen ?¥). There is also a floor about the history. This was interesting, however most of the history is written in Japanese with only English headers. The food plaza was quite dark, but it offers a variety of good noodles dishes. Museum was fun, but small. Expect to spend maximum of 2 hours there.
5.0a month ago
This museum was a lot of fun! From being educational to just having that "wow-factor", I think this museum covers all the points. I didn't get to sign up for any of the actual cup noodle making activities, but I still enjoyed the different exhibits. One of the things I was most impressed about was the way they showcased information. They had audio translated headsets for everyone who didn't speak Japanese, and also had a miniature train set that made a use of shadows to present information. Very unique!