Dedicated to ramen noodle cups, the museum showcases the mind-boggling number of instant ramen flavor variations that have come out over the years and a reproduction of the hut where Momofuku Ando first created them.
Covered on the outside with a vertical garden showcasing indigenous Osakan plants, the inside of the Osaka Organic Building is even wilder, with fabric painted with forest scenes transformed into armchairs and other indoor/outdoor juxtapositions.
Check the schedule outside the building to catch a Noh performance, a type of stylized musical drama with masked characters and short comical Kyogen plays in between dramatic pieces.
Tour the facility that produces Japanese coins and medals of honor and visit the historic coinage museum year-round. If you visit during the spring, you might catch the cherry blossoms on the Mint's 400 cherry trees.
This museum showcases Osakan woodblocks from the Edo period, distinct from those in Tokyo due to their realistic expression of their subjects. Many feature famous Kabuki actors of the period.
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