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Cup Noodles Museum Yokohama

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Cup Noodles Museum Yokohama

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wesleywaisiu wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore2,041 contributions31 helpful votes
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This is the second cup noodle museum I visited. The area is much bigger than the one in Osaka. The exhibition is also different, the movie before you enter the exhibition is very interesting and really helps you understand the story of cup noodles. The booking system for making your own cup noodle is different from the one in Osaka, I like the one in Yokohama more. The food court inside is also interesting with a lot of different countries noodle that you can try. Small portion for each so that you can try a few more different types. Good for the westerner who don't normally eat noodles. Overall experience is excellent.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Yu Ying wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore1,963 contributions74 helpful votes
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Its a very spacious compound with every section laid out neatly, it shows the history and life story of founder of Nissin Mr Momofuku Ando. How he overcame his problems and came up with a noodle that changed our lives. It is very informative and the entire space is bright and easy to walk around. There is also a huge area to DIY our own cup noodes (extra charge), please try!! Don't be taken aback by the long queues because it moves very fast, and there is staff there to allocate seatings for you. It was a really fun experience and nice souvenier to bring back. Lastly, don't forget to check out the souvenior shop, i bought some really cute Nissin cup noodle magnets, a nissin noodle eraser and even a tee shirt with the cute chick mascot. The tee is not expensive and good quality cotton. They also sell limited edition cup noodles only available in some countries.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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kokosy wrote a review Feb 2020
Independence,MO31 contributions6 helpful votes
The museum is very spacious . Unless you participate in their activities (extra charge) , there’s not much to see. The reason why I’m giving them 4 star is because of their staff. Very helpful and goes out of their way to show us how to get to our next destination, despite their difficulty in English speaking. It was not crowded when we got there as, people were cautious of the Convid-19 . No long queues for the activities. It was a very quick visit for us.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Openskies27 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom85 contributions11 helpful votes
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This is a 'must do' on every Japan itinerary and a highlight on the trip, it is a short 10 minuet walk from Yokohama JR station. This quirky museum is split into several sections all by separate admission. The main museum costs around £3 and tells the evolution of instant noodles in a fun and interactive way and there are specific photo points. The souvenir shop is very reasonably priced and one of the busiest areas of the museum. The best parts are the chicken noodle factory (£3 pp and pre-booking required), and last about hour where you get the chance at instant noodle making from scratch from rolling dough, mixing, using the machine (not frying). After each stage staff will get the next bit ready but will keep you entertained by asking you to sit and design your own packaging (never more than 10 mins, you won't get bored). You will get to take the noodle home in your personally designed packaging and your bandana home as a souvenir. The other part is the noodle cup design where you pay £2 to buy the cup and personally design it (colouring pens provided). After you get to personalize your cup with an array of quirk asian ingredients  The food court is set in a 1940s hawker street food scene and noodle exclusive featuring around 8 countries. Each bowl of noodles are small, approx £2 but allows you to taste multiple bowls. Only drawback was the reservation require details in Japanese only, so calling them a few months in advance (at least) is recommended.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Fatima A wrote a review Feb 2020
Tokyo, Japan4 contributions
We had an amazing time at the museum which was very neatly organized with many interactive educational things to play around with. We really enjoyed making our own Noodles.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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