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“The museum has a number of hands on areas where you can see the complicated types of joinery the Japanese use, historical development of the tools and their manufacture, and areas that talk about the types of wood...”
“The museum also had a special exhibit of buildings from the Batak (North Sumatra and Indonesia) as well as a video of their construction process.”
“2. Colour it in however you like 3. Fill it with your noodles, toppings, flavoured broth, etc... 4. Pack it up 5. Briefly visit the museum 6. Enjoy!! Super cool activity and learn about the booming history of ramen!”
“The museum is free and is very busy with school groups.”