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Cup Noodles Museum Yokohama
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Reviewed December 25, 2014

(Note: Yokohama Ramen Museum near Shin Yokohama station can be easily be mistaken for this.) 
The most interesting part of this was the JPY500 ramen making workshop, which I would recommend for older kids. Even though instructions were in Japanese, it's easy enough to follow, guided by a sheet of English instructions. You get to keep the scarf for your hair and custom-made dried ramen. The rest of the museum features the token history wall of Ando's innovations (basically 3 stages - instant, cup & space noodles) and packaging through the years. 

Date of experience: December 2014
1  Thank BigMamaAK
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Reviewed December 24, 2014

Early December-2014

Lovely staffs with smiling welcomes. We enjoyed much, making our one of a kind Cup Noodle. ¥300 each payment (vending machine type) is made after presenting reservation ticket. This should be made when purchasing entrance ticket on ground floor. We were happy taking the first morning slot for the factory, then taking our time with the other exhibits n theatre (15 minutes n with free interpretation ear phone).

Be careful with parking facility though as it opens for entrance from 0900 but museum won't start until 1000 hour, so the free 1 hour is wasted. Ended up paying for the whole visiting time as we arrived early to avoid crowd. There is a better offer parking at the left turn junction which on museum webpage that tells you to turn into as it is not their parking entrance. Its maximum is cut at ¥700.

Then top floor noodles stalls from around the world has very small bowl of noodle, charged at ¥300 each (vending machines type), nothing to complain, really for the price's worth. Vendor tickets is bought at the spot. The decor on the floor is interesting to look at though.

Date of experience: December 2014
Thank SmileyPic
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Reviewed December 17, 2014

You get to understand how the nissin cup noodles are processed and packed.

Go for the session where you can make your own noodles. You can decorate your cup noodle container and choose the type of ingredients to include in your noodle. Very interesting!

There's also a kids' playground at the top level of the museum, and an outdoor area to enjoy and take photos of the surrounding scenery.

Date of experience: October 2014
1  Thank beautillusions
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Reviewed December 17, 2014 via mobile

You can do own noodle at this place.
This place is a creative innovation musuem. This is an interactive musuem also.

Thank PoRpAnAkA W
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Reviewed December 16, 2014

This "museum" is definitely an experience. It begins by sterilizing your hands so that you can decorate your own CupNoodles container and then proceeds to choosing your favorite ingredients to be added to the cup. You get to take your CupNoodles home for consumption at a later date. There is a 20 minutes video where you learn that the CupNoodles founder, Momofufu Ando compares himself to Albert Einstein.

Date of experience: October 2014
Thank Sherrie S
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