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Reviewed November 11, 2014

You must visit if you are a raumen lover! very special and good for shopping for raumen bowls and food. Don't miss to visit one of the great raumen restaurants in the museum. I suggest to go there on weekday , the queue for restaurant is much much short. I visited at weekend and wait for a table for 2 for 45 minutes.

Date of experience: November 2014
1  Thank Auntie J
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Reviewed November 8, 2014

This is not really a museum. It is simply a decorated area full of different ramen vendors. It's rather small too. The theme of the 'museum' brings you back to the 60s which is quite nice.

If you love ramen, you can go from store to store tasting different types of armaments available (portions are small). For us who enjoys small meals, one bowl of ramen is more than enough and therefore the museum was kind of pointless. It lacked educational information which one would expect of a museum.

It is within walking distance of the Shin-Yokohama station. However, do make sure you read the map carefully before you go as the streets can get confusing.

Date of experience: November 2014
1  Thank AraleMelbourne
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Reviewed November 7, 2014

It's a great place set in 1958, that has around nine ramen shops. At each place you can order and taste traditional Japanese noodles. Just be careful you order the small bowls so you can taste a bit of everything!

Date of experience: October 2014
Thank WalkingAroundJPN
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Reviewed November 6, 2014

This so called ramen museum is housed in what appears to be a ran down old warehouse. We all wonder why it is called a museum when there is barely anything to see here except to eat ramen. Aside from eating ramen in one of the 9 ramen restos located in the basement, spending 20 minutes is already too long here!

Date of experience: October 2014
2  Thank Tyrone64
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Reviewed November 4, 2014 via mobile

This place SHOULD be easy to find, however, if you take the wrong exit or go on the wrong side of the bridge you will get lost! First of all, when you get off the subway, make sure you take the exit that takes you to the main entrance (you will see escalators to Loft, Bic, etc). Go out the big doors and go up the stairs and cross over to the other side. If you end up on a main street, you took the wrong path off the bridge. I can't remember the exact path off the bridge but you will see a tonkatsu restaurant (which was excellent by the way) on the left, drug store. Across the street you'll see a big screen TV on one corner and Starbucks diagonally across. Go across to Starbucks side and next corner (I think) make a left. The museum is next to "Fresh Burger." This is easily the best landmark I can provide as not even GPS was able to guide me to this place. I'm not sure why maybe rain may have been a factor.

My other tip is don't, don't come on a weekend! It's so busy and every place was packed. If you want to try different ramens in one place, you could go to Tokyo Ramen Street at Tokyo Station. While, I love the vintage atmosphere of 50's Japan, all the stalls are small and you will wait quite a long time to even try one place. Also, since it is supposed to mimic the old narrow alleyways of 50's Japan, it also makes it hard to get around when it is crowded.

Thank David H
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