First time in the Cup Noodles Museum yesterday. It was my favorite part of our Yokohama day tour. This museum is different from the Ramen Museum in Shin-Yokohama.
The Cup Noodles Museum is located near Yokohama Bay, across World Porters mall and Cosmo World in Minato Mirai. Entrance fee is ¥500. If you want to make your own cup noodles and/or eat at the noodles bazaar food court, etc., you'll have to shell out more yen on top of the ¥500 entrance fee. They're open until 6:00 p.m. but will accept visitors only until 5:00 p.m.
|display of different instant noodles all over the world, since instant noodles were invented in the 1950's
|Pilipinas Reprezent! :D
|Korean and Indonesian instant noodles
|inside a replica of Momofuku's work shed
|"Never Give Up!" says Momofuku Ando, the guy who invented instant ramen
|the Cup Noodles Factory
I was most excited about this - making my own cup noodles! :D
|decorating our cups
|Choose your own ingredients!
My Cup Noodles had corn, green onions, garlic & kani, in regular chicken-flavored soup.
|sealing the cup
|vacuum-sealed Cup Noodles
|view of Yokohama Bay from the 3rd floor of the museum
(can you spot the Yokohama Bay Bridge?)
|Noodles Bazaar Food Court - which we missed (it closes at 5)
When we got home, we opened and ate our Cup Noodles. :D
|Ronjie's had shrimp, cheese, garlic & a pork disk, in chili-tomato soup.
|our ¥300 (each) personalized Cup Noodles
(regular Cup Noodles in the supermarket sell for ~¥100)
It's a cool place to bring visiting friends and/or kids. Next time, we'll come earlier so we can still enjoy the other facilities and attractions inside the museum.