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拉麵博物館 Raumen Museum, Yokohama

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.3/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Sample numerous styles of ramen noodle soup all in one place at 拉麵博物館 Raumen Museum. Since 1994, the “food amusement park” showcases a recreation of a 1958 Tokyo old town street, lined with ramen shops, each from a different region of Japan. You can order small portions of the noodle soups so you can enjoy several different types. After eating, visit the museum to learn about the history of ramen, or get a charming souvenir at the gift shop. Arrange your visit to 拉麵博物館 Raumen Museum and discover more family-friendly attractions in Yokohama using our Yokohama trip builder.
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  • I wanted to eat Ramen in Italy and said that he had just visited friends in, I want to eat noodles, and went on a long time. I thought I bought a pass, three ladders are indeed helpful, consider admission to enjoy.
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  • The Museum has a part to give level and another much larger underground. There are a number of small restaurants serving different types of ramen. The dishes are sold via chips purchased in a Jukebox type machine. Confusing and puzzling to Westerners.
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  • This is a must visit place for ramen fanatics. We can learn about the history as well as tasting the variety of ramen available here. For vegetarian like me, getting a bowl of delicious and special ra...  read more »
  • When you first go in, you'll see what appears to just be a small museum and wonder "is this it?". However the magic of the museum is when you go downstairs and are treated to a replica indoor version of a nighttime outdoor food market with each store having a variation of ramen you can try. Really cool concept and great photo ops here. Definitely an interesting experience. I would day I was disappointed in the actual ramen experience. Not near as good as the ramen you get around Tokyo with a bit of research. Still, with a visit.
  • very well kept and themed. the entrance fee is very reasonable, and the ramen selection is superb. you can't take out though, and to eat in any of the selection of ramen each adult must order a bowl. that takes away the sampling aspect... we wanted to share a bowl across 4 or 5 places, but instead had to agree on a place and just all eat there
  • This place is a must-see. There are about 12 ramen restaurants inside this building. It's very dark inside, and it's usually pretty crowded. Your one day pass allows for in-and-out privilege. Bring lots of cash, since they do not accept credit cards here. My personal tip is for you to visit this place at 11 am, which is when they open. Have yourself a bowl of ramen or two, then check out the LaLaPort shopping mall in Yokohama and burn some calories. Return to the ramen museum for late lunch and/or dinner. I wish I knew that it was a day pass when I first went. I tried to basically force myself to eat at 5 different places, so that I could try everything. My stomach did not agree with me.
  • It's less of a museum and more a collection of small ramen shops, but it's pretty cool to go around and try the many different kinds of ramen. I had no idea that there were so many variations. The ramen is pretty decent here.
  • Reason enough to make the trek out to Yokohama. The top floor is more like a museum with exhibits and a gift shop. The bottom floor is like a food court with an assortment of fantastic ramen restaurants showcasing different styles from around Japan. A ramen lover's dream!
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