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拉麵博物館 Raumen Museum, Yokohama
(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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  • Theme pavilion in downtown located a 5-minute walk from Shin-Yokohama station Shin-Yokohama ramen shop professional. Always open in the museum world Japanese noodle shop 10 shops, ramen. Split high paying admission since each shop as well stores usually open on the menu and prices. It is a police cosplay or cosplay staff and other nonsensical, but honestly no need. Cosplay staff for admission have been taken and I think politicians, I feel. I think it's better if you come here to eat ramen much, each usually went to the store.
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  • I'm basically drew the famous ramen all over the country. You can also eat compared to normal size in addition to one half size also available, so.
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  • Ramen Museum which not only traces its history but rebuilding an old Japan that no longer exists on the floor below with a chance to sample different types of ramen in restaurants. There are also vegetarian options. Reasonable prices. Also try the little shop that sells sweets to once in their original packaging.
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  • Only word to describe this place is... Interesting... Not much of a museum but more like a collection of Ramen Restaurants in one location where they compete for your business. You pay an entry fee for the day for just over 300 yen with re-entry as an option if you love ramen that much. Plenty of choices and variety of ramen places to pick from but remember that these are businesses & restaurants so there's no sharing within each one, no carry outs and you eat inside each location. I recommend the half orders options if you want to experience the different noodles and soups that each place offers. Plus they have separate display signs on the sides of each vending machine when you order for help in english. Overall, it's fun and ok. Definitely a one time thing in my opinion unless you love to try that much ramen in one day, lunch and dinner if you may? Gift shop is cute and neat as well!
  • Was very disappointed due to their unfriendly rules. If a few people visit and want to try several ramen together, the rules get in the way of a good time. They say "Each adult is expected to buy one bowl" but what they really mean (and enforce) is "No sharing." Each type of ramen is in its own separate room and you can't take your bowl out to sit with your friends or see the live entertainment. Three people could share nine mini ramen at any other ramen festival, but their rules would mean 3x the price and 3x the leftover waste. I won't recommend this place to anyone else who asks.
  • Fun place to see different ramen styles and little candy shops. The ramen is a little pricy for what you get but it was interesting to order a few half-bowls among friends to try all the ramen styles available. If you are looking for a serious(ly), tasty bowl of ramen, I would go elsewhere, but the carnival park feel of the museum was fun to see. The Italian-style ramen with pasta noodles and grated parmesan cheese was surprisingly good.
  • Have been to this museum 6+ times and will go more in future too. They serve really tasty ramen from across many parts of Japan. Best part is vegetarian versions although not authentic, but similar tasting are available. Don't miss it if you are a Ramen lover or a Vegetarian.
  • Great selection of ramens. You must visit and try as many as you can if you are a ramen fan. They rotate different ramen chains and chefs in regularly from what I can tell.