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Cupnoodles Museum, Yokohama

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Make your own Japanese treat at Cupnoodles Museum, an interactive attraction for noodle lovers. Located in Minato Mirai area, this museum boasts a number of informational displays and engaging activities. Use various flavors and ingredients to customize your own cup of noodles, or head to the facility's park to become a part of the manufacturing process. Here, you can walk through a life-size noodle-making factory and experience everything from basic creation to shipping. Using our international travel planner, Yokohama attractions like Cupnoodles Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We visited Yokohama when staying in Tokyo as I wanted to go to the Hard Rock Cafe. The Cup Noodle Museum is fairly small and the main attraction is being able to make your own Cup Noodle. It's not exp...  more »
  • During my last visit to Tokyo, I went to Yokohama for a day trip. The second largest city by population after Tokyo and only 30 minutes away by train. I love cup of noodles, my staple food during my s...  more »
  • It is Nisshin cupnoodles Museum. Because it made the original Cup noodle's admission fee ¥ 500, ¥ 300. Staff are on-site photos OK and surprising exhibits. Original Cup noodle drawing illustration on the package, you can decide for yourself to taste. Shelf life is 1 month and is recommended because it is relatively short, but memorable. Compared to noodles to eat around the world in the food court area staff at affordable prices.
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  • A typical tourist place. Cup noodle museum has basically a few touristy things to do. Build your own cup noodle is one of them. Also, there is a learn to make your own noodle course available. Do make reservation before coming down for the make your own noodle course though. A kids playground is located at the highest floor, which does look pretty unique really. I think one of the most amazing thing about this place lies in not only is it a museum dedicated to the work of cup noodles, but its mostly portraying a mission about entreprenuership. So for those seeking to do your own great big thing, it is a pretty decent place to go to get some inspiration really.
  • Super fun place to learn about the history of the Cup Noodles. Which is actually an interesting story. The short film also has audio devices for foreign languages, so you don't miss out on much at all. The highlight is definitely making your own designer Cup Noodles. So worth the 300Yen. Great for kids and adults alike.
  • Fun experience with kids ! Be there early if you want to make your own noodle. Every session was already fully booked at 2 : 30 in the afternoon and it seemed really fun making noodles and the little goodies you could take home with you were cute. The little exhibition was interesting for me and my 6y old. A bit pricey if you want to do everything
  • Great place to learn about the history of cup noodles. They offer a English voice guide for free. Just a 2000 yen deposit. For 300 yen you can also design your own noodle cup. The cup noodle food hall is amazing with bowls costing 300 yen so you can try multiple flavours.
  • I love this museum! There is actually quite a bit to see, do and read here. They have a display of the history of cup noodles in glass, the history of how it was developed, a place where you can make your own cup noodles (extra, but do it!). They also have an old school night market where you can try other noodles from around the world for a pretty decent price. The price of admission was really reasonable and the place is great for photos if noodles aren't your thing.

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You can find plenty of budget-friendly accommodation options, such as dormitory-style hostels, clustered around the Ishikawa-cho and Sakuragi-cho train stations, offering easy access to some of Yokohama's best-known attractions. Business hotels, chain establishments, and inns can be found around town, offering simple, comfortable rooms in a medium-price range. If you're looking to spend more, the Minato Mirai district boasts a few luxurious, high-end hotels.
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