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Shin-Yokohama Rāmen Museum, Yokohama

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Sample numerous styles of ramen noodle soup all in one place at Shin-Yokohama Rāmen 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 Shin-Yokohama Rāmen Museum and discover more family-friendly attractions in Yokohama using our Yokohama trip builder.
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  • The "museum" part is a bit of an overstatement, especially if you can't read Japanese. But the overall atmosphere is fun and engaging, they set it up like 1950s Tokyo – nice to wander around. They hav...  more »
  • This place is not exactly a museum, but more of offers a sample of ramen variety. Ramen stalls are located on B2 and B3, and small portions are available to allow "ramen-hopping." The interior is dark...  more »
  • Nice to visit if you are happen to be around Shin-Yokohama station. But not recommended to travel to Yokohama just for this museum. There are a lot of nice place for ramen elsewhere with no entrance f...  more »
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  • -Show up early - if you want to try different ramen THERE IS AN "SMALL" OPTION for that purpose. Absolutely love the setting, food, and gift ideas here! We showed up on a rainy weekday morning so it was really quiet. when you buy the food, you first order from a vending machine and then give the ticket to the servers. We only tried 2-3 places because we didn't realized that there was a "small" size available if you want to try a little from each shop. How it works here is that each chefs are selected from around the world and gets to serve the food for a month? and then a new chef would come in. This makes it so that you can return here, there will always be new style for you to try. There is also a traditional candy shop so definitely check that out. And don't leave without a personalize ramen box. You can pick your own noodle, soup, seasoning, and a picture of you on the box.
  • It was a lot of fun, yes the lines were long, and it was crowded, but that's true of most everywhere around here, I really liked the atmosphere, and trying all the varieties of food was fun.
  • Entrance fee is ¥300 In this place you could taste the different ramen flavors from all over Japan. Most of the restaurant's menu are in Japanese. We didn't had a chance to taste other ramens because we didn't know how to order a small serving. Regular serving is huge and good for 2 people. (But they don't allow sharing 😞)
  • Amazing place if you love ramen. This is not a museum but a decorate place with 9 great ramen shops. You can try a lot of different kind of ramen like miso, shoyu or tonkotsu.
  • The Ramen Museum was an absolutely amazing experience! The museum itself is going with a retro theme which makes one think that they belong in Japan from a older time. Another great thing about this museum is that it is more of a tasting museum. What I mean about that is that there are numerous Ramen vendors inside the museum that are from all over the country and your able to eat whatever you like there. Whether it is a full serving or a mini serving, there are many delicious options to choose from if you are a ramen lover!