Create Your Own Chicken Ramen At The Cup Noodles Museum, Yokohama
Cup noodles and ramen have become somewhat a staple of peoples' daily lives around the world. Add hot water, wait three minutes and your meal is ready. The Cup Noodles Museum lets you make, try, eat, and discover everything there is to love about cup noodles.
Cup Noodles Museum
There are heaps of exhibits that teach you about the creative thinking of Momofuku Ando,
the founder of Nissin Food Products and inventor of Chicken Ramen. It is the the world’s first instant ramen which essentially revolutionized food culture all over the world.
Make your own Chicken Ramen
It costs 300 yen for Elementary students and 500 yen for anyone older. Running time is 90 minutes and you need to book one of the eight slots per day. Booking can be make online.
Enjoy all kinds of noodles at Noodles Bazaar
The menu features eight varieties of noodles that Momofuku Ando encountered during his travels. Set up like an Asian night market you're sure to enjoy a well-deserved break here.
11:00 – 18:00 (last order at 17:30)
300 yen per serving (half-sized bowl)
Mini-Chicken Ramen: 150 yen per serving
International dessert: 300 yen per serving
International juice: 200 yen per glass
Self-service drink: 200 yen
Design your own Cup Noodles
There's a whopping 5,460 flavor combinations!
10:00 – 18:00 (No entry after 17:30)
300 yen per cup
Takes approx 45 minutes time
There's much more to do!
Admission and how to get there
Adults: 500 yen
High school age children and younger admitted free
2-3-4 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama 231-0001 Japan
Museum Hours :
10:00 – 18:00 (Last admission is at 17:00)
8 minute walk from the Minatomirai line Minatomirai Station
8 minute walk from the Minatomirai line Bashamichi Station
12 minute walk from the JR/Shieichikatetsu Sakuragicho Station
Tourist spot round-trip bus Akai kutsu bus
Near to Kokusaibashi CUPNOODLES MUSEUM-mae stop
Minatomirai 100 yen bus
3 minute walk from World Porters stop
(The Minatomirai 100 yen bus runs only on weekends and holidays.)
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