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Cup Noodles Museum: Creative Thinking

Cup Noodles Museum at Yokohama is an interactive museum featuring numerous exhibits representing creative thinking of Momofuku Ando, the founder of Nissin Foods and inventor of Chicken Ramen, the world’s first instant noodles, which is said to be a revolution of global food cultures.

The museum is located at Yokohama, just across World Porters mall.

Here’s the museum’s website in english: http://www.cupnoodles-museum.jp/english/index.html

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The exhibitions and attractions inside the museum are interesting both for kids and kids-at-heart [adults].

We walked-in and bought tickets, and saw people with their own personalized cup noodles. I want to create my own cup noodles, too!

When we inquired, the next available schedule though was 2hrs away (since we did not have any reservation). TIP: Make a reservation for any of the activities so you don’t have to wait long.

We were willing to wait, and so we went around the museum exhibitions while waiting for our schedule.

INSTANT NOODLES HISTORY CUBE

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MOMOFUKU THEATER

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The MOMOFUKU ANDO STORY

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cup noodles and i have the same birthdate (sept 18)!

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CHICKEN RAMEN FACTORY

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MY CUP NOODLES FACTORY

this was the activity that were waiting.. 🙂

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young..

..and old!

..and old!

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Finally at 3PM, we started with creating our own cup noodles.

Here are our personalized cup noodles. One and only in world! 🙂

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