The Cup Noodles Museum was opened by the Nissin Food Company whose founder, Momofuku Ando, invented the cup noodle. The museum is an interactive and enjoyable place for those with children. Aside from showcasing the history of the cup noodle, the museum includes a “My Cup Noodle Factory” where you can make your own noodles, a kid’s playground, which takes them thought the manufacturing process as if they were a noodle, as well as an Asian Bazaar on the top floor where you can try different cup noodle from around Asia.

Cup Noodles Museum, 2 Chome-3-4 Shinko, Naka Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0001
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Getting there
8 minutes from either Basamichi Station or Minatomirai Station (both on the Minatomirai Line) or 12 minutes from Sakuragicho Station on the JR Line and Shiei-Chikatetsu Line
10:00-18:00 (tickets sold until 17:00). Closed on Tuesdays
Adults ¥500, high school students and younger can enter for free
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