Cup Noodle Museum Park, TokyoCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: Japan, 〒231-0001 Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Naka-ku, Shinkō, 2 Chome−６ 中区新港2−6, Tokyo
- Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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0.08% of people who visit Tokyo include Cup Noodle Museum Park in their plan
58.33% of people start their Cup Noodle Museum Park visit around 09 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Cup Noodle Museum Park
43.75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cup Noodle Museum Park
Cup Noodle Museum Park, Tokyo Reviews
This was such a fun experience! It's 500 yen for admission to the museum and then 300 yen per cup that you design. I think this is a neat gift and memory. The location is also nice. Right near the Ferris wheel and nice shopping centers. Id recommend doing this on days when the weather is ify or at least I chose a rainy day. But the process is as quick or slow as you'd like it to be. Depends on how artistic you want to be. As for the informative part of the museum it is in Japanese so I did a quick browse of that area and used my imagination to understand the history.
Made noodles from scratch! The staff were super helpful and it was a great way to spend an afternoon! I was really surprised how much fun and how interesting they made the experience! There was a great mix of people young and old and they helpfully guided you through the process! Being able to take home what you made was great. It didn't feel like we were rushed and it took longer than I was expecting which was great!
This place is super rad! It’s actually quite far from Tokyo but I would say it’s worth the trip. Once you arrive there’s a gift shop where you can browse and shop. Entrance fees are not expensive and if I remember correctly high school students enter for free whereas adults are a couple bucks. Not quite sure but bring your ID or passports just in case. Once you enter the museum, there are tons of things to look at, such as a wall of ramen and cool art pieces. However, the best part of the museum is being able to customize your noodles! Noodle cups are roughly $4 (cad) and that’s all you have to pay for. You buy the cup itself and decorate it; after that, you give it to the staff members and you can pick your soup flavouring, 3 types of toppings and many more. They put it all in for you and even seal it.Once you’re finished you can wrap it up in a sort of bubble wrap packaging which is safe for travelling and it comes with a piece of string as well for safe carrying. Its also a place that is English friendly so it’s definitely a one of a kind place!
Was an interesting place, especially that you can build your own custom cup noodles. I have fed on cup noodles for so long, and all the way from USA to Japan, it was informative to really know about the producer and their manufacturing philosophy. Its not as unhealthy as I have been thinking. The best part was the production line videos showing on screens around the place, its a work of art.
Such a small price to pay to have a fun experience. The museum wasn't a big as a would've hoped. But that's probably also because I don't know Japanese so you go through exhibits faster. The build your own cup noodles and noodles around the world is a nice experience. Tip: take the translator device when offered