Are you a Ramen enthusiast? Or do you wanna explore the origin and growth of this staple Japanese dish? This is the place for you! Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum is a unique attraction that is designed to resemble post Word War One Japan. It looks like a rustic street and has several ramen shops. You can taste all the amazing Ramen here by paying a nominal entrance fee. Numerous varieties of this dish are available, something to suit everybody’s taste buds. The quirky decor adds to the unique ambiance of this place. Rusty phones and graffiti on the walls make this museum unlike any you have seen. Visit this place for an exciting gastronomic adventure.
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Ramen Museum Reviews & Ratings
Really enjoyed this place! It was like a blast to the past in the 2 basements! They've gone to a lot of trouble to recreate olden day Japan! Ramen here was also delicious as expected!! Will definitely recommend people to come here! Order a mini bowl so you can enjoy more!!
This is such a good place to go. We pretended to be police officers and eat ramen for dinner. The staff were so good and it was really nice. When we ate Ramen, we were buying out of a machine that lead us to a restaurant to eat. I really recommend this place to anybody who want to have a taste of Japan.
Nice place. It wasn't extremely busy when we were there so no waiting times. There is interesting information upstairs and food downstairs. Unfortunately the portion was large so we could only eat one bowl of ramen, but it was good! We had a drink after in the main space looking at all the restaurants. It's just a nice experience overall, would recommend.
Amazing place. Because there is a mini-sized ramen, you can enjoy various shops. The building is also retro and interesting.
Cool interior! As a museum, it's a 2. That's the first floor. The basement is where you find half a dozen Ramen restaurants. Apparently, the restaurants change within months or years. The restaurants are generally established Ramen restaurants from around the world. The basement is setup as if you're in 1940s. The back streets of some small town. I can tell you the Ramen was good but when you show up, the restaurant may have changed. As a museum, it's a two. For Ramen it's a 3 1/2, maybe a 4. For the experience, it's definitely a 4. A must if you're in the area. I spent $20 to get the and$20 to get back. Spent$15 for entry and Ramen.