This is quite a unique ramen noodle museum. We went late during the day and it was not crowded and we were able to view the exhibits for as long as we wanted. It is quite a different experience from...
It is not just a museum, but various of ramen shop that we can actually dine-in are available. It's located not far from the station, and such a good activity to spend with family and children. It is ...
This is a museum and ramen shop. The ground floor has interesting historical fact of ramen that began in 1488 till today. You can also visit the ramen making section (with a fee) and experience the pr...
The Shinyokohama Ramen Museum has changed dramatically. Yes, if I look at my previous (quite negative) review for this place and I look at the museum right now, I can say that it is finally a museum. ...
My husband at first underestimated the museum but we found it interesting, informative and the ramen was delicious, some of the best we’ve had and my daughter claims it the best ramen she’s had in her...
Mushroom Jun's Asian travel
Thinking about the Japanese food culture, I made a special trip to see the Ramen Museum in Shin-Yokohama. The ingenuity here restores the market style of the 55th and 65th centuries. On the basement and second floor, there are eight ramen shops strictly selected from all over Japan, and they are really delicious!
Lunch time arrived here, it was not just tourists, the office workers who work around, are willing to buy a ticket, come in and taste the outstanding ramen representatives from all over Japan.
Point a bowl of Kumamoto's special ramen, the oil is very thick, although drinking a lot of ice water, but the taste in the mouth is still lingering. In order to allow visitors here to taste a few bowls of noodles, the store also launched a tasting version of the small bowl noodles.
Of course, outside the ramen, every scene in the Ramen Museum has truly restored the appearance of the streets of the twentieth century. Cigarette shops, traditional dim sum shops, and even baths are still spraying steam. The central square hosts various activities such as paper play and magic, so that guests in other locations are no longer so boring.
I am such a Ramen lover, so when we went to Yokohama, I begged my friends that we go to Shin-Yokahama Ramen Museum. It is such gorgeous food court, where the bright lights from the food stalls amplifies the ambiance of the surroundings, especially that it is said that the food court is a recreation of Tokyo during 1958. Plus! Oh my gosh! I specially loved the Tonkotsu Ramen there that I ate there! Yum!
The Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum is a must-go place for Raumen fans. The special museum is reminiscent of the nostalgic urban street scenes at sunset back in 1958. Here, you can learn more about the history of Raumen in Japan and the varieties of Japanese Raumen in different periods while tasting all authentic versions of Raumen from well-known stores all over Japan.