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The Shin Yokohama Ramen Museum in Japan is the world's first food-themed amusement park. The museum's mission was to create a space for people to enjoy all the various types of ramen around Japan. Since it's founding in 1994, the museum has replicated the atmosphere of a small Japanese town during 1958, the year instant ramen was first invented. The replica town houses nine ramen shops that represent different types of styles found throughout Japan. Some cities represented include Sapporo, Yamagata, Kitakata, Tokyo, Tokushima, and Hakata. In addition to styles local to Japan, the Ramen Museum also includes ramen from France, Germany, America, and even Australia.
The ramen shops offer all types of ramen soups including miso, tonkotsu, salt, soy sauce and etc. Ramen wouldn't be complete without your favorite type of noodle and the shops offer thin, thick, wrinkled, and hirauchi noodles. Now that we've got the soup and noodles handled, it's time for the toppings and the Ramen Museum has got this covered. From good juicy chashu to narutomaki, you are sure to find your perfect bowl of ramen. Covering all kinds of ramen from the northern Sapporo ramen to the southern Hakata ramen, the Shin Yokohama Ramen Museum is a great one time stop for ramen lovers who wish to try a great variety without worrying about traveling.
Enjoy the museum space and learn the history of Ramen noodles coming from China, shop at the Museum store, watch cars zip by on the IRIS Slot-Car Race Track, or buy classic snacks from the Dagashi-ya on Yu-yake Shoten sweets store. You can explore this exciting Ramen amusement park in Yokohama with our custom private Japan tour packages for the ultimate Ramen vacation in Japan!
Consists of noodles, soup, toppings, each with a great variety of choices
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