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Ramen Museum Museums / Yokohama

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  • Don't Hesitate!
  • (2012-01-17)
  • Who: Myself, Den Leader, and Son's Cub Scout friends
    Wear: Casual
    Why: We were in Yokohama and hungry
    Verdict: GO!!!!!!

    Visiting this place was totally worth it. So quirky and well-constructed as only the Japanese can do. You will feel like you have stepped back in time. There are replicas of old Koban, bath houses, restaurants. It is very much a carnival type atmosphere. My advice, go hungry and order the mini size bowls so you can try more than one style. Don't forget to check out the shop on the main level, but save it for last so you don't have to carry things around. You won't regret going.

    I have been told there is a gyoza museum too!
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  • (2012-01-17)
  • I've been meaning to go here for a while. Thanks for the review! The gyoza museum is in ikebukuro, and called namja town.


  • Old timey ramen!
  • (2011-02-27)
  • Learn about the history of Ramen noodles. Sample some different types of ramen from different parts of Japan and play around in a mock-up old Japanese neighborhood. It is a fun place to take a date or spend an afternoon with friends. We had fun trying out the old fashioned sweets and snacks in an upstairs shop.
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