If you're into Japanese snacks and Japanese candy, then you're almost bound to enjoy Japanese ramen and cup noodles too! Make sure you add the Cup Noodle Museum onto your must-visit list! The museum is currently opened at 2 locations: Yokohama and Osaka, Japan.
Make your own cup noodles, design them, eat them — there are oodles of fun things to do at the museum!
Create your dream Japanese cup noodle! Design your own cup, choose your soup base and toppings! Kimchi, egg, fish cake, cheese & so many more to choose from! Altogether, you can create 5,460 flavor combinations. What toppings would you add to yours?!
After making your own cup noodle, head over to the Instant Noodles History Cube where over 3,000 Japanese snacks are showcased!!
Do you spot any of your favorites?? ☺️
They even have Space Noodles!! The flavor? Definitely out of this world!! 🚀
Don't leave before trying out their infamous ramen ice cream! Topped with real dried shrimp, meat and spring onions — this bizarre ice cream comes in two savory flavors: soy sauce and curry. Which would you choose?!
Of course, what better way to end the trip than to take photos with giant sized cup noodle!
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