Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

So, I am late at posting this blog post about Ramen Museum in Shin-Yokohama.  Seems like the last few weeks left in Japan flew by.  The blogging was on a hold a bit while we enjoy the last fews in Japan.  Of course settling in the USA, we had some culture shock. But I will be back to blogging on a regular schedule now that we are settled in and I have my office set up. Here is my post on Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum.

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum via @LifeofCreed

With Thanksgiving last week, B had a long weekend off from work.  One of the places he wanted to check out before we PCS from Japan is the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum.  We watch on Discovery Japan a show called Super Japan and one of the episodes was Ramenomania and B wanted to check it out.  I had taken toddler girl there once before, so she was excited to check it out again.

Of course it is all about the ramen!! The museum is really neat.  You feel as if you have step back in time. It is made to look like you are in alley-ways.  It was fun to explore.  There are ramen shops, gift shop, even a candy shop which is toddler girls favorite. We walked around, checked out the menu for each restaurant before making a decision on which one to eat at.  B order a full order and I ordered a half order.  You can order half orders, if you want to try a bowl of ramen at more then one restaurant.

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum via @LifeofCreed

Yum! This is the bowl of ramen B ordered.

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum via @LifeofCreed

This was a half order of ramen.

It’s a fun place to check out and learn a little history about ramen.  Here are some more pictures from our trip to Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum.

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View of the ramen shops on the lower level of the musuem.

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum via @LifeofCreed

Ramen shops on the lower level.

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum via @LifeofCreed

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum via @LifeofCreed

One of the alley-ways within the museum.

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    • Life of Creed says:

      I have a ton of blog post on things to do in Japan. We lived there for four years and loved every minute of it. I do hope you and your family are able to check Japan off your bucket list one day.

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