Michelle and I jumped on a train to Yokohama, a short ride outside of Tokyo. It was a day of noodles for us. We arrived at the Cup Noodles Museum, and there were kids everywhere. It reminded me of the time we made the unfortunate decision of going to The Aquarium of the Pacific on Labor Day weekend.
You can create your own cup noodles? We’re all over that!
On second thought, too many kids.
There’s even a kitchen where you can make chicken ramen with fresh noodles but again, too many kids. We decided just to get something to eat.
Noodles Bazaar! They serve different noodles from all over the world.
Each noodle stand had posters to represent the country. China had Mao.
Korea had a Pokemon movie poster in Korean.
The coolest thing in the museum was the Instant Noodles History Cube from the very start in 1958. They had all sorts of instant noodles, stuff I’d never seen or heard of before.
A sculpture to the glory of noodles in a cup.
This man probably kept me alive freshman year of college. Raise your noodle cups in honor of a hero, Momofuku Ando.