NOODLES BAZAAR -WORLD NOODLES ROAD-
The menu for this food attraction features eight varieties of noodles that Momofuku Ando encountered during his travels in search of the origins of noodles. Enjoy the noodle culture that has spread to every corner of the world in an ambience that is like an Asian night market.
CUPNOODLES MUSEUM YOKOHAMA 4F
11:00 – 18:00 (last order at 17:30)
300 yen per serving (half-sized bowl)
Mini-Chicken Ramen: 150 yen per serving
International dessert: 300 yen per serving
International juice: 200 yen per glass
Self-service drink: 200 yen
From Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the price for one serving (half-sized bowl) will be revised from 300 yen to 400 yen, the price for Mini-Chicken Ramen will be revised from 150 yen to 200 yen and the price of the international dessert will be revised from 300 yen to 400 yen.
There will be no change to international juice or self-service drink.
- All prices include consumption tax.
Tour the NOODLES BAZAAR -WORLD NOODLES ROAD-
NOODLES BAZAAR has eight stands. All items available at the stands have authentic flavors supervised by Mr. Naomichi Ishige, a scholar of the National Museum of Ethnology.
All items are served in a half-sized bowl. This is intended for visitors to be able to taste many different noodles from different countries, priced at 300 yen per serving. Rare beverages from different countries are also available.
NOODLES BAZAAR is full of furniture, tools and accessories from Asian countries. Simply spending time there is an enjoyable experience.
The chewy noodles are made from durum semolina flour from Southern Italy. The tomatoes are grown under abundant Mediterranean sunlight are instrumental in the flavor.
Lagman is a traditional meal from Central Asia, the Western end of Asia. Noodles from areas along the Silk Road characteristically contain mutton. Oyster sauce is a hidden flavor.
Lanzhou Beef Ramen (China)
This is a popular noodle item in Lanzhou, a city in the Yellow River basin. Chewy noodles and cubed beef are in a soup that contains Sichuan pepper, red peppers, five-spice powder and many other spicy ingredients.
Cold Ramen (Korea)
Noodles from the Korean Peninsula are the origin of Japanese cold noodles. In delicate beef bone soup, acorn powder noodles are topped with roast pork, vegetables and kimchi. The noodles do not contain buckwheat flour.
A classic breakfast item in Vietnam, pho contains beef and many vegetables. Nuoc mam, the seasoning made from fish, and the coriander smell very good.
Tom Yum Goong Noodles (Thailand)
It has the flavor of nam pla, a condiment made from fermented fish and lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves. All of these mix well together and create a perfect international taste.
Malayan and Chinese food cultures are blended in this unique noodle dish. The coconut milk-based soup is slightly sweet and its curry flavor comes from the use of many spices. (This is not hotness from red pepper.)
Mie Goreng (Indonesia)
The punchy flavor is unique to a hot-weather country. Mie Goreng is seasoned with sweet ketchup manis. “Mie” means noodles and “Goreng” means fried.
Original chicken bone soup with roasted soy sauce flavor.
Toppings: Egg, Roasted pork, Cheese, Fried onion, Kimchi, Vienna sausage
Staying true to the original taste, the Napolitan noodles are seasoned with Shimizuya Ketchup, which originated in Yokohama in 1896.
Exhibitions & Attractions
Make Chicken Ramen by hand in the factory. Enjoy the entire process of kneading, spreading, steaming and seasoning the wheat flour and drying it with the flash frying method.
Create your own completely original CUPNOODLES package, which is unavailable anywhere else in the world. For the cup that you design, select your favorite soup from among four varieties as well as four toppings from among 12 varieties.
The huge athletic facility offers the virtual experience of being a noodle in a huge factory, and going through the entire manufacturing process from making the noodles to shipping them.
An astounding quantity of packages shows how instant noodles, which started with Chicken Ramen, grew into a global dietary culture.
MOMOFUKU TV uses CG animation to tell the story of how Momofuku Ando overcame great adversity to achieve globally significant inventions.
This is a faithful recreation of the work shed where Chicken Ramen, the world’s first instant ramen, was invented.
The essence of Momofuku Ando’s words, thinking and action, is summarized in six keywords and expressed in a new style of modern art.
By combining images from his life and times along with endearing illustrations, an expansive 58-meter- long panorama guides you through the life of Momofuku Ando that was dedicated to the creation of new food.
At this food attraction, taste many different kinds of noodles from around the world like Momofuku Ando did while traveling the “noodles road” in search of the origins of noodles.
The shop features original goods from the CUPNOODLES MUSEUM and other items related to instant noodles. Many of the limited items in the shop are unavailable anywhere else.
In a window display, 4,000 marbles slide along a course that is made to look like a factory. Enjoy the speed of the sliding marbles and the numerous gizmos along the course.