Must introduce this place to all who likes Nissin Instant Cup Noodles. The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum was built to honour the inventor of instant noodles. It features the history of how Mr Momofuk Ando invented instant noodles.
Instant noodles Tunnel displays various flavours of instant noodles and other Nissin products according to timeline.
The highlight at the museum was for me to create a personalised cup noodles. For 300 yen (ard S$4.50), you can bring home a “Cup Noodle” which you can design the cup, choose the soup flavour and add ingredients that you like.
This is cup noodles cost ard S$4.50 ~ expensive but how often does one gets be a product designer and own a personalised cup noodles? =P
[Updates on 17th Sep 2011]
Lucky I had stated in my post title that the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum is the one in Osaka as today Nissin Foods opened a Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama, south of Tokyo. I’m not sure about the difference between the two museums. Based on news report the new museum seem to have similar stuff to the one I visited, for e.g history of instant-noodle inventor Momofuku Ando, a make-your-own instant-noodle bar etc. Perhaps some nice soul who manage to visit both can share what’s the diff? Thks!