Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum
Activities and Attractions, Family Activities, Food and Restaurants
Find your favorite bowl here!
Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum is the world’s first ramen-themed museum. Opened in 1994, they feature local ramen dishes from around the country, making it a great place to try regional specialties from across Japan – without all the travelling. The museum recreates Tokyo in 1958, the year the Tokyo Tower was built and instant noodles were first introduced to the world. The maze-like town is lined with nostalgic shops and alleys, and peppered with charming vendors and performers. At the museum shop, make sure to check out the cute ramen keychain souvenirs before heading out!
Out of the 9 ramen restaurants in the museum, four of them offer five different types of all vegetarian ramen (two of which are vegan) Ask at the entrance for detailed information on the ingredients in all the ramen dishes. The museum also offers a multi-purpose, on-site prayer room for the convenience of its guests. The room is equipped with a sink, prayer mat and qibla. Please note that there is a chance the room may be in use for other purposes and may not be available for visitors at certain times; simply ask the museum staff about access on the day of your visit.
(Weekdays) 11:00am - 10:00pm
(Saturdays) 11:00am - 10:30pm
(Sundays) 10:30am - 10:00pm
2-14-21, Shin-Yokohama Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, 222-0033
Closest Railway Station
"Shin-Yokohama Station" (JR Yokohama Line / Municipal Subway Blue Line)
Adult : 310 yen
Child (elementary school age) & Senior (60 and over) : 100 yen
Children younger than elementary school age : Free
disabled stall, disabled parking
Foreign Language Support
Japanese, English, Thai, Korean, Chinese
Most major credit cards accepted
- English menu
- Has menu without pork
- Not dedicated, but always possible