Instant Noodle Museum – Japan
Whether you like to admit it or not, we’ve all dined on Nissin noodles at some point. In fact, if you went to college, there’s little chance you missed out on them. Celebrating 40 years since the creation of the first snack, the museum, located in Yokohama (near Tokyo), displays the history of the noodle, taking visitors on a journey from its invention to its cultural influence within Japan and the rest of the world. The attraction has been aimed at both adults and children, with giant instant noodle play areas built inside the complex.
Visitors can have fun while creating their own instant recipe from thousands of combinations at the My Cup Noodle Factory.
Nissin’s founder Momofuku Ando invented the instant noodle snack, chicken ramen noodles, in 1958 after he saw customers lining up to buy soup noodles during post-war Japan. Since then, the company and its product has risen in popularity with millions of people purchasing the on-the-go meal across the world.
via Metro UK via Unique Daily