IS JAPAN COOL? TOKYO
1. Food entertainment park exclusively serving ramen (Japanese soup noodles), located near Shin-Yokoyama Station. Nicknamed Ra-Haku.
2. The museum recreates downtown Tokyo circa Showa 33 (1958) — the year instant ramen noodles were introduced — and plays vintage radio and TV broadcasts from the same year.
3. Nine acclaimed ramen shops from different areas of Japan are featured. One legendary ramen restaurant has been recreated and is only open in this venue. Since each ramen shop conveniently serves mini-sized bowls of ramen, you can easily enjoy hashigo-ramen (ramen-shop-crawling).
4. After having ramen, you can sample desserts at a retro café, old-fashioned sweets shop, or street stall. And, if you’re lucky, you may also see a picture-card show.
5. Ra-Haku is the only spot where you can savor the most delicious ramen while enjoying a nostalgic trip back in time to the good old days of Showa Japan.
Location: SHINYOKOHAMA RAUMEN MUSEUM