The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum combines museum with foodcourt with ramen to create an educational and filling event. The museum opened in 1994 and is dedicated to all things ramen. From the processing of noodles to the variations of broth soup. There is much to learn in the museum’s small, yet full, gallery. With broth soup taste samples daily on the first floor, guests can taste for themselves the differences between three types of broth.
The interior of the ramen museum is also notable for resembling 1958 Japan, the year that instant noodles were invented in Japan. These basement floors are the real attraction for many visitors and especially foodies. By purchasing a ramen ticket at a machine in the center of the indoor courtyard (separate from the cost of entry), you’ll be able to enjoy a steaming hot bowl of one of the country’s famous ramens. Choose from eight different types of ramen to satisfy your noodle needs. Flavors of ramen also come in half sizes so that you can fill yourself up on as many varieties of ramen as you like.
This seafood/ pork/ chicken-based ramen broth is poured over noodles that have been folded over 32 times and features a dollop of spicy-hot miso paste.
One of the most difficult to obtain ramen in Japan, Miraku's main shop is only open two-and-a-half hours each day. This is a soy sauce-based ramen over wavy noodles.
Try a taste of east meets west with this Canadian-inspired ramen. A long-boiled chicken broth served with home-smoked maple butter.
This Okinawan-ramen features a salt broth. The restaurant operates as a bar at night.
The flavor of this soup stock was created in 1954 and combines the gentle flavors of chicken and pork-bone-based broths. Enjoy it with the roasted garlic topping.
Try one of the most popular Fukuoka ramens. This ramen is a pork bone-based broth that has been delighting customers for 50 years.
A 5-minute walk from Shin-Yokohama Station.
Social Residence Tama Plaza is a sharehouse located in Shinishikawa, Aoba Ward in Kanagawa Prefecture. It is a 8 minute walk from Tama-Plaza Station, and takes only 20 minutes on the Express train to Shibuya station on the Den-en-toshi line. The sharehouse is conveniently located around various amenities such as a supermarket and a shopping centre.
International Stadium Yokohama, also known as Nissan Stadium, will play host to seven matches during the 2019 Rugby World Cup. The stadium normally plays host to the Yokohama F Marinos, the Nissan Motor’s company team, as well as playing double duty as the home venue for Yokohama FC soccer games. However, for several weeks in the autumn of 2019, International Stadium Yokohama will showcase the talents of teams from New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, England, France and – of course – Japan. The final match of the World Cup will be played out here on November 2nd.
Asobuild is an interactive indoor entertainment center likely to please visitors of any age and with easy access from Yokohama Station. The building is divided into sections by floor, with each area offering a different theme or targeted age: On the rooftop, you’ll find multiple courts for sports and activities–visitors can play futsal, basketball, or participate in baseball workshops with former professional ballplayers. One floor down on 4F, the PuChu! Kids Park perfectly caters to younger crowds, with play zones aimed at a variety of ages. Monotory, on the third floor, allows visitors to get crafty at any of the 200 workshops offered by artisans, with products ranging from pottery to leather accessories to candles, and many more. Those seeking a more challenging experience may want to try the Escape Rooms on the second floor. The light-mapping exhibition, Ocean by Naked (until January 27, 2020), provides a fun, interactive space to explore underwater worlds. Asobuild also housed the quirky Unko Museum (until September 30, 2019), a technicolor exhibit devoted entirely to poop. When it’s time for a break, the first floor brings together 18 local food and drink establishments. Whether your tastes run to stand-up sushi, ramen, curry or the city’s famous shumai (Chinese-style dumplings) from Kiyoken, you’ll find something to settle any appetite. Below ground, the moody Pitch Club invites bar-goers to relax in the vintage, dim-lit lounge after hours.
Rinko Park (臨港パーク) is a large green space on the eastern side of Minato Mirai, along the shore of Yokohama Bay and overlooking the Port of Yokohama area. The park is home to seasonal flowers and works of art dotted around the park grounds. Alongside its wide, spacious lawn area, Rinko Park offers commanding views of the waterfront. Visitors can also explore the Shiori-no-Ike Pond, the Seaside Promenade and the Arch Bridge too.