CupNoodles Museum Osaka Ikeda (カップヌードルミュージアム 大阪池田)
This museum in Ikeda City, Osaka, first opened in 1999 at the birthplace of instant ramen. With a variety of displays and hands-on exhibits you can learn all about the history and development of instant ramen by Nissin Foods' founder, Ando Momofuku. Don't miss the display which shows off almost 800 different products from throughout Nissin Foods' history. The Chicken Ramen Factory where you can make your own chicken ramen (fee and reservation required) and the My CupNoodle Factory where you can make your own personal CupNoodle blend (fee required) are both very popular. Admission is free.
Osaka Ikedashi Masumichou 8-25 (Toyonaka / Takatsuki / IkedaArea)
[Open Hours] 9:30-16:30 (Last admission 15:30)
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- [Open Hours] 9:30-16:30 (Last admission 15:30)
- [Days closed]Tuesday(The next day for Public holiday), New Year's Holiday
- [Admission fee] Free
[Chinky Lenfaction] Elementary School Students500yen, Junior high school students and older800yen (reservation required)
[My cup naddle factor] 400yen per meal (no reservation required *Sales will end early when crowded)
* Above The amount of Friday is Friday from April 1st.
- Parking Lot
300yen every 60 minutes
- Credit Card
- Not available
- Others (Smoking space available outdoors)
- English Menu
- Available for explanation of some actions
- Temporary closure:Closed from 2020/2/29 to 2020/5/12 (Information as of 2020/4/2) * Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.
- Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
- Average budget
- [Lunch] 1-1,000yen
- Estimated stay time
- 60-120 minutes
- Wheelchair accessible
- Infant friendly
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
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While Osaka prefecture is the country's second smallest prefecture, its capital, Osaka City, is the country’s third-largest and arguably one of the most popular in the Kansai region thanks to its vibrant nightlife, the Osaka people’s openness, and its much-loved cuisine, which has earned it the nickname "the nation’s kitchen."