**CUP NOODLE MUSEUM TOUR ** & PUB CRAWL

Back by popular demand is the number 1 RANKED Museum tour in Japan. plus of course the famous Yokohama English Speaking Pub Crawl. 

     The CUP NOODLE MUSEUM TOUR & PUB CRAWL

The Japanese version of the popular travel information site Tripadvisor recently published a list of the best factory tours in Japan. 

Perhaps unsurprisingly, one of the nation’s most popular exports is top rated. The Cup Noodle Museum Tour, where visitors can choose their own cup, soup and toppings to create a unique and individual flavor.

“The highlight was seeing all the different cup noodle flavors that have been sold in the past. 

If you've never been to the cup noodle museum or even if you have, this is great opportunity to share the experience with a group of great people and make friends where you'll learn how this Japanese invention came to be so famous all over the world. 

We have an English guide for part of the tour but there's also English audio available. 

The English audio requires a fully refundable deposit but is free of cost. Included in the tour is an interesting animated movie about the founder of Cup Noodles 

- English audio is available too.

After the tour we'll make our personalized cup noodles - it's vacuum packed after creation and good to take home and then we'll go to a restaurant that has noodles from 8 different countries.

 This restaurant is really inexpensive and great value; it'll be on a pay as you go system. Both stages of the Cup Noodles tour are VERY popular with long lines if you go individually but we've arranged for a no wait situation for both stages of this relatively new and super popular museum. 

At the end of the cup noodle tour there is a great souvenir shop to pick up some last minute gifts as well.

Don't forget your camera. 

After the CUP NOODLE MUSEUM tour we'll head off on the second half of the tour where we will visit another 3 bars with free shots /treats while walking between bars.

All this for only ¥2,800

(It includes the cost of admission to the museum and the cost of making the cup noodles, Pub crawl tour, booking fee )

So don't forget to RSVP early for this tour as we only have limited spaces available. WHO IS THIS TOUR FOR : Everyone!!! Backpackers / Tourists / Expats / Locals / Students / Beer lovers Noodle lovers etc ..

Everyone that wants to meet new friendly people and enjoy some of Yokohama's BEST Bars on every tour!

(map here) 

Schedule : 

Please notice the new meet up time at Bashamichi station. Bashamichi has only one exit (the central exit).

• Meet up at Bashamichi station : 3:00pm - 3:20pm

• Cup noodle tour : 3:40pm - 4:30pm

• Cup noodle making : 4:35pm - 5:10pm

▪️8 international noodles restaurant : 5:15pm - 5:55pm

▪️Short stop at the souvenir shop : 6pm - 6:10pm

We'll THEN walk to the first bar • First bar : 6:30 - 7:30pm

• Second bar : 7:40pm - 9:00pm plus welcome shot

• Third Bar: 9:15pm -10.30pm plus welcome shot

• Between the bars there'll be a nice treat too :)


We'll walk back to either Bashamichi Station (Toyoko Minatomirai Line; 5 minutes from Yokohama Station) which is 10 minutes on foot from the 2nd bar or Sakuragicho Station 

Bars will be announced during the tour and all guests are free to join or leave at any stage of the tour.

PAYMENT DETAILS

Payment is collected at the meeting point and there you will be given a ticket and an I.D pass to join the tour. 

The cost is ¥2,800.

FIRST TIMERS!!!! This will be an excellent opportunity to meet new people that speak English and have fun! We'll have tour hosts ready to introduce you and make sure you have a great time!

some examples of souvenirs .....



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  • wayne

    great people having a great time at the cup noodle museum, and pub crawl

    July 20, 2014

  • wayne

    we have a few groups joining us from other meetup sites to make for a great tour and pub crawl around yokohama

    July 4, 2014

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