Japan: 04 05 Nissin Museum

07Having participated in two short courses, our mood was very satisfied. We slowly toured rest of the museum and the souvenir shop at our own pace.

This Cup Noodles Museum records the successful stories and products of the Taiwanese-born, the king of invention “Momofuku Ando”. In addition to the most popular DIY area, there were also a showroom of all versions of instant noodles, a pasta food 09street, and an invincible landscape of the port viewed from the fourth floor. Most of the accessible area is free of charge. Certainly the number of children were more than adults.

Although some people deny such noodles to be part of healthy food selection, my view is that it not only solved the problem of food supply in the society in the past, but also created a large number of employment opportunities for local and global benefits. As long as it is not our main dishes every day, it should be very fine.

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