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Journeys Peek Inside Nissin's New Cup Noodles Museum In Hong Kong

Peek Inside Nissin's New Cup Noodles Museum In Hong Kong

Peek Inside Nissin's New Cup Noodles Museum In Hong Kong
Photo: Courtesy of Nissin Foods
By Doris Lam
By Doris Lam
April 06, 2021
Calling all instant noodle fans: This cup noodles museum is what dreams are made of—and it's finally arrived in Hong Kong

Ever wanted to curate your own cup noodle flavour? Nissin Foods’ well-known Cup Noodles Museum officially opened on March 30 in Hong Kong, making all your cup noodle dreams come true. 

Announced by ramen giant Nissin Foods in early March, the museum spans over 10,000 square foot of space in China Hong Kong City mall in Tsim Sha Tsui. Inside, visitors will find three brand-new attractions and three experience-based workshops that are unlike the ones seen at the Yokohama and Osaka Ikeda museum locations in Japan. 

The grand attractions, “My Cup Noodles Factory” and “Demae Iccho Factory” workshops will be making a comeback after previous pop-ups in the city. The Cup Noodles Factory will allow visitors to design their own cup noodles in three steps, starting with a personalised cup, followed by your favourite soup base, and finally finishing off the cup noodle by selecting topping choices.

On closer shores: Fifty Tales, A Noodle Bar By Aaron Phua And Its 3 Signature Bowls

Dame Iccho Factory, where visitors can make their own instant ramen (Photo: Courtesy of Nissin Foods)
The Gronola Factory
 

The Demae Iccho Factory is a more hands-on workshop that invites visitors to experience the process of making instant ramen. Be ready to get your hands dirty as you’d be expected to help knead, spread and stream the ramen dough, then dry the dough with Nissin’s flash-frying method.

The third workshop, “My Granola Factory” is a brand-new workshop where visitors can learn about the story and manufacturing process of Nissin’s new granola product.

Measuring three metres high, The Big Cup is the perfect spot for photos (Photo: Courtesy of Nissin Foods)
Measuring three metres high, The Big Cup is the perfect spot for photos (Photo: Courtesy of Nissin Foods)

Whether you’re a fan of ramen, or if you simply enjoy treating yourself to a late-night cup noodle once in a while, be sure to check out Nissin’s Cup Noodles Museum so you’ll have a snack ready during your next Netflix binge.

In the meantime, get your Japan travel fix by reading our guide to sushi bars in KL offering omakase experiences, followed by a spending scenic day out admiring Malaysia’s best cherry blossoms

Read also: 5 Hotels In Japan To Check Into For Your Next Holiday

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