Kitakata Ramen Museum

Kitakata Ramen Museum

Kitakata’s ramen museum – full of everything ramen – has finally been completed! A ramen shrine was built in conjunction with the museum, where information about the history and story of Kitakata Ramen is exhibited. There is even a big ramen bowl at the centre of the shrine, where visitors can pray for good luck in love! Check out the shrine to find out if Kitakata Ramen will bring you romance!!
 

Venue Details

Venue Details
Best Season All Year
Opening Hours

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Closed on Wed.

Parking No parking lot available.
Entrance Fee Free to visit
Access Details
Access 4662 Nichome, Kitakata, Fukushima 966-0818 View directions
Getting there

By Train: 10 min on foot from Kitakata Station (on the JR Ban-etsu West Line)

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