Nissin Foods Open Noodle Museum In Japan
Japanese brand opens up a museum to pay tribute to a product that is also a cultural artefact.
Nissin Foods has opened a new museum in Yokohama celebrating Japan’s craft and industry of noodle making. Visitors can create their own varieties at the ‘My Cup Noodle Factory’ and get a peek into corporate practices as well. The museum also showcases Nissin’s package designs available in different locations around the world and it occupies a floor space of 10,000 square metres (107,600 square feet). Take a look at the video below:
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