Alright, here goes for Day 3 Part 2! Click here if you want to read the first part of the day’s itinerary in Yokohama.
After our visit to the Cup Noodles Museum, we walked back to Minatomirai station where we had first alighted from the train and decided to search for food because we were hungry. And even though we had spent half the day looking at noodles, we walked into Ippudo on B1 when I first spotted it because…. how can anyone pass up on eating Ippudo ramen really?!
Having loved my very first bowl of Ippudo ramen in Hiroshima back in 2011, it has always been my go-to ramen in Singapore so I couldn’t pass up the chance of eating again in Japan!
Ordered my standard Akamaru ramen with the gyoza to share with the bff and it only cost 1450yen for the entire set. Super cheap compared to Singapore!!
Ok first and foremost, happy CNY to everyone reading this! I had a really quiet celebration this year, somehow the novelty of being festive is just too tiresome for me and I pretty much spent the long weekend sleeping and recharging for the new year :D
Anyway, back to the entry – I’ve finally finished editing Day 3 pics and let me tell you it was so tedious (I blame myself and the bff for taking so many useless pics lol!). Totally not looking forward to editing Day 4 pics because we went to Tokyo Disneyland but let’s leave it for another time shall we?
Today’s itinerary consist of one place only – Yokohama! Yokohama is just a short trip out of Tokyo (30 mins via train) so we wanted to get out of there to experience some place outside of Tokyo and the place we wanted to visit was the Nissin Cup Noodles Museum.
But first… combini breakfast ^^ It was either this or Macs again because there weren’t any breakfast places near our hotel lol so we settled for combini food.
Take the JR Shonan Shinjuku Line Shinjuku Station and alight at Yokohama station. Transfer to Minatomirai (25mins, 550 yen).
Just follow the directions inside the train station and then come up to the ground level, you’ll be greeted by this hugeeeeee ferris wheel and roller coaster which is Yokohama Cosmo World.
Head on down the street and keep a lookout for this building below diagonally opposite of you and you know you’re at the correct place.