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2014.09/29(Mon)

新婚旅行日記「横浜」

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>>21/02/2014, Thursday, Yokohama

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Day 7 into the honeymoon marks the end of travelling around...
After leaving Hakone, we headed straight to Yokohama for the day!

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First stop, Chinatown!


I have been there before but le husband haven't so we were there!
Have warned him its a boring place but well, since we are there~
It's worth walking down the street ;)

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Saw some cute buns and decided to have one on the cold street~

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Piping hot "kong ba bao" alike pork bun...
And we also had some different flavoured siew mai before we left~

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Next, headed to the bay area...

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A little walk from the station to our destination...

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Doesnt it look like an artist impression drawing? :D
The structural of the building made it easy to photograph~

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The NISSIN CUP NOODLE MUSEUM!


The little chicky mascot of the museum

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All the tourist are queuing for a picture with it :)

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le husband likes it :)

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We bought admission tickets
and also tickets to make our own cup noodles!
They had special timings so it will not be overcrowded...

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Ta-daa! Our empty plain cups to draw on!
There is no limit to how many cups of cup noodles you want to make.
You just have to buy the empty cups from a vending machine before entering
And each cup cost 300yen (SDG$3.60)

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After buying our cups, we had our hands sterilized before entering...
They have a dozens of round tables that could sit about 8pax...
And plenty of colourful markers placed in the middle.

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How the drawing area looked like...


Me starting on designing my cup noodle!

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Also, in front of us, were menu for the ingredients/ soup base!
That is a wise choice so people will not have to only decide on the spot
Which seriously nay cause congestion at each station~
I spent sometime looking at it deciding mine while I drew...

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le husband concentrating on his "art"


This is le husband's piece of art~
LOL! The stick figures!!


And mine :)

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So after we are all done on the drawing...
Station one is to fill in the dry noodles! By turning them in!

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Station two, choose your ingrediants!
Every cup could have 1 soup base (powder) & 3 items
I chose the pink heart kamaboko, spring onions and eggs!

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Ta-daa!!

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Station three, sealing the cup noodle!
The station staffs are all with so much smiles<3


Last station, bubble warp them up!


And here is our very own customized cup noodle :)


The cups that I painfully forgotten to bring home! *cries*
Although, we had the noodles already, so it's not too big a loss~lol~

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We went up one level after cup noodle making...
Into the display of history of Instant/Cup noodles from Nissin~
Did you know, the first instant noodle was invented in 1958?
And it's sold at 100yen per portion~

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And it's wide variety from then till now~

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Look! the Singapore corner, thou I wonder why they listed Tom Yam

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Creative piece of artwork along in the museum...

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And this is the little hut where the inventor, Ando Momofuku
lived and studied the invention of the incredible instant noodle!


The facade from a al-fresco area outside...

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That is facing the sea!

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This place totally reminds me of Marina Bay~
Somewhat made me feel like I am not in Japan...

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Here's when we are ready to leave...
It's a very cute idea for them to design the packaging like it is!

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We headed just opposite to the Cosmoworld Amusement Park!
The night lights of Yokohama should be seen since we are already here~

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Up we go!

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Selfie<3 I was pretty scared (a very timid person) up there...
The wind was strong and the cabin was shaking!! ;p

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Looking down from our cabin, doesn't it looks like Clarke Quay?


Leaving Yokohama marks the start of our Tokyo adventures...
As well as the hard fact that half of my honeymoon trip is over :(

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We were so hungry by the time the sky became dark...
It was only 6:30pm Japan time though~ we went back to Tokyo!

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And this is Ameyoko Cho, Ueno on a thursday night~

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Settled for some Yakiniku nearby~ that was not awesome but cheap!
So there's nothing to complain about... Haha!

Hello 7days of Tokyo! ( ๑*╹౪╹*)(╹౪╹*๑)

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