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CupNoodles Museum by Nissin Foods is now open in Hong Kong!

By Jen Paolini 5 March 2021 | Last Updated 29 March 2021

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Hold on to your chopsticks, this is a big one: To celebrate the hundredth-and-eleventh birthday of Momofuku Ando, the founder of Nissin Foods, the instant ramen giant has announced that CupNoodles Museum is now officially open in Hong Kong!

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CupNoodles Museum is one of Japan’s most popular travel destinations, and with its slew of interactive exhibits, it’s easy to see why. Promising an exhibition space of close 10,000 square feet at China Hong Kong City in Tsim Sha Tsui, the CupNoodles Museum Hong Kong will differ from the existing ones in Osaka Ikeda and Yokohama, offering three brand-new attractions under the theme of “The Innovation Journey of Momofuku Ando,” as well as three experiential workshops to complete the creative experience.

Among the three experiential workshops, “My Granola Factory” features as the most exclusive workshop of the line-up, offering an immersive experience and deep-dive into the story and manufacturing process of this new Nissin product. You can also participate in other iconic workshops like the “My CupNoodles Factory” and “Demae Iccho Factory, where visitors can create personalised Nissin products and learn fun facts about this ubiquitous comfort food.

Tickets are now available online through the CupNoodles Museum’s official website for workshops starting from tomorrow, 30 March. Visitors can create personalised memorabilia at the world-exclusive “My Granola Factory,” as well as the ever-popular “My CupNoodles Factory.” “Demae Iccho Factory” will welcome ticket holders from mid-April 2021 onwards. Be sure to drop by the gift shop and treat yourself to exclusive merchandise for a day to remember!

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Jen Paolini

Content director

Born in Hong Kong, raised in Germany, and educated in the U.S., Jen is an award-winning creative with a background in illustration, communication design, art direction, and content creation. When she’s not getting lost in a good book, you’ll find her doing crosswords, eating dim sum, covering all sides of a “Hamilton” number, and taking naps.