That got me really frustrated as I kept thinking I don’t really want to order a random ramen after a 20 minute wait so I left hungry without buying a ticket.Archeologists report the first 'catacombs' from the Native Americans of the Southwest On a sultry July afternoon last summer, at the height of Arizona's rainy season, archeologist John Hohmann and his team of three fanned out over the ruins of a 15-acre pueblo settlement near Springerville.I’ve noticed various Blogs and Village Voice restaurant critics have called a I guess the name itself deserves a short FAQ.
Apparently there is a newer, Nissin operated Instant Ramen Museum near Osaka.
I would guess the Shin-Yokohama museum inspired the company to open their own museum.
Their grail: eaves that locals had long believed were used as burial sites by the Mogollon tribe who lived there 800 years ago.
Hohmann-in full Banana Republic regalia-had already tasted success: hacking away with his machete at muscular vines choking the rocky cliffs, he spied an intricate spiral stairway built into the rock.
I spotted a poster from the 1957 Toho Science Fiction film “The Mysterians”.
(named “Earth Defense Force” in Japan and considered part of the Godzilla universe) They had basic brochures in English and Korean.Yokohama was opened as a port and city to foreigners in the mid 19th century.With Tokyo to the north the pair of cities became a major megalopolis and I often forget Yokohama is another gigantic city a half hour or so south that has it’s own history and personality and is, by most accounts, Japan’s second largest city (though depending on criteria it’s possible to make metropolitan Osaka bigger, but then you get into issues of what the city proper is and Osaka being part of a large metropolitan area with Kobe and Kyoto with numerous smaller cities not being part of say Osaka proper.Though not explained the restaurant clearly no longer needs a cashier or the space it consumes as well as the ramen makers can keep their hands clean without handling money.Each restaurant only had a tiny seating area and had it’s own line marked by a rope outside.Inside the Shin-Yokohama Museum, after paying a or so admission there is a typical historical display with some neat packaging and a fair amount of very old looking instant ramen plus a gift store with souvenirs and of course a lot of instant ramen not generally available as well as frozen ramen.