Japan: Harajuku, Yoyogi Park & Nissin Cup Noodle Museum
Even though the rest of the park looked real gloomy, due to the recent seasonal changes, blossoms were popping up earlier than usual and we managed to get to see a couple of trees with them flowers. It was really like finding a flower amongst weeds. #positivethinking
Not sure why this group of friends so obiang1 with the poses… haha.
Obiang = Out of fashion; in a bad or dubious style or taste. (via. singlishdictionary.com)
The rest of the days in Tokyo were basically spent strolling around, shopping, eating and some city exploring.
Yokohama (next day)
So what’s at Yokohama you wonder. We visited the 2nd Nissin Cup Noodle museum in Japan. These noodles, of course together with other ramen brands have helped me tremendously during my freelance nights. It’s like quick savior for my midnight hungers. So we must give it some “worshipping” in appreciation for all these hungry years. After looking through at our pictures, it looked more like a school excursion then a vacation haha. Aside from that, it was definitely an interesting visit for us. If you’re looking for something slightly quirkier, bored of the usual attractions and you fucken love ramen, this is a place you should run to. Yeap. No actually, run to the Doraemon Museum in Mukogaoka Yuen Station first then to Nissin. We skipped the Doraemon museum though, cause I think we were like some hungry zombies let loose.
I don’t know. I felt this strong urge to doodle something because that HUGE cup of ramen is calling. YASSS!
There was just toooo many for my eyes to register.
The man that created instant ramen, Momofuku Ando.
Ending this post with our school excursion photo and a paid bag of goody. Ok, till then.