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Best things to do in Hyogo

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“Visit here to find out about Cup Ramen History, its Making Process and bring home your own designated Cup Ramen!!”
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“Ceramic board masterpiece art museum″ with the largest exhibition space in Japan ”
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“The former Suntory Museum was renamed as the Osaka Culturarium at Tempozan in 2013. Exhibitions of various kinds are displayed in the gallery. 오사카 문화관 텐포잔”
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“大阪たこ焼きミュージアム At "TAKOYAKI Museum", five Osaka famous popular Takoyaki restaurants, which Osaka people recommend with confidence, gathered together, from the original Takoyaki of the Orthodox to the creative takoyaki of commitment to Takoyaki, a distinctive taste you can have fun.”
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“(walking distance from Hankyu Mikage station 御影駅 or Sumiyoshi station 住吉駅), ☎ +81 78-822-8907. 9:30AM-4:30PM, closed Mon. Hakutsuru is a nationally-known sake brand and this museum is inside a former brewery, and features traditional tools, dioramas and English-language videos to explain the sake-making processes. At the end, you can sample some sake, which is non-pasteurized, presumably because it doesn't have to travel far from the factory. Write your name on a piece of paper provided by the guard and return that at the end. Free entry, free sake..”
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“Instant Ramen Museum インスタントラーメン発明記念館 The world's first instant noodle product originated in Osaka. Visitors can create their own Cup Noodle”
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“From its humble invention in 1958 by Andō Momofuku, (1910-2007, later chair of Nissin Foods), instant rāmen has grown into a global business. Exhibits at this offbeat museum showcase its birthplace, instant noodles from around the world, and a 'tunnel' of Nissin products. For many visitors, the highlight is customising your own package of instant rāmen to take away and eat later (¥300), including decorating the cup. Get the free English-language audio guide (¥2000 yen deposit). Expect long queues at weekends. It's about a 10-minute walk from the station. ”
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“You will learn how the first instant noodle was made in Japan here. In addition, you can make your own instant noodle here. ”
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