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Stephanie is a contributing writer to “The Hudsucker.” By day, she is a teaching assistant at Kumon, attempting to convince young children that 36 is indeed less than 37, but by night, she turns into an intrepid Instagram food photographer.

Big in Japan

When I think back on the summer trips I’ve taken to Japan, it’s hard to choose a favorite moment.

Maybe my favourite moment was getting to visit the Cup Noodles Museum, an entire museum dedicated to the fascinating history of Nissin Cup Noodles – and getting to take home my very own customized cup! Or, it could have been getting dessert at that one cafe where I devoured a foot-tall sundae, cutely coined the “Tokyo Tower.” Then again, perhaps my favourite experience was not a food-related one after all (shocker!), but instead it was the time I finally got to play Taiko no Tatsujin in its home country.   

Oh well. It’s probably safest to say that when I think back on my beloved summer trips to Japan, my favorite part was every single second of it.

 All photographs were taken by Stephanie Mau unless otherwise stated.

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2 Comments on “Big in Japan”

  1. Elizabeth Rosalyn The August 26, 2014 at 2:02 pm #

    A Cup Noodle Museum? Now I’ve seen it all!

  2. Just A Simple Guy August 26, 2014 at 8:29 pm #

    wow.. a cup museum??? That’s interesting. =)

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