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Kim Kardashian ensured her four kids had a memorable spring break in Japan by taking them to make their own instant cup of noodles at the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum in Ikeda, Japan.
Her eldest child, North West, nine, documented the experience on her TikTok, as she documented the process, starting with footage of her drawing on the plastic-foam cup.
She proceeded to choose from four soup flavors and 12 different toppings, before having her selection vacuum sealed for later.
The video, which was posted on Friday night, received more than 386,000 views and 69,500 likes
In the recording, North, who is reportedly launching a skincare and toy line, looked every inch the budding fashionista in a pair of oversized red shades and her lavender hair styled in box braids with beads.
Once-in-a lifetime: Kim Kardashian ensured her four kids had a memorable spring break in Japan by taking them to make their own instant cup of noodles at the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum in Ikeda, Japan
Her mother rocked a metallic silver Louis Vuitton jacket, black sunglasses and a pink manicure with a cute three-dimensional Hello Kitty design on her thumb.
Earlier on their trip, they paid a visit to the Sanrio Store and Hello Kitty Cafe with North's cousin Penelope, 10.
Last week, news broke that Kardashian had recently filed four trademarks for the nine-year-old earlier this month, according to the The U.S. Sun.
The first trademark for North is for a skincare line that could contain a number of products, such as serums, face oils, bath and shower gels, as well as cosmetics, reported the outlet.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star also filed for a second trademark for North to start a toy line, which comprises of, 'toy figures, doll accessories, dolls, drawing toys, infant toys, mechanical action toys, play sets for action figures, soft sculpture toys, bath toys,' according to The U.S. Sun.
North's trademarks don't stop there, with a third stepping away from skincare and instead is focused on the advertising sector.
The fourth trademark is aimed at entertainment services and comprises of, 'entertainment in the nature of providing information in means of a global computer network in the fields of entertainment and pop culture,' reported the publication.