Check Out These Baby-Star Ramen Collaboration Snacks and Meals at Lawson Store 100

In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the beloved snack Baby-Star Ramen, Oyatsu Company is pairing up with popular convenience store Lawson Store 100 to bring a slate of Baby-Star Ramen infused foods to Japan for a limited time! Don't miss out on your chance to try these unique food combinations starting from August 21st, 2019.


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Limited-Time Baby Star Ramen Products are Coming to Lawson Store 100

Baby-Star Ramen is a popular Japanese snack food loved by people of all ages that consists of little bits of crunchy ramen-flavored noodles. With a history dating back exactly 60 years, this is a snack that will bring up nostalgic memories in a majority of the Japanese population, no matter their age. Even now, those who try this snack for the first time are instantly hooked by the cruncy texture and satisfyingly salty flavor. 

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the snack, convenience store favorites such as onigiri (rice balls) and bento (lunch boxes) will be given a Baby-Star Ramen twist at Lawson Store 100 locations all across Japan. These collaboration products will be available starting from August 21st, 2019, and will be sold at nearly 800 Lawson Store 100 locations nationwide. 

Here's a look at the unique product combinations you will be able to enjoy during this campaign! 

Baby Star Ramen Rice Bowl

Rice flavored with chicken stock and soy sauce topped with Baby-Star Ramen, char siu pork, and naruto fish cake. This unique rice bowl deliciously pairs the softened Baby-Star Ramen with flavorful rice to make a masterful treat you'll have to try for yourself. 

Cost: 216 yen (incl. tax)

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Baby Star Ramen Onigiri

This consists of the same rice cooked with chicken stock and soy sauce, but this time it is mixed with the Baby-Star Ramen and formed into a cute rice ball. It is probably pretty shocking for Japanese people to see Baby-Star Ramen used as an oinigiri filling, but that doesn't mean it can't be tasty!

Price: 108 yen (incl. tax)

Baby Star Ramen Sandwich

A sandwich filled with Baby-Star Ramen and potato salad. The Baby-Star Ramen and potato salad work in tandem to bring out the deliciousness in each other in this unique sandwich you won't want to miss. 

Price: 216 yen (incl. tax)

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Baby Star Ramen Okonomiyaki

Modan-yaki is a kind of okonomiyaki (savory Japanese pancake) with noodles in it, and this version swaps out the fresh noodles for Baby-Star Ramen! This filling and somewhat nostalgic dish is perfect for a meal.

Price: 378 yen (incl. tax)

Baby Star Ramen Sara Udon

This is the perfect choice for those who wanted to turn snack food into a meal as a child! Baby-Star Ramen is topped with a thick sauce filled with cabbage, carrots, corn, and other veggies in this product. 

Price: 324 yen (incl. tax) 

Baby Star Ramen Salad with Rayu (Chili Oil)

A Chinese-style cabbage salad topped with crunchy Baby-Star Ramen and a spicy dressing made with rayu chili oil! A great option for those who want something a bit on the lighter side. 

Price: 216 yen (incl. tax)


These products will be available for a limited time only, so run to your nearest Lawson Store 100 and get them while you can! 


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The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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