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31 Dec 2013

Baby Star Crispy Noodle Snack Oyatsu Yokohama

Yokohama [横浜市] • DECEMBER 2013
Tea time, it is the time that you often have sweets or snacks and they have titled the confectionery for the time Oyatsu in Japanese. Now, please let us introduce a long seller of Oyatsu Company. Somehow, their name seems to take charge of the Oyatsu time, doesn't it?

Nisshin Food Products began to launch Nisshin Chicken Ramen in 1958. The ramen is very easy to make and so got popular very much in a second as changed Japanese foods way. The time of instant noodles had come.


Original things are made from a repeat of imitating and studies, they say. So it is usual a hit is copied by a lot of the profession. As it is common also in the field of instant foods, many Japanese makers chased Nisshin Food Products. Oyatsu Company did, too.


Oh, my. It looks the story is going to tell that what they made up was a kind of instant ramen. This is not. On the way to developing a new instant ramen product, it happened. As oyatsu, they served out pieces of dried noodles that had fell on the sun drying, for employees. The pieces got popular and they decided to launch. It became well-received, too.


Baby Star Crispy Noodle Snack was given birth to in 1959, thus. At the first time, they had launched the snack as Baby Ramen. In 1973, they renamed it as Baby Star Crispy Noodle Snack with their wishing it could be a star of Oyatsu.The snack is at the halfway point between instant noodles and snacks though they say it is the seasoned snack like dried noodles. There are, moreover, many types of flavor. Then, you can enjoy it in many ways.


Recently, they have expanded overseas like Korea, Taiwan, and America and so on. But it is said the flavor is different because each country has each liking, you know.
Here, let me introduce a recommendable way to have Baby Star Crispy Noodle Snack. First, dish up hot rice on your bowl. Next, as much as you like, put mayonnaise on the rice. And sprinkle with Baby Star Crispy Noodle Snack of your favorite flavor, as much as you like. Finally, muddle it up and have. Somehow, it is pretty delicious.


Now, I really wanted to like Baby Star. It had a really cute picture of a baby dressed in traditional Chinese Mandarin attire with really retro color Japanese packaging, evoking classic anime from the 1960s. Plus, the actual shape of the snack was interesting, and I’m a big fan of chow mein noodles. It had all the makings of a fun snack. Apparently this stuff is quite popular with kids in Japan and Oyatsu is a very long established snack company.

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