fragment design & BABY STAR Come Together for a THE CONVENI Exclusive Release

A twist on the iconic Japanese snack.

Food & Beverage
2,286 Hypes 1 Comments

After collaborating with heritage chocolate brand Bikkuri Man, fragment design has teamed up with Oyatsukanpani Inc.’s BABY STAR Ramen for the iconic Japanese snack’s 60th anniversary.

Coming together for a special THE CONVENI Edition, the exclusive flavor is centered around a spicy chicken flavor. The limited-edition snack will be sold in six-pack bundles wrapped in fragment design branded packaging designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara. Additionally, each bundle will come with eight stickers made exclusively for the collaboration.

Priced at ¥450 JPY (approximately $4 USD), the fragment design x BABY STAR THE CONVENI Edition is set to release August 7 in six-pack bundles exclusively at THE CONVENI.

For more food news, Krispy Kreme and Reese’s crafted a duo of chocolate and peanut butter doughnuts.

THE CONVENI at Ginza Sony Park
5 Chome-3-1 Ginza
Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061
Japan

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Behind the HYPE: How fragment design Revolutionized Modern-Day Collaborations
Fashion 

Behind the HYPE: How fragment design Revolutionized Modern-Day Collaborations

Hiroshi Fujiwara has built a successful streetwear brand, despite never releasing its own products.

Hiroshi Fujiwara Reveals fragment design x Nike Dunk High "Black/Navy"
Footwear

Hiroshi Fujiwara Reveals fragment design x Nike Dunk High "Black/Navy"

Expected to release later this year.

Take a First Look at Another fragment design x sacai x Nike LDWaffle Colorway
Footwear

Take a First Look at Another fragment design x sacai x Nike LDWaffle Colorway

Differing from the pair worn by Hiroshi Fujiwara last year.


Closer Looks of the sacai x fragment design x Nike LDWaffle Navy and Grey Colorways
Footwear

Closer Looks of the sacai x fragment design x Nike LDWaffle Navy and Grey Colorways

Chitose Abe, Hiroshi Fujiwara and the Swoosh fashion the lifestyle model with neutral tones only.

Patagonia's Latest Black Hole Bags Were Made from Recycling 10 Million Plastic Bottles
Fashion

Patagonia's Latest Black Hole Bags Were Made from Recycling 10 Million Plastic Bottles

Part of its wider initiative to use 100 percent recycled materials.

Nike & 'Stranger Things' Release Third Collaborative Collection (UPDATE)
Footwear

Nike & 'Stranger Things' Release Third Collaborative Collection (UPDATE)

Featuring the Tailwind 79, Cortez and Blazer Mid.

Off-White™'s Latest Set of Phone Cases Channel the Hard Hat
Fashion

Off-White™'s Latest Set of Phone Cases Channel the Hard Hat

Keep your phone secure.

Show Your Affection With Prada's Bolted Heart Key Chain
Fashion

Show Your Affection With Prada's Bolted Heart Key Chain

An industrial-inspired charm.

Nike's Shox TL Is Doused in Warm Sunrise Gradients
Footwear

Nike's Shox TL Is Doused in Warm Sunrise Gradients

Underscored by a glossy black midsole.


Post Malone Teases New Single "Circles" & Announces Release of Third Album
Music

Post Malone Teases New Single "Circles" & Announces Release of Third Album

At his Bud Light Dive Bar Tour in New York City.

KRINK Taps Modernica for Dripping Fiberglass Shell Chair
Design

KRINK Taps Modernica for Dripping Fiberglass Shell Chair

Limited to 100 chairs.

'Fortnite' Releases Skystation Showdown from World Cup as a Limited Time Mode
Gaming

'Fortnite' Releases Skystation Showdown from World Cup as a Limited Time Mode

With more Creative game modes to follow.

Pro Skateboarder Mitchie Brusco Lands World's First 1260 at X Games
Sports

Pro Skateboarder Mitchie Brusco Lands World's First 1260 at X Games

During the Big Air competition.

'90s Sci-Fi Classic 'Event Horizon' Is Getting Its Own Series on Amazon Prime Video
Entertainment

'90s Sci-Fi Classic 'Event Horizon' Is Getting Its Own Series on Amazon Prime Video

Co-produced with the original movie’s producers.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.