Little Oyatsu Town, a new theme park based on the popular Baby Star ramen brand, is set to open in Osaka on October 31, 2020! There will be four main areas: the Experience Area, where you can make your own Baby Star Ramen, the Amusement Area, full of fun and games, the Food Area, where you can enjoy a wealth of snacks, and the Shopping Area.
We will be the first to introduce the latest information on Baby Star ramen their new Little Oyatsu Town Namba theme park.
Convenient Location with Great Access
Little Oyatsu Town Namba is located on the 7th floor of the Namba Parks mall, which is directly connected to Nankai Namba Station. It is a 7-10 minute walk from Namba Station. Admission is free (individual attractions charged separately), so you can easily drop by on your way home from a family outing. It is also a recommended hang-out spot for a rainy day. Some experiences may require advanced reservations. Please check the homepage for details: (https://oyatsu.town/namba/)
Make Your Own Snacks at the Experience Area!
Hoshio-kun Kitchen, a popular attraction in the Oyatsu Town in Mie, is coming to Osaka. Here, you can make your own Baby Star ramen!
At the "My Special Baby Star" experience, you will spice up your Baby Star ramen snack with your favorite flavors, cook it in an oven, and decorate a limited-edition Osaka cup with stickers. (Required time: about 50 minutes, advance reservations possible, 800 yen, tax included)
You can also try the "Only One in the World BABY-STAR Furikake" experience, popular with adults as and children alike! (Required time: about 20 minutes, advance reservations possible, 600 yen, tax included). Choose from 10 types of furikake and 210 seasonings!
Play Games in the Amusement Area!
Play to your heart's content at Oyatsu Town's Amusement Area. Nine different games get your entire body moving, including stepping games such as "Dadanda Ramen Maru" and "Tsuboyanen," a game where you can draw your own original characters on an iPad called "Oekakibunshin", and a game where you use hand movements to play instruments called "Kibun Choi Age Live".
After all that exercise, grab a snack at the Food Area!
At Oyatsu Town's Sweets Park in the Food Area, it's "Always 3 O'clock!" They offer a rich dessert and meal menu with about 25 different dishes. There is also DIY ramen, and a buffet area with hamburgers and pasta. Adults can also enjoy sparkling wine with their sweets!
Limited-Edition Souvenirs at Oyatsu Marche Shopping Area!
Oyatsu Marche is full of limited-edition Baby Star ramen snacks and furikake that you will only find at Little Oyatsu Town. Two popular items are the Osaka Kotekote Takoyaki (1,000 yen, tax included) and the Curry Flavor (770 yen, tax included), made in collaboration with Nankai Electric Railway's limited express Rapi:t train.
There is also a wide variety of original Hoshio-kun and Butamen goods, including stationery and key chains. Why not grab a few goodies as souvenirs?
Baby Star Snacks Cooking Demonstrations!
The Snack Deli is a take-out corner where you can also enjoy live cooking demonstrations! See how Baby Stars snacks, curry bread, and meat buns are made right before your eyes at the Baby Star Factory.
Having just celebrated its 60th anniversary, Baby Star is a favorite ramen snack that is nostalgic for adults and popular with children. And soon, you will be able to enjoy even more Baby Star when you visit Little Oyatsu Town in Namba. Be sure to check it out!
Measures Against Coronavirus
Disinfection, sterilization, and thorough cleaning of shops and facilities; installation of sanitizer and partitions; use of coin trays; staff required to wear masks, wash hands, gargle, use sanitizer, and check temperature; customers also requested to wear masks and check temperature.
*Baby Star, Hoshio-kun, and Butamen are all registered trademarks of Oyatsu Company, Inc.
*All images are for display purposes only.
*Area names are tentative and subject to change.
*Menu and content subject to change.
Little Oyatsu Town NambaリトルおやつタウンNamba
- Address 7F Namba parks 2 Chome-10-70 Nanbanaka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, 556-0011
Access: Directly connected to Nankai Electric Railway Namba Station (Central and South Exits); about a 7-min walk from Osaka Metro Midosuji Line Namba Station (South Exit); about a 9-min walk from Osaka Namba Station Kintetsu Namba Line (Nara Line) (East Exit)
Hours: 11:00AM-9:00PM (tentative)
Fee: Free admission (games and attractions may have separate fees)
Regular holidays: Same as Namba Parks
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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