While you can feast on yakisoba during all times of the year, the love for this food stall favorite comes out in full force during the festival season when you can find a multitude of vendors showing off their take on this simple and delicious dish. Often accompanied by vegetables like cabbage, onions, or carrots and garnish like beni shoga (pickled ginger) or aonori (green seaweed), yakisoba can be enjoyed in a myriad of culinary ways. Grab a handful of these and discover why Baby Star gets the gold star for the best yakisoba snack!
- Product of Mie
- Common Allergens: Eggs, Fish, Crustacean shellfish, Wheat, Soy
- Also Contains: Mollusk shellfish