The "Maneki Buta" invites money! Acecook's cup noodles on sale that may contain a golden QUO card!
Acecook has released "Maneki Buta Shouyu Ramen, Miso Ramen, and Kombudashi Udon" featuring the character "Maneki Buta" in the hopes of befriending the beckoning cat. I wonder if it will bring good luck.
A cat with one hand raised in the air sits at the entrance of a store. Although they are rarely seen these days, beckoning cats are a comforting sight. It is said that beckoning cats bring good luck and customers. I wonder.
Acecook has released "Maneki Buta Shouyu Ramen, Miso Ramen, and Kombudashi Udon Noodle" featuring the character "Maneki Buta" in an attempt to befriend such beckoning cats. The beckoning butta character is said to bring good fortune to people, making this a product that is perfect for the year-end and New Year's holidays.
It's kind of very... fancy...
And this one, with its shiny package, has a catchphrase that reads, "The beckoning butta" invites money! The catchphrase is, "The beckoning butta" in a shiny package beckons money! The "beckoning buta" in the shiny package beckons money. I don't know what it means, but it also smells like... something like... "You're going to make a fortune! It smells like "You'll make money! It smells like Osaka...!
I don't know if it brings in money or not, but we are running a campaign in which a total of 5,000 people can win a golden QUO card on the spot. The campaign information is also printed on the golden lid. It is very flashy. If you open the lid and find a QUO card, you will be lucky, but if not, you will be disappointed before eating.
You are familiar with this character, right?
Speaking of Ace Cook, the image character is a little pig. They have turned the pig into a beckoning pig! The other day, a friend of mine told me about an Ace Cock commercial that featured "Buta buta buta kobuta, I'm hungry, boo! I was told by a friend the other day that he had never heard of the Ace Cock commercial "Buta buta kobuta hungry boo! I thought it was so famous that when you think of Ace Cook, you think of this! I thought it was so famous...ah, the generation gap.