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[Myojo Foods x Mode Gakuen Collaboration Project] Students create package designs for “instant products that I wish I had”! It is actually commercialized and will be released nationwide!
Mode Gakuen (Tokyo/Osaka/Nagoya) Department of Graphic Arts conducted the “MYOJO DESIGN PROJECT” as an industry-academia collaboration project with MYOJO FOODS CO., LTD.
This is the 4th step of this initiative, and we planned a total plan from package design to consumer targeting and taste selection for “instant products that I think would be nice to have” planned by students. Based on the idea of the work that passed the final selection from among the works and won a prize, it was decided to actually commercialize it. It will be released nationwide from 12/5 (Monday).
The final selection will be held at Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower A Hall, and a presentation of the 12 works that will remain in the final selection will be held. Osaka and Nagoya participated remotely. As a result of the selection, the products to be commercialized were decided from among the prize-winning works.
【Meisei Mode Gakuen Collaboration Shichimi Meat Udon with Sweet and Spicy Soy Sauce】
【Myojo Foods Co., Ltd.】 Official website: https://www.myojofoods.co.jp/ Department of Graphics: Yui Maruyama
Student comment: I created this after being shocked by people of the same generation who put a lot of shichimi on it at beef bowl restaurants.
The package has a large “good mark” to make it a bright red design with an impact that appeals that “it is good” that “the shichimi has already been sprinkled”.
Product introduction: For those who want to wear shichimi anytime! Sweet and spicy soy sauce flavored meat udon that looks like it has plenty of shichimi. Chili peppers are used not only in the
ingredients, but also in the soup. The sweet and rich taste of bonito and soy sauce combined with the spiciness and aroma of shichimi make this a very satisfying dish.
In this project, even though I was a student, I was able to experience everything from package design to planning proposals and actual commercialization, which even professionals would not be able to do. We will continue to aim to be active as an immediate force in the future through industry-academia collaboration efforts.
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