KAMEDA SEIKA - Rice Crackers Kaki no Tane Wasabi 6 bags of 182g

¥490
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Kaki no tane, literally "persimmon seeds" (because they are shaped like a persimmon stone), are one of the most popular Japanese appetizers. They are small puffed rice cakes with soy sauce mixed with roasted peanuts. They are usually eaten with beer. These are wasabi-flavored.

Made with wasabi powder from Azumino city, Kameda Seika's kaki no tane are dried using a double-drying method, which gives them an original and spicy taste.

Made from 100% Japanese rice.

KAMEDA SEIKA - Rice Crackers Kaki no Tane Wasabi 6 bags of 182g

Ingredients: peanuts (peanuts, vegetable oil (including soybean), salt), rice (produced in Japan), starch, soy sauce (including wheat and soybean), sugar, salt, bonito extract, bonito powder, protein hydrolyzate (including egg, wheat, soybean, chicken and pork), kelp powder, soy sauce powder, kelp extract, yeast extract powder, horseradish powder, seasoning (amino acid etc. ), processed starch, spice extract, sorbitol, emulsifying agent, emulsifier, extract powder, wasabi powder, seasoning (amino acid, etc.), flavoring, E150, E160

Storage: keep away from sunlight

JAN: 4901313192061

Data sheet

Taste Spicy
Texture Crunchy
Size Small
Difficulty of preparation Ready to use

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