As a country notorious for its experimentation with flavours, it is not surprising that Japan has more varieties of savoury snacks than you can shake a stick at. From crunchy rice crackers to spicy wasabi peas to umami infused seaweed snacks to sour pickles, there is no doubt that your tastebuds will have the time of their life with Japanese savoury snack foods. Curious to see what Japan Centre has in store? Check out our Rice Crackers and Snacks section.
Per 100g: • Energy: 1966kJ/470kcal • Fat: 17g (of which Saturates: 3.4g) • Carbohydrate: 65g (of which Sugars: 2g) • Protein: 13g • Salt: 1.2g
I buy a year's supply of these little crackers and they remain fresh and crispy long after the sell-by date.If I were to modify, or supplement this product, removal of the peanuts and doubling the size of the individual packs would be good. I might consume and buy more of these if the individual packs were bigger (marketing opportunity)
A tasty snack for the office with typical Japanese crunch complemented well by peanuts. A definite favourite!
Love these as a snack with a drink or two.
Had these when I was in japan. I really like Ike them. The moon shaped things are a little spicy, not too much, but they have a little heat to them.
A* on all counts.\nDelicious snack and a firm favourite.
My favourite Japanese snack- spicy and tasty. Ideal with a nice drink !
Snacks I used to bring home from working for Fujitsu in Japan.
Wonderful with even drink
it reminds me, taste of Japan with Beer.
Super, Smashing, Lovely :-)
Lovely multi packs of individual snack size portions.
love this in the packets to have as a snack.
Greatest snack on the planet. Full stop.
It’s great to be able to nibble these with a beer.
I eat the product, it's very good and has been a favourite of mine for many years. \n\nMy only suggestion is to market an alternative variety of this product consisting of only rice crackers (In other words without peanuts, for those customers who don't like such nuts, or have a nut allergy.)
Good product, can recommend.
Sorry the kadoya product we have not used yet
Love these little crackers but as previously stated the shelf life was extremely short.
The best snack there is
good and calssic
This product is a great snack, upon eating them you can easily understand why they’re one of the most popular in Japan. It also makes for a great gift to give to others
Tasty snacks that I can’t get in supermarkets
My all time favourite.
Special treat as more expensive than a packet of crisps but love these occassionly.
My most favourite *** snack next to edamame.
Delicious! But pricey.
I’ve always loved this snack. Tangy and good memories of Japan convenience store fare.