Shrimp chips are one of our favorite fish-flavored Japanese snacks. Each crispy morsel is packed with a ton of shrimp flavor, making it a delicious and satisfying snack. These chips are very popular in Japan’s Niigata Prefecture and they are often enjoyed during springtime flower viewings. For even more crunch, you’ll want to try our selection of ebi crunch chips. Ebi means “shrimp” in Japanese and our ebi crunch crackers infuse rice crackers and peanuts with black pepper, curry powder, and garam masala seasonings to pack quite the punch.
Seaweed serves many purposes in Japanese cuisine. It is primarily used to wrap sushi and onigiri, but can also be eaten plain or used as a garnish. But that’s not all ... seaweed can also be used to flavor delicious snacks! Seaweed tempura is one of our favorite oceanic-themed snacks as each snack is battered and fried to create a delicious, crispy, and savory snack.
Blue cheese seaweed tempura combines two delicious flavors of blue cheese and seaweed to create one crispy chip that can be enjoyed anytime! Our setouchi sudachi citrus-flavored seaweed tempura is another great savory snack that you won’t want to miss out on. Sudachi is a small citrus fruit native to the Seto Inland Sea region by Hiroshima, and it is often used to make ponzu sauce. The bitter sudachi and bold seaweed flavorings will leave your mouth watering!