Named after the sound of the beating taiko drums that are ubiquitous at festivals in Japan, these little savory senbei are bursting with flavor. They are fried and then marinated in tonkatsu sauce to give them a deep, complex savory flavor that is tangy, peppery, and a little sweet. Tonkatsu sauce is a popular condiment for many of the fried foods found at Japanese festivals, making this snack an obvious choice for this Summer Festival Bokksu.
Featured in June '19 Bokksu: Traditional Flavors of Japan, August '18 Bokksu: Summer Festival.
- Product of Ibaraki Prefecture
- Common Allergens: Milk, Peanuts, Wheat, Soy