Mini Red Bean Crackers (11 Packs)
This unassuming golden cracker conceals a thin layer of red bean paste that adds a hint of sweetness. Its flavor is inspired by shiruko, a traditional Japanese dessert of sweet red bean porridge traditionally eaten in winter. According to snack maker Matsunaga Seika, this beautifully buttery biscuit was created in 1966 to unite the West (represented by the biscuit) and Nagoya (represented by the anko filling). Matsunaga Seika brought back this delicious classic in 2016 to celebrate their 50th anniversary, demonstrating its timeless popularity.
- Product of Aichi Prefecture
- Common Allergens: Milk, Wheat, Soy
- 1 Bag (18g × 11 Packs)
DISCLAIMER: Note that the common allergens and dietary restrictions listed here are directly translated from the packaging as reference; we cannot guarantee the presence or lack of certain allergens/animal products in the items so please consume them at your own risk with careful attention to any personal health concerns.