Elevating the humble seaweed to a snack that packs a punch with the tart taste of the sudachi citrus fruit, these addictive seaweed sheets are battered, fried, and flavored to create a crisp and tangy snack. The sudachi fruit is a small green citrus native to Japan that is frequently used as a flavoring in place of lemon or lime. It’s most famously used in ponzu sauce, so you may have tried this fruit without even knowing it! Sudachi is only grown in the Seto Inland Sea region close to Hiroshima, which makes it the perfect choice for this Hiroshima maker to add a little local flavor.
Featured in May '19 Bokksu: Tour of Japan, August '18 Bokksu: Summer Festival.
- Product of Hiroshima Prefecture
- Common Allergens: Eggs, Wheat
- Also Contains: Mollusk shellfish