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Crunchy and savory with a hint of sweetness. Enjoy a thrilling combination of sweet and savory flavours with Kamedaseika’s soy sauce fried rice crackers. Known in Japanese as ‘Age Ichiban’, these rice crackers have been fried to the perfect level of crispiness before being seasoned in a combination of honey and light soy sauce, right up to their crimped edges (which are all the better to catch extra seasoning with).
A pack of 32 teething rice crackers for babies. These teething rice crackers have been made with Japanese rice, are packed full of friendly bacteria that break down sugars in your baby’s mouth and provide lots of calcium for strong and healthy teeth. With a plain flavor that will appeal to all babies these teething rice crackers are easy to eat and provide good solid food eating practice.
A snack pack of rice crackers. These light, crispy ‘senbei’ called Happy Turn are not a typical senbei that you can buy in other shops. These crackers have a lighter, softer crispiness to them as well as a mild salt taste, making them very popular with children. Find the hidden heart shaped cracker!
I kneaded roasted soybean with high temperature and roasted. Please enjoy the exquisite taste weaved by soy sauce that is exceptionally sweet and refreshing soy sauce.
This handy pack is just a smaller portion of our regular rice crackers. Wonderfully tasty and crunchy, this handy pack is great for lunches or a small snack. These wafer thin salad crackers are flavored with a mixture of seafood and vegetable extracts and soy sauce. Low in fat. Be sure to grab yours now. Yum!
Individually wrapped rice crackers with a soy sauce base and Japanese plum flavor, covered in a layer of seaweed (nori). Good quality rice crackers with a rich flavor and crunchy texture. Low in fat and high in protein – perfect for a healthy snack!
Allergies Specified raw materials, etc. 27 items not used! It is a rice cracker with a mellow taste that babies can eat, kneading four green-yellow vegetables (pumpkin, spinach, tomatoes, carrots).