Wasabi and sesame taste of seaweed chips which is presented by Hello Kitty.
|Dimensions||7.5 x 7.5 x 10 cm|
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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).
This Sushi Seaweed (or “Sushi Nori” as it’s called in Japanese) is just what you need to make sushi at home. Japanese Cuisine uses a number of different types of seaweed. Common types are “wakame”, which you’ll often find in miso soup, and “kombu”, which forms the base of many Japanese soup stocks.