Kameda Kaki no Tane Rice Crackers
A snack that goes great with alcohol
Shaped like persimmon seeds, these rice crackers are crunchy, aromatic, slightly spicy, and come mixed with peanuts. They’re often called “kakipi” for short, a portmanteau of kaki (persimmon) and peanuts.
In Japan, they are a common snack to enjoy with alcoholic beverages. The perfect ratio of rice crackers to peanuts is 60:40, but mixes with more peanuts and mixes with no peanuts are also available.
In addition to the traditional flavors of soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled plum and perilla, there are also regional flavors that are exclusive to certain areas of Japan.
A great snack to enjoy with a drink.
Regional and limited flavors also available.
Available in several different sizes, including small, individually wrapped portions.
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- Product name in Japanese
- KAMEDA SEIKA CO., LTD.
- Volume / Price
Pack of 9 (265g), 300 yen
*Also comes in different sizes.
*The price may vary depending on the store.
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)