Bite-sized rice crackers that are perfect as a children’s snack
Kotsubukko are deep-fried rice crackers that were first released in 1982. Their fine texture makes them easy to eat for children, elderly people, and people wearing lipstick. They come in 4 bags, so they can be enjoyed little by little.
We updated our recipe in 2018 by removing dairy products from the raw materials, making even more people now able to enjoy Kotsubokko.
Deep-fried rice crackers seasoned with soy sauce and sugar.
Small-sized, making them bit-sized even for children.
Dairy free (produced in factories that handle dairy ingredients).
Fortified with calcium.
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- Product name in Japanese
- KAMEDA SEIKA CO., LTD.
168 yen (tax included)
※Prices may vary by shop.
- Shelf Life
- 150 days
- Available at
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)