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Yukari by Bankaku Sohonpo

A popular snack baked with a rich shrimp flavour and great texture.

Souvenir

Yukari is a cracker made with shrimp paste which is believed to bring good luck in Japan. Yukari was once presented to Tokugawa Mitsutomo in the Owari domain during the Edo Period and carries on its history and excellence.

Using 7 natural shrimps for each cracker, it is carefully roasted in a unique double baking method consistent with the Edo Period. The long drying time adds more umami and flavor too.

Its crunchy texture and savory taste are loved by many people, and it has become one of the representative gift items of the Tokai region. The crackers are not sweet, rich in calcium, high in protein, and low in fat. They are lightweight and can last for a long time, making them very suitable as souvenirs for international travellers.

Highlights

  • This cracker with its rich shrimp flavor has long been a best-selling product.
  • A prestigious product once presented to Tokugawa Mitsutomo in the Owari domain during the Edo Period.
  • They are lightweight and can last for a long time, making them very suitable as souvenirs for international travellers.

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  • 12 piece package. Different packages are available from 8 to 56 pieces.

    12 piece package. Different packages are available from 8 to 56 pieces.

  • Yukari, carefully made with the same process since the Edo Period, has been a great gift item.

    Yukari, carefully made with the same process since the Edo Period, has been a great gift item.

  • Using natural shrimp selected from the best region that season.

    Using natural shrimp selected from the best region that season.

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Details

Product name in Japanese
坂角総本舖「ゆかり」
Brand
Bankaku Sohonpo
Price
1,080 yen for 12 pieces and more (the price can be different at each retailer)
Available shops
Chubu Centrair International Airport Meihinkan, JR Nagoya Takashimaya, Grand Kiosk Nagoya etc.
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)