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Senbei and Arare

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Senbei & Arare

Senbei and Arare, Japanese rice crackers, offer a satisfying crunch in every bite and are beloved as a light snack in Japan. Their convenient size and easy-to-eat nature makes them ideal for sharing during tea gatherings or gifting. While soy sauce flavor is classic, variations like curry and sweet options are equally favored, adding diversity to this traditional treat.

TRIVIA

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Senbei & Arare coming to Sakuraco

Senbei

Senbei, Japanese rice crackers, have a long history dating back over a thousand years. Crafted from rice flour, they're shaped, seasoned, and grilled or baked to perfection. With a crunchy texture and diverse flavors like soy sauce or curry, senbei are beloved snacks enjoyed across Japan, reflecting traditional craftsmanship.

Senbei

Arare

Arare, smaller in size compared to senbei, trace back to the Edo Period, originally a snack for samurai. Crafted from glutinous rice, seasoned and roasted or deep-fried. Traditionally seasoned with soy sauce or mirin, today they're enjoyed nationwide, with regional variations in flavor and shape. Arare are integral to Japanese snacking culture, offering a satisfying crunch.

Arare

Okaki

Okaki are said to have originated during the Edo Period, crafted using meticulous shaping and traditional techniques. They are made by steaming glutinous rice, or more specifically mochi, then pressed and dried before grilling or frying to achieve a crispy texture. Okaki remains a popular snack today with various seasonings, including soy sauce or nori.

Okaki

Sweet Senbei

Sweet senbei and senbei cookies, blend traditional Japanese senbei crafting with sweet flavors. Evolving from traditional savory Senbei, different sweet variations gained popularity, offering a crunchy texture and delightful sweetness. Crafted from rice flour, they're baked and coated with sugar or other sweet toppings. They're enjoyed as a nostalgic snack, combining tradition with innovation in Japanese snacking culture. 

Sweet Senbei

Karinto

Karinto are a traditional Japanese snack that offer sweet and savory flavors with a crunchy texture. Crafting involves shaping dough into strips, deep-frying until golden brown and then coating in brown sugar or molasses. Karinto is enjoyed as a nostalgic treat, showcasing Japanese culinary heritage.

Karinto

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Whether you're looking to satisfy your sweet tooth or dig into something savory, Sakuraco's monthly senbei and arare selections will provide you with a much needed crunch.

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