Hokkaido is northern Japan and famous for its good food such as sea food, soup curry and so on. This is one of their good local confection, curry-flavored rice cracker snack.
On the package, there is a notification “limited in Hokkaido”. But in Japan we can see local confection events quite often almost everywhere. So even if you do not have a chance to visit Hokkaido you might get this snack in Tokyo like me.
Crispy! Spicy but with a little sweetness!
You should try it!
Average. Around 150 yen.
232 kcal per package.
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I got this at NewDays, a convenience store chain that is usually located in or near train stations. As I mentioned above, it is usually Hokkaido province limited. But if you are lucky you might be able to find this in other places too.
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The materials may be changed in the future so please check yourself when you try it.
The nutritional indication.
“Kari Kari” means crispy.
And the pronunciation “Kari” and “curry” sounds similar to Japanese.
Open the package.
There are 24 sticks in it this time.
Got closed to them.
View form a different angle.
Pick up one.
Updated 2020 Sep.