This snack is called “kinakobou”. “Kinako” means soybean powder. Usually “kinako” has some sugar. “kinakobou” is made from soybeans powder, sugar, salt and honey. Very simple!
This is one of the most popular snacks categorized in “dagashi”. “Dagashi” means snacks with cheap (or reasonable) price that even kids can buy them with their allowance.
I’m a “kinako” person and I like this natural taste very much!
Around 30-50 yen per package.
71.1 kcal per package.
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I got this at a shop called “okashinomachioka” specialized in snacks. I think we can get this anytime when we go there but I haven’t seen it at other shops.
The ratings above are completely my personal comments, see here for the details.
The materials may be changed in the future so please check yourself when you try it.
The nutritional indication.
Open the package.
There were 3 bars in a package.
View from a little side.
Pick up the one.
View from a different angle.
Cut in half.