Kaki no Tane Kakipi Umeboshi
Kakipi are one of the most common snacks in Japan and they are super tasty! Kaki is the Japanese word for persimmon, but despite the name, kakipi do not contain any fruit. The color of the orange rice crackers is similar to that of persimmons. The word 'pi' comes from the first syllable of the word peanut. Put them together and what do you got? KAKI-PI
This pickled plum flavored savory treat is perfect for movie or TV show snacking. Settle down with your favorite anime and try one of the most popular snacks in Japan.
Every package contains six smaller packages that you can eat at home or take on the go!
- six individually wrapped packages of delicious peanut and rice crackers (200g in all)
- this snack was produced in a facility which also produces milk/dairy and shrimp products