Updated: April 15, 2019
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Wasabi Peas: The Most Addicting Japanese Snack!

If you are looking for some stimulating snacks, "wasabi peas" is our recommendation. Yet wasabi peas are just simply dried green peas with wasabi flavored coating, they are quite addictive. Once you try a piece, you will be grabbing another piece. This post will not only introduce wasabi peas but also post some other wasabi snacks.

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Wasabi Mame(わさび豆): Wasabi peas

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"Wasabi mame" is a well known popular snack in Japan. They are simply dried green peas covered with spicy wasabi coating.

The most common product is green peas but sometimes dried beans are used instead.

As you might already know, wasabi is very healthy and also gives you some fresh taste. Eating a piece of wasabi peas, you can easily enjoy both of these features at once. Wasabi peas are very addictive. You just can't stop once you have started.

Wasabi peas match best with Japanese sake!

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Easy to imagine, spicy wasabi peas go fine with some Japanese sake! If you love some Japanese sake, why not try some wasabi peas as an appetizer?

Other wasabi flavored snacks

Wasabeef(わさびーふ): Wasabi-beef flavor potato chips

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Wasabeef is a unique wasabi flavoured potato chips. Their original flavour has many big fans. The thick beefy taste and little spiciness and freshness of wasabi are worth a try.

Kaki no tane(柿の種): Wasabi flavor rice snacks

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You can probably find "Kaki no tane" in every house. Their original flavor is soy sauce, though they offer wasabi flavor too. The crunchy snack is just so unstoppable!

Wasabi nori taro(わさびのり太郎): Wasabi seaweed snacks

Wasabi nori taro is a kind of Dagashi, snacks for children. The unique chewy texture and the strong taste of wasabi and nori seaweed are just so refreshing!

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Quite sure I'm a Ramen freak. Almost up to 200ramens in 2017. Not only ramens but also love to eat around and drink around.

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