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Latest update: 19/10/2022 16:03:04

Yukiguniarare Co.,Ltd.

Since our foundation, we have stubbornly been committed to choosing ingredients and to putting quality first.

To highlight the flavor of the rice as much as possible, we manufacture our products without any additives.

Moreover, a new type of rice confectionery has recently become popular: okaki (rice crackers) with a texture soft as mochi.

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Snow Country Rice Crackers Y-B
1,080 yen (tax included), canned (volume: 60 g x 4 bags)

Characteristics: Biscuit-fired rice crackers made of pure, good sticky rice are given the flavors of shrimps and dried green seaweed and finished colorfully with roasted soybeans and baked kelp. With a well-balanced taste, these purely sticky crackers are recommended for all generations from children to elderly people. It comes not only in a canned type (560 g each), that is, we can also deliver these crackers in bags (120 g each) and in boxes (140 g each). 

Ingredients: Sticky rice (homegrown), soybeans (non-GMO), salt, kelp, dextrin, bonito extract, shrimps, green dried seaweed, kelp extract, processed starch, seasonings (such as amino acids), colorants (carminic acids, lac colorants, and carotenoids) (among the ingredients are shrimps, Pacific mackerel, and soybeans)

Other: This product is also popular among patients in hospitals with no appetite. Because of its nutrition balance close to that of our everyday meals, the product is recommended as a portable food supply for hiking and mountain-climbing. 

Production capacity: 3,000 cans per day
Gift Ryuto: 4 bags inside
2,160 yen (tax included), in boxes, (manufacturer's recommended price) (volume: 170 g x 4 bags, individually wrapped)

Characteristics: Called "ryuto" (a city of willows) since ancient times, the city of Niigata used to have willow trees all around its central district. A taste that may invoke your nostalgia for the good old days is completed in the form of a brand-new type of rice cracker. Mochi? Or okaki? Try its texture that you've never experienced before.

Ingredients: Sticky rice (produced in Niigata Prefecture), soy sauce (including wheat and soybeans), glutinous rice flour (produced in Thailand), isomalto-oligosaccharides, sugar, starch, fermented seasonings, protein hydrolysates (including soy beans), kelp, shiitake, seven-flavor chili pepper, trehalose, processed starch, seasonings (such as amino acids), caramel colorings, acidulants

How Ryuto is typically eaten:
(1) Eat them as they are.
(2) Place five or six pieces on a plate, top them with a slice of meltable cheese, and heat it a little in a microwave.
(3) Use them as a topping for ramen or soba.
(4) Roll them with seaweed to make "isobe maki."

Production capacity: 200 packages per day
Moist mochi, Ryuto
378 yen (tax included), bagged, (manufacturer's recommended price) (volume: 140 g, individually wrapped)

Characteristics: Called "ryuto" (a city of willows) since ancient times, the city of Niigata used to have willow trees all around its central district. A taste that may invoke your nostalgia for the good old days is completed in the form of a brand-new type of rice cracker. Mochi? Or okaki? Try its texture that you've never experienced before.

Ingredients: Sticky rice (produced in Niigata Prefecture), soy sauce (including wheat and soybeans), glutinous rice flour (produced in Thailand), isomalto-oligosaccharides, sugar, starch, fermented seasonings, protein hydrolysates (including soy beans), kelp, shiitake, seven-flavor chili pepper, trehalose, processed starch, seasonings (such as amino acids), caramel colorings, acidulants

How Ryuto is typically eaten:
(1) Eat them as they are.
(2) Place five or six pieces on a plate, top them with a slice of meltable cheese, and heat it a little in a microwave.
(3) Use them as a topping for ramen or soba.
(4) Roll them with seaweed to make "isobe maki."

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