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List of Japanese snacks

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List of Japanese snacks

Some Japanese snack foods

This is a list of Japanese snacks (お菓子 okashi). It includes both brand name and generic snacks.

Contents

  • Types 1
    • Bean 1.1
    • Bread 1.2
    • Candy 1.3
    • Chewing gum 1.4
    • Corn 1.5
    • Chocolate 1.6
    • Ice cream 1.7
    • Potato 1.8
    • Rice 1.9
    • Seafood 1.10
    • Insect 1.11
    • Street foods 1.12
    • Mixed and other 1.13
  • Producers 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Types

Bean

Edamame

Bread

Candy

Chewing gum

Corn

Chocolate

Ice cream

Green tea ice cream

Potato

Rice

Onigiri

Rice based snacks are known as beika (米菓).

Seafood

Insect

Street foods

Grilling yakitori

Mixed and other

Producers

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.glico.co.jp/ice/ice/panapp.htm

External links

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