Osakamon Rice Crackers



AMIDAIKE DAIKOKU
rice cracker shop
since 1805

Awa Okoshi
(rice cracker)

Iwa Okoshi
(hard rice cracker)

Fuku-no Hana
(assortment of four flavours: peanut, vanilla, almond, ginger)

Fuku Okoshi
(rice cracker with peanuts)


AWAGEN
rice cracker shop
since 1950

Wayô
(modern-style cracker with coffee cream)

Iwa Okoshi
(hard rice cracker)

Awa Okoshi
(rice cracker)


BAISENDO
rice cracker shop since mid-18th century

Tengu Iwatsuka Okoshi
(hard rice cracker)

Tengu Awatsuka Okoshi
(rice cracker)

Naniwa-Sugata
(peanuts, chocolate, sesame and ginger, green tea)

Takonosuke
(takoyaki-shaped cracker)


BUNRAKU SENBEI
confectionery affiliated with bunraku puppet theatre since 1940s

Bunraku Senbei
(rice biscuit branded with bunraku marks)


EBISU DAIKOKU
Japanese confectionery since 1927

Awa Okoshi
(rice cracker)

Iwa Okoshi
(hard rice cracker)

Awa Okoshi Itabako
(box of small-sized rice crackers)

Naniwa Okoshi
(assorted rice crackers)

ACCESS INFO

Sold at airports and retailers around Ôsaka.


Ebisu Daikoku's Website (Japanese)



HARIHIKO
senbei shop since 1849

Sato-no Ka
(vegitable rice biscuit)

Tamago Senbei
(egg rice biscuit: seasonal)


INOICHI
charcoal-grilled senbei shop since 1935

Teyaki-no Ka
(rice cracker)


NUNOICHIYA
senbei shop since 1926

Katayaki Senbei
(hard rice cracker)

ACCESS INFO

Kawachi Area Map


OKABE SEIKA
Japanese sweet snack karintô maker since 1929

Komidori
(sesame)

Kuro Karinto
(black sugar)

Okonomi Karinto
(assortment)

Sasa Karinto
(spiral-shaped)

Komachi Karinto
(sesame)

Iso Shibuki
(seaweed)

Shôga Karinto
(ginger)

Matcha Karinto
(green tea)

Chikutan Karinto
(bamboo charcoal)

Kabocha Karinto
(pumpkin)

Sakura Karinto
(seasonal: spring only)

Akinoji Karinto
(seasonal: autumn only)

Choco-rinto
(with chocolate)

ACCESS INFO

Sold at retailers and sweet shops around Kinki Region.


Okabe Seika's Website (Japanese)