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Types of Furikake

Butter Potato
Butter Potato

Furikake French Fries (pronounced Furrrrr-ee-kokkkkkkyyyyy) if you say that 10 times fast. you might fart. Yes, it’s a real word. Furikake …

Garlic
Garlic

Furikake is a dry Japanese condiment meant to be sprinkled on top of rice. It typically consists of a mixture of dried and ground fish, sesame seeds, chopped seaweed, sugar, and salt. Outside Japan, furikake can be found in most Asian groceries (near the katsuobushi) or in the ethnic food aisle of some major supermarkets.

Hitsumabushi
Hitsumabushi

Furikake (振り掛け / ふりかけ) is a dry Japanese seasoning meant to be sprinkled on top of cooked rice, vegetables, and fish. It typically consists of a mixture of dried fish, sesame seeds, chopped seaweed, sugar, salt, and monosodium glutamate.

Kaki no Tane
Kaki no Tane

Kaki no Tane is classic Japanese rice crackers that look kind of like persimmon seeds, and that is also known as Kameda crisps or Kakipi.In fact, the snack name, Kaki no Tane (柿の種), literally...

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Shikuwasa
Shikuwasa

Furikake is a popular Japanese condiment used mainly as a seasoning for rice. There are dozens, if not hundreds of varieties of this stuff available and there are really no rules as to what they should be made up of.

Soba
Soba

Furikake rice seasoning is also a common feature in a bento lunch box, either already sprinkled onto the bed of rice that makes up a large part of most bento lunches, or kept in a separate little furikake shaker for the bento eater to sprinkle on themselves.

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Yakisoba
Yakisoba

Furikake rice seasoning is also a common feature in a bento lunch box, either already sprinkled onto the bed of rice that makes up a large part of most bento lunches, or kept in a separate little furikake shaker for the bento eater to sprinkle on themselves.

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