Kaki no tane
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|Alternative names||Kaki-peanuts, Kaki-pi|
|Place of origin||Japan|
|Region or state||Niigata|
Kaki no tane or Kaki-pi are a common snack in Japan. The two elements of Kaki-pi are kaki-no-tane (柿の種), small crescent-shaped fragments of senbei (soy-flavored rice crisps), and peanuts. They are often consumed with beer and are sometimes a bar snack. Kaki-pi has several different types of flavors, such as wasabi, pepper, amongst others. The name comes from the fact that the pieces of senbei look like a seed (種 tane) of the persimmon (柿 kaki). The "pi" (pronounced as "pea") is an abbreviation of ピーナッツ piinattsu, or "peanuts".
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