List of Japanese snacks

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

Types[edit]

Anko, or sweet bean paste[edit]

Anko is a kind of sweet bean paste.[1] Anko is mainly eaten during the afternoon green tea time in Japan. School students eat it after school, at home.

Bean[edit]

Beans with salt are mainly taken with beer in the evening.

Bread/Wheat Flour[edit]

generic
brand

Candy[edit]

generic


brand

Cake[edit]

Chewing gum[edit]

Corn[edit]

Chocolate[edit]

generic
  • Matcha chocolate - chocolate containing matcha
brand

Ice cream & shaved ice[edit]

generic
brand

Potato[edit]

generic
brand

Rice[edit]

generic

Rice based snacks are known as beika (米菓).

brand

Seafood[edit]

Street foods[edit]

Grilling yakitori

Mixed and other[edit]

Producers[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]