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'Ebi Senbei': Shrimp Crackers
Nishio city, Aichi Pref.

FOOD 2015 30 minutes Episode(s): 1 english Japanese
Ebi Senbei is a rice cracker made from rice with fresh shrimp. Nishio city is said to be the place this Ebi Senbei was first made. For almost 100 years, Ebi Senbei makers in Mikawa Isshiki Town have been developing their flavors and production process, while still keeping tradition in mind. The camera follows the history of Ebi Senbei and the producers' plans for the future of these savory crackers.

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