The easiest Japanese dish is rice with some kind of seasoning sprinkled over it. The Japanese call these "furikake" and there's no cook or homemaker in Japan who doesn't keep a few different flavors of the flakes in their cabinets. Among them, the Kikkoman Saku-Saku Crispy Soy Sauce Seasoning stands out since it brings to the table (literally) one of the most common flavors of Japanese cuisine, soy, in a form that you can actually chew on!
Real soy mixed with garlic makes these flakes the ideal complement not only to rice but to almost any dish! From a simple salad to fish, meat, chicken, or noodles, the Kikkoman Saku-Saku Crispy Soy Seasoning adds flavor and texture, and allows you to create unique gastronomic masterpieces that will say "Japan" even if they never appeared (yet) on the menu of a Tokyo izakaya tavern.
The Kikkoman Saku-Saku Crispy Soy Sauce Seasoning features: