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

Types

Anko, or sweet bean paste

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

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

Bread/Wheat Flour

generic
brand

Candy

generic
brand

Cake

Chewing gum

Corn

Chocolate

generic
brand

Ice cream & shaved ice

generic
brand

Potato

generic
brand

Rice

generic

Rice based snacks are known as beika (米菓).

See also: Wagashi

brand

Seafood

Street foods

Grilling yakitori
Grilling yakitori

Mixed and other

Producers

See also

References

  1. ^ "How to Make Anko (Red Bean Paste) 餡子". 10 March 2020.
  2. ^ Stanlaw, James. Japanese English: Language and Culture Contact, page 201. Hong Kong University Press. Hong Kong.
  3. ^ "アイス | 【公式】江崎グリコ(Glico)".