Here’s something I can guarantee you’ll never see in North America. Seaweed flavored Doritos! While seaweed flavored snacks are nothing rare in Japan, I’ve never seen it on a tortilla chip before. I have to say they were quite delicious.

nori doritos



Filed under Chips, Japan, Snacks

14 responses to “Nori

  1. When I first came to Japan and I couldn’t read anything, I tried Seaweed Potato Chips…I thought they were “Sour Cream and Onion”.
    I was quite surprised when I tasted them for the first time!

  2. Yeah, the bag in your photo shows a picture of のり seaweed…so even someone can’t read 「のり塩味」 (“Seaweed & Salt Taste”), they might be able to tell what it is.

    But the chips I ate when I first came here looked like:

    I didn’t like them then (because I was expecting Sour Cream & Onion), but I like 「のり塩味」 chips fine now.

    Do you like them?

  3. Maybe I shouldn’t have passed them up when I was at the 99 yen shop.

  4. I always find new products here.
    I can’t imagine how it tastes, so I should get it.

  5. Different subject…but are you gonna go to a famous Sendai Tanabata Festival next month?

  6. cuteandcurls

    Adds another new product on my list of MUST TRY chips 😀

  7. Hi,
    Thanks for posting this.
    I’ve subscribed to your blog and I’ll be checking it from time to time. No doubt you’ll help me discover some interesting things that I can use in my teaching.


    • Thanks for the comment Michael. I’m glad you’re enjoying ramblings. I noticed on your blog that you’re also an English teacher in Japan. It seems quite advanced. Your students must be really smart. I’m mostly teaching kindergarten kids so it’s all animals, colours and such for me.

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