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Co., Ltd. Onishi
4-31 Sangenya-cho, Onomichi City, Hiroshima, Japan

Category: Side dish
Raw Materials: chicken, soybean oil, salt, garlic, seasoning (amino acids, etc.)

Best-Before Date: 120 days in a cool, dark place

Onishi-Broiler


The TV program said that Onishi's "Tebasaki-Broiler" is popular among children in Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture. The broiler placed on the front of a dagashi shop is a super high-end item (105 yen) in a dagashi shop, but the kids are happy to choose it. It's a little hard and crunchy, and it's best to eat it as if you're sucking on it...

Then, when you grow up, you find the broiler by the register at the liquor store and naturally buy 5 or 6 of them as a snack. No, when you hear that much, you want to eat it, don't you?


I opened the package and thought, "Aha! That's because it was unexpectedly small. I've seen children eating on TV, and this seems to have dulled my sense of size (or rather, my illusion).

When I sniffed the smell, it had a faint smell like sweets or fried chicken. This is unexpectedly hard when you put on your head. It feels just like the legs of a squid in a candy store. As I patiently chewed it, the flavor gradually increased, and it stayed in my mouth for a while and did not disappear easily. At first glance, it looks like a thick taste, but it's not; it's surprisingly light and healthy. Also, the attraction of sucking the dried meat that has stuck to the bones is one of the real pleasures.

If anything, it might be soul food (strangers don't think anything of it).
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/06/04