Arare refer to Japanese crisp rice crackers which are seasoned with soy sauce. Arare are smaller bite-sized versions of senbei, made from glutinous rice. Like Senbei, arare come in a variety of flavours and colours.

It is a Japanese traditional snacks consumed for over 1,200 years.

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