Mire (pronounced as “me-ray”) is a classic Japanese biscuit that features the same plain flavor as its original ingredients. Enjoy the good old-fashioned taste of “majime na okashi (the earnest snack)” as described on its package.
These biscuits are round, made with simple ingredients, and are seasoned with natural solar salt. Mire biscuits are fried in oil that has been used to fry beans, which also gives them a pleasant aroma and nostalgic taste.
The biscuits themselves are sweet, but after frying they’ve been lightly salted. The balance of sweetness and saltiness, and their great fried flavor make these biscuits very addictive. Once you start eating them, you can’t stop!
If you’re looking for a light afternoon snack, these biscuits pair perfectly with a cup of coffee. This product contains around 16.9 oz of Mire biscuits. Each pack comes with 16 small bags, each including 30g of biscuits.
Fun fact: the mascot of Mire was designed by Takashi Yanase, a Japanese cartoonist who is the creator of Japan’s most beloved children’s character Anpanman.
- Net contents: 480g / 16.9 oz (30g × 16 bags)
- Main ingredients: Flour, sugar, shortening, glucose, salt, vegetable oil
- Nutrition facts (per 100g): Energy 542kcal, protein 5.5g, fat 29.3g, carbohydrate 64.0g, sodium 0.6g
- Potential allergens: Wheat, soybean
- Made in Japan