At the Sumida Aquarium, I found "Deep Sea Omikuji Nori"! I actually purchased and tried it. The price is 760 yen per box (tax included).
Deep-sea Omikuji NoriShinkai Omikuji Nori is a seasoned laver with sea creatures and a fortune printed on it. When you take the nori out of the bottle, you can enjoy fortune-telling.
The first one I drew was, yay! Daikichi! Along with the illustration of a giant squid, there was a pun (?) on it that said, "I'm going to have a good time being a squid. It also says "I'm going to have a good luck with squid". Other lucky draws included a mendako (good luck), which means "menzies are your lucky item," and a giant flying squirrel (bad luck), which means "Insects are your lucky item.
Japanese dried seaweed is crispy, savory, and flavorful. Looks good with breakfast or in a bento! All of them have a fortune and sea creatures written on them, making them perfect for souvenirs. The simple package design makes this item an easy gift for adults and children alike.
If you see one of these "Shinkai Omikuji Nori" in the market, please pick one up. How about giving it as a gift to someone who loves sea creatures?