Raku-ki has released a new portable food, supervised by top oxygen-free climber Hirofumi Konishi, that is perfect for mountain climbing. The name of the product is "Survival Senbei. ...The mixing of the words "survival" and "rice cracker" is not a very comfortable feeling. The sense of imminent crisis is awful.
RAKUKI is a rice cracker manufacturer located in Yamaguchi Prefecture that will celebrate its 60th anniversary next year. The company has been developing products in cooperation with farmers in Yamaguchi Prefecture. However, many farmers are now facing a situation where the selling price is still lower than the production cost, and income is dwindling and declining. Through various efforts based on this current situation, they have succeeded in developing the ultimate rice cracker, made only with rice and salt from Yamaguchi Prefecture.
The fact that brown rice is good for mountain climbing because it makes you hungry and matches the current situation here in Yamaguchi led to the naming of "Survival Senbei" (rice crackers for survival). I see, survival.... Those who purchase the product now will also receive an ID that will allow them to view a digest video of Konishi teaching about mountain climbing. This is a must-see for fans.
One of these survival crackers is so hard that on average, you can chew it 200 times! Chewing activates the cerebrum and improves concentration, and has been shown to be highly effective in improving academic performance and preventing aging, so it seems to be good for your health as well.
By the way, this survival rice cracker has a catchphrase, "The world's easiest to crack! is the catchphrase. It is intriguing to see how easy it is to crack, but I thought it would be sad if the crackers were shattered or even like brown rice when you eat them. I would be sad if it was shattered or like brown rice when I eat it. I would like to try this rice cracker, which is also a survival item to carry around, wouldn't you?