JR train….. Do you know what “JR” stands for? Answer at bottom.
Currently, these chips are being sold at my local 7-11 convenience stores. Each bag represents a different prefecture in Tohoku (Northern Honshu Island) and each flavor is a specialty of that particular prefecture.
Flavor: Ika Ninjin (Squid and Carrots)
Sendai Ushi no Aburiyaki Aji (Grilled Beef)
Flavor: Imoni (taro and meat stew)
Flavor: Shyottsuru Nabe (Fish stew)
Flavor: Ninniku Aji (Garlic Flavor)
By the way……JR (in the first photo) stand for “Japan Railway.”