Located in the traditional district of Asakusa and and a two minute walk from Sendagi station, this small family-run business has been selling sense (rice cracker) for over a hundred years. The rice crackers come in several flavors, including shoyu (soy sauce), sugar, matcha (Japanese green tea) and chilli. Though light, they are packed with flavor and offer a satisfying crunch. Unlike most traditional round-shaped senbei, the rice cracker sold at this shop are square-shaped. They all sell bite-sized senbei in packages, which make for tasty souvenirs. Each costs around fifty yen and make for a great, light and healthy snack.