Inside the store there is a very palpable sense of existence, this shop really is Edo Miyage. The main kind of ebisen has a light cherry blossom color, but other kinds of senbei include kinjo roll (containing shredded seaweed), shinagawa roll (wrapped in seaweed), kozakura (a cherry blossom-shaped soy sauce senbei), chakin (with green tea), onikozou (hard rice crackers), genroku (fried salty rice cake) or are senbei which might include rice grains, sesame seeds, and soy sauce. There are about 8 to 9 types, depending on the season. When you eat the ebisen, you will find that it has a light, crunchy food texture. The high-quality salt in the raw ingredient of shrimp comes from the shrimp itself, it is not added. Its pure flavor will take over your hands without you noticing it; one cracker after another will find its way to your mouth without ever stopping. The sheer variety of senbei, besides ebisen, gives you has a rich choice, you will never get tired of eating them, and you will end up finishing the whole box in one go. What on earth is the secret behind this amazing taste?