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|Place of origin||Japan|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour, vegetable oil, starch, shrimp, sugar|
The primary ingredients of Kappa Ebisen are wheat flour, vegetable oil, starch, shrimp, sugar, salt, baking powder, amino acid and sweetening.
Kappa Ebisen was first produced and sold by Calbee in 1964 and has gained wide popularity among Japanese consumers as a snack food. Its simplicity makes it a popular snack in many settings, and is often a popular choice for karaoke or as a bar snack.
A similar product called Saewoo Kkang (새우깡) in South Korea has been produced by Nongshim in South Korea since 1971 without permission of Calbee.