In fact, it takes a lot of time to make it.
First, rice is steamed, polished, stretched and dried. Then bake it one by one, apply soy sauce to the finish and it’s done. The taste of rice is packed in a simple texture. The Shimamura Senbei is still baked in the shop. You can see it baked in the morning and you can buy freshly made at noon. Even if it rains, it is close enough to go without getting wet.