To add spice to Japanese traditional rice crackers fare, wasps was used up to five to six pieces per piece. Not only it is visible to your eyes only but can be eaten as well. However, young guys refuse to eat the bug but not to the seniors who love them and even has an order from a nursing home.

It was reported, along with the waspish scent, the crackers were said to be slightly more oil than the traditional soy sauce flavoured ones. “It’s hard to explain and you really just have to taste it yourself.”

Taste or catch it while you can for it is a limited edition rice crackers due its seasonal harvesting as well as to retain its optimum flavour.