Welcome to the Asianati Snack Shack!

Asianati Staff

Oct 11, 2022

Asianati Snack Shack

As you enter the Asianati Night Market at BLINK Cincinnati from Oct 13-16, make sure you visit the Asianati Snack Shack if you're feeling munchy. We will be selling our staff recommended snacks from around Asia representing various countries and cultures. Checkout the list of items below with its description as you visit the Snack Shack:

Assortment deal: 10 $1 items for $8, or Try Everything 18 Items for $20


Big Roll Grilled Seaweed Roll (Tao Kae Noi): $1 for two pieces


Recommended by: Sandy (Outreach Coordinator)

The Big roll grilled seaweed was designed to be a portable and healthy snack that is fun to eat. Laver seaweed is rolled before being slowly roasted and seasoned with bold flavors to make a savory and crisp snack. It's also nutritional as an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, and protein!

Dried Mango (Philippine Brand): $3 per pack


Recommended by: Lam (Public Relations)

As one of the dried fruit favorites, these dried mangos are sweet, chewy, and retain the flavor of the fresh fruit. These dried mangos also contain high fiber content, which is what gives the mango its very chewy texture. The combination of its taste and the texture makes this treat addictive to munch on.

Hi-Chew (Morinaga): $3 per pack

Flavors: Acai, Banana, Grape, Green Apple, Kiwi, Mango, Strawberry, Watermelon


Recommended by: Sam (Social Media Manager)

A soft candy with a long-lasting, chewy texture with an assortment of fruity flavors to choose from, In addition to the classic flavors of apple, strawberry, and grape, we brought new must try flavors like acai, kiwi, and watermelon!

Kit Kat (Nestle): $1 per piece, or 6 for $5

Flavors: Matcha Green Tea, Pudding, Mint, Strawberry, Salted White Chocolate


Recommended by: Chloe (Outreach Coordinator)

Although Kit Kat is a globally known chocolate brand, did you know that there are more than 200 seasonal and regional flavors of Kit Kat bars only produced in Japan? We brought a few of those exclusive flavors so you can try them out!

Koala's March (Lotte): $3 per pack


Recommended by: Koji (Co-founder)

Koala's March from Lotte are delicious biscuits from Japan, featuring cute koalas doing a variety of different activities. Inside the crunchy outer biscuit shell you will find a creamy chocolate fondant filling. The packaging is adorable, making a lovely gift or a special treat for yourself or your friends / family!

Pocky (Glico): $3 per pack

Flavors: Chocolate, Chocolate Banana, Matcha Green Tea, Strawberry


Recommended by: Sam (Social Media Manager)

A chocolate covered biscuit stick that offers the perfect balance of creamy chocolate and a crunch of biscuit. It's an easy to share snack that can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere with friends and family. Pro tip: eat it with ice cream to double the satisfaction!

Sachima: $1 for two pieces, or $2 for five pieces


Recommended by: Sandy (Outreach Coordinator)

Sachima is a sweet snack in Chinese cuisine made of fluffy strands of fried batter bound together with sugar syrup. You can somewhat compare this popular snack to Rice Krispies Treats, but softer. It originated in Manchuria and is now popular throughout China and Asia as a household item.

Tteokbokki Chips (Cosmos): $3 per pack


Recommended by: JP (Editor/Photographer)

Tteokbokki is a staple dish in Korea that is made of rice cakes covered in spicy sauce. This snack will satisfy your cravings if you can't get them right away! Made with Gochujang (Korean chili paste) flavor, each crunchy bite is sweet, tangy, with a little spicy tingle!

Umaibo (Yaokin): $1 for two pieces, or $2 for five pieces


Recommended by: Sarah (Operations Coordinator)

Umaibo, or "delicious stick" in Japanese is a small cylindrical puffed corn snack. There are 17 flavors available, including savory flavors, such as salad, teriyaki, pizza, or sweet flavors like cocoa, caramel, and chocolate. Try our original corn flavor and you'll be amazed.

Yan Yan (Meiji) $2 per pack


Recommended by: Sarah (Operations Coordinator)

This is a fun Japanese snack from the famous Japanese chocolate maker Meiji. It comes in a package with two compartments; one with biscuit sticks, and the other with a chocolate frosting used for dipping. You can dip the crackers into the chocolate frosting to get the right amount of chocolatiness to your liking!