Sakeru Cheese & Sakeru Gummy: Splittable Food
Sakeru Cheese (さけるチーズ) and Sakeru Gummy (さけるグミ) are treats that have become popular topics in recent years in Japan.
Sakeru Cheese is the brand name of a natural cheese product produced and sold by Yukijirushi Megmilk, available at most supermarkets.
Meanwhile, Sakeru Gummy is a new type of gummy candy from UHA Mikakuto, sold mainly in convenience stores. But what exactly are these?
Sakeru Cheese & Sakeru Gummy
If you know what the Japanese word Sakeru (さける) means, you can probably imagine what type of food Sakeru Cheese and Sakeru Gummy are.
Meaning of Sakeru
The Japanese meaning of Sakeru is splittable, and as the word suggests, you can effortlessly pull off strips vertically from the Sakeru Cheese stick with your hands.
As with the Sakeru string cheese, you can easily tear the Sakeru Gummy candy into strips along its ridges.
Sakeru Cheese and Sakeru Gummy are not just interesting and fun, but the former has a pleasant chew and a rich taste going well with beer.
On the other hand, the latter gummy sheet is fruity and yummy, making children excited and satisfied.