A Japanese chemist coined the term umami, and while it translates to "tasty," here in America it's used to describe savory flavors. According to Japan Crate, popular savory snacks in Japan include Mentaiko Chips and Cheetos Kyushu Soy Sauce. Even more unusual is Umakamon Mayonnaise snack. Japan Crate told us, "Believe it or not, mayo is a popular flavor in Japan and taste different than your typical Hellman's Mayo. Based on Kewpie, the flavor is a little creamier than what you'd expect." The bottom right is a fried noodle snack called Sobameshi. "If you like eating dry [instant] ramen, this is for you!" said Japan Crate.