In Japan and Hawaii, we sometimes eat our rice with furikake. Traditionally, furikake are seasoned, dried condiments such as goma (sesame seeds), katsuo bushi (dried shaved bonito), nori (dried seaweed), aonori (dried green seaweed). Recently though, there have been flavored furikake such as kimchee (korean pickles), tamago (egg) and ebi-mayo (shrimp with mayonnaise).
Today, I saw this katsuo furikake in the supermarket and it looked so fresh and kind of fluffy! I had to get it.
It was so good on rice.