Going nuts about wasabi nuts
You can get wasabi nuts supermarkets carrying Japanese products like Giant in Penang Plaza or Prangin Mall, Gama, Cold Storage at Gurney Plaza or Meijiya (previously known as Fujiya) a specialty shop located at Jalan Kelawei (beside a petrol station) selling various types of Japanese products.
Wasabi is Japanese horseradish. It's the green paste that's usually mixed in shoyu and taken with sushi. For beginners, please be careful... wasabi is known to be very spicy. It's not the hot chillies kind of spicy but a different type of spicy that kinda of hurt your nose. If you eat too much of it at one go, it'll make you feel like a dragon, you know... breathing fire through your nose.
But I like this stuff, it has a certain nice aroma and it's very Japanese. I always keep a tube of wasabi in my fridge incase it need it. You don't have to always eat it with sushi. You can try mixing it into mayonaise for a great dipping for fried foods...