Furikake means "dried food sprinkled over rice". This is something I and some other vegetarian friends use when we are on trip and don't have much choice on food. It gives visual and gustatory sparkles to plain rice. And it puts daisy-field-like joy in rice ball. Yeah.
According to a strict vegetarian Japanese friend, this is the only vegetarian furikake. This one has wakame, salt, sesame, ume, shiso, wheat flour, yeast extract, starch syrup, palm oil, amino acid, seasoning, red cabbage pigment, sodium acetate, sodium carbonate, and something that's not written in my dictionary (ミョウバン・myouban).