Yeah, Christmas time! It's perfect chance to write about snacks with... a snowman on its packaging ;) Traditional in some way, well known in many tastes and forms, associated deeply with Japan - rice crackers!
I took them as a gift from my mother. They were bought in Wroclaw, in shop called "Smaki świata" ("Tastes of the world" in word-by-word translation). They cost around 15PLN, but pack is kinda big (oh, okay, on first photo it's almost empty, but it took me 2 weeks to eat them all ^^').
Well... it's kinda usuall. Name of cookies wrote in kanji, snowman which looks kinda angry and transparent foil. Nothing special.
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NovelityRice crackers by BinBin are kinda popular. Even when Japanese friend Aki visited me, he told me these crackers are one of his favourite and he eats them very often in home. But here, in Poland, we don't have stuff like this.
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TasteWhat about the taste? Well... it's highly specific. There are people who like it, others don't. And to be honest... i'm in the second group (if we talk about sweet and salty crackers). I like hot crackers and crackers with nori very much, but classical ones are too strange for me. Even my coffee was salty because of these snacks...
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Merry christmas for all Japanese foodies! :)