Review: Namida no Waresen Mixed Rice crackers

Today's Snack review: 

Namida no Waresen Mixed Rice Crackers


Product Description:
The rice contained in this item are produced in Japan. The recommended 3 different flavors of the dough of Okaki (rice crackers), Gomasen, Mayonaise, and Senkaku, are hand-cracked each by each for its deep taste. No food additives are used.

What's my Say!?
I've recently went to Blue Table Afternoon Party and had many beautiful + delicacy food snacks. Namida no Waresen Mixed Rice Crackers is one of them. So yes, I've tried the samples before I bought it. And I have to say, I love Japanese Rice Crackers. This would be a bigger version for me to munch without keep tearing the smaller packets, good for a long movie or a short one too because the pack is sealable. The hand-cracked pieces may be hard (so it's not so good for elderly), and it can be quite a big piece for younger kids.

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Ingredient:
Glutinous rice, non-glutinous rice, soy sauce (soybean, wheat), rice oil, sugar, sesame, mayonnaise, starch syrup, sweet sake, starch, dried bonito, salt, powdered vinegar, egg yolk, mustard, chili pepper, yeast extract, kelp, shrimp, seaweed, dried sardine, shiitake mushroom

Good for Vegetarian / Halal?
No Halal Certificate but no Pork
Nope for Vegetarian

Origin:
Osaka Japan

Where I buy from?
Blue Table, Singapore

Price:
SGD$8.00

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