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I enjoy mixed wheat crackers here in NYC from the Hadson Toko Trading Co. similar to http://taquitos.snacktacular.com/snac.... Where I buy them they are called Aji Yose.

It's several types of crackers, some sweet, some a bit spicy. However, i don't really know if they exist in Japan and/or what they are truly called. I'm hoping to find some when I go next week, but don't have a clue where to look.

Are these authentic and what are they called?

Thanks!

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  1. The link doesn't show what you are talking about. Could you post a photo or a link to a photo?

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    1. re: Tripeler

      Sorry, I didn't realize the link forwarded you back to the front page. Here is a direct link to the picture: http://www.taquitos.net/dbimages13/Ni...

    2. You can find that kind of stuff all over the place- i.e. supermarkets, convenience stores, etc. There's all types, including the one pictured and there's usually a whole section dedicated to sembei. You can try "depa-chika" food markets under the department stores at major train stations as well.

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      1. re: Silverjay

        Rockstar! Thank you very much. I can only find these at one place here in NYc so to be able to indulge myself regularly will be awesome.