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Wasabi and Tarako Flavored Ritz Only for Japan

  • 22
  • 05
  • 2016

This could be taken in either of two ways, unique or weird. But also, those who are familiar with the internet are also familiar with the “unique” things Japan comes up with.

Today we bring you the Wasabi & Cheddar and Tarako & Cream Cheese Japanese Ritz, developed by Nabisco Japan.

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As weird as that may sound, according to the user Master Blaster of RocketNews24, they are actually quite a treat.

Both boxes are surprisingly aesthetical, as they have synchronized packaging that tempts the consumer to buy both boxes just so it looks good on the kitchen counter or maybe in your room if you don’t like to share your treats.

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Just for some that might not be familiar with Tarako, it is a type of salted fish roe which is very popular in Japan.

The combination of Tarako & Cream Cheese should give a marine kick in your mouth with the cheese taste taking over. You could turn into a fan of this flavor if you like seafood without an overwhelming sensation of saltiness.

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It’s now the turn of Wasabi & Cheddar. If you’ve tried wasabi before, you know it’s quite a burn. The cracker resembles that exact burn but soothed by the creamy cheddar and perfect texture of the Ritz cracker.

Unfortunately, the split between the local and Nabisco snacks brand is forcing production of the Ritz to take place in Indonesia, making the extravagant flavors such as the ones mentioned above a hard to reach goal.

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