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Japanese candy shop? Where to get?

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Japanese candy shop? Where to get?

I’ve been eating candy a lot, something I missed out on when I was bodybuilding before. Now I can pretty much eat anything I want. Finally ate a ton of asian candy/chocolate/chips. And random asian baked goods too. I completely forgot about all this stuff.

Just wondering, is there a place for Japanese candy/snacks you can’t find at chinese grocery’s like t&t? Or is there a chinese grocery store that has alll of them?

Also any reccomentations would be good.

I’ve just been eating the stuff at t&t but I’ve ran out of options to try.
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If you are downtown, there are a couple of Japanese shops around the corner on Baldwin and Spadina.
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Raggie wrote: If you are downtown, there are a couple of Japanese shops around the corner on Baldwin and Spadina.
Im never downtown really.
But I’ll end up there sooner or later! I’ll be sure to remember

Maybe I’ll make the trip so I can grab some krispy Krefeld donuts on the way. Although everytime I buy donuts now they melt in the car fairly quickly. Bummer

chinesedevil wrote: Try JTown?
Interesting, I never heard of that
I’ll google it and check it out whenever I go downtown
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toronto19850 wrote: Interesting, I never heard of that
I’ll google it and check it out whenever I go downtown
It's actually in Markham on Steeles between Victoria Park/Woodbine Ave.
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Go to ding dong grocery. One in Kensington market and one in Pacific mall.


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Pacific mall has a few shops with Japanese snacks

There is a small shop near Yonge/Finch near Chatime.

There is a shop with asian snacks in that circle of shops near Nortown (where Wiki Star and Share Tea)

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In general I think most big Chinese grocery stores carry a good selection of Japanese snacks. The specialty shops are often more expensive, but have more selections. If you just want "basic" snacks like matcha kitkat, a lot of grocery stores carry that. The other place I would check out would be Korean supermarkets. A lot of Korean stores also carry Japanese snacks.

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