If you love surprises, subscription boxes and Japanese snacks then you’re in for a treat, let’s explore some of Japan’s finest treats through Box from Japan. What is Box From Japan you ask? Well let me tell you, it is a monthly subscription box packed full of authentic Japanese goodies sent right to your door.
You can choose from three types of boxes, ‘Ninja’ ($13/month and five to six items), ‘Samurai’ ($23/month and 10-11 items) or the ‘Sumo’ box ($33/month and 15-16 items). They also offer a trial box which is a what I’m reviewing today, this option is a great way to get a feel of what they have to offer, the box contained 17 snacks including 1 DIY candy kit.
All prices included free international shipping and payments can be made by PayPal or any Credit Card. Their website is easy to navigate and is in both Spanish and English. They also send you a content sheet via pdf detailing the list of treats in your box.
Candy and Snacks are not the only thing they specialise in, they have a Ramen monthly subscription box which contains 4 bowls with chopsticks. An Iwako Erasers box (Japanese erasers) each month a new theme making it the perfect box for a collector. Last but not least they sell a Pocky box which contains 6 original flavours ideal for all you serious snackers out there.
This heart-shaped pie had a subtle sweet flavour, crispy on the outside heavenly on the inside.
Ramune Blue Hawaii
These fizzy blue Hawaiian flavoured tablets melt in your mouth and taste delightful, they’re packaged in a miniature plastic bottle and looks just like the iconic Ramune soda bottles.
Life Guard Soft Candy
This delicious soft candy stick is perfect for those who like the Energy Drink Lifeguard. Made by the same company, this soft chewy candy will kick-start your taste buds.
Country Maam Otonano Cocoa
Just like homemade cookies, slightly crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle, these rich cocoa cookies are very moreish.
You get nine deliciously baked bite sized chocolate cubes filled with strawberry cream.
Dragon Ball Seal Snack
These puffed salad flavoured snacks are mouth-watering, each packet also comes with a Dragon Ball super warrior sticker.
Just like a chameleon, these lollies change their color and flavour as you lick them.
Umaibo – Corn Potage
This puffy corn soup flavoured stick is a mix of savoury with a hint of sweet, it’s very enjoyable and can be addictive.
Ringo Ame Yasan
If you like your toffee apples then you will love these soft, full flavoured sweets that taste just like the real deal.
Super Mario Snack 1up Pizza
The star tastes like cheese and the mushroom tastes like tomato, eat them together and it tastes like pizza #mindblown
These salty pork, chicken and mushroom flavoured potato chips are exquisite, I give them a 10/10!
Puni Fuwa Shlawase Nikukyu Gumi Peach
These peach flavoured paw shaped gummies are soft, sweet and kawaii.
Fun colour changing chewing gum, tastes like grape and turns your tongue black.
Bo-Tsuki Candy Kitty
Peach flavored Hello Kitty lollipops, they’re super cute and super tasty.
Who will win? Each pack comes with a soda flavoured stretchy gummy, shaped like a fist. Ready to play Rock Paper Scissors?
Colorful Tsubu Candy
You’re never too old for popping candy, these sachets are the perfect size to satisfy a minor sweet craving.
I saved the best for last, if you’re new to Japanese do-it-yourself candy kits then you’re really going to dig this 🙂 The instructions are fairly simple and the packaging contains all the necessary items, including an instructional illustration on the back of the packet.
You combine water with the first sachet and stir, then add in the second sachet to create a sticky fluffy consistency. For the last step you dip your mixture into the rock candy and serve. Its sweet, fun and tastes like sour grape soda.
Hope you have enjoyed this unboxing, click here to find out more about Box From Japan.
*Disclosure: I received this box in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed and the choice to review is 100% my own!