TokyoTreat Japanese Snacks Unboxing Part 2

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We were given these snacks to give our honest opinions.

Hey Yall!  Welcome to another edition of us trying out Japanese snacks.  Remember our first review of TokyoTreat and how much fun the girls and I had trying out all those candies and snacks?  Well, the good folks over at TokyoTreat enjoyed our review and sent us another package, their February subscription box.  Yay!

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As a reminder, this is how TokyoTreat works:

Each month TokyoTreat ships tasty Japanese candies and snacks from Japan right to your doorstep.

You have three subscription options to choose from:

1. Small- 5-7 Full-size Japanese candy and snacks ($14.99)

2. Regular- 8-12 Full-size Japanese candy and snacks and 1 DIY candy kit ($24.99)

3. Premium- 13-17 Full-size Japanese candy and snacks, 1 DIY candy kit, 1 Drink, and 1 Special item (i.e. drink, premium DIY, high-quality Gachapon toy) ($34.99)

Since we enjoyed our last box of goodies, I was going to subscribe and still will, but held off since we received another box to review.  I told my girls about reviewing another TokyoTreat box, and they were thrilled, they could hardly contain themselves!

The girls kept harassing me about when is the box coming.  I told them to chill out; it'll come, remember, it's coming from Japan!  But days turned into weeks, then a month of the box not arriving at our house.  Hmm...something seems wrong.  Did someone steal it off our porch?  Did the Feds think it was something illegal and had the shipment blocked?  So many thoughts were going through my mind.

But guess what!  It has been sitting in the post office for several weeks; since I wasn't home to sign for it, it was returned to the post office for me to sign there and pick up.  Glad it wasn't returned to Japan, that would've sucked, and I would've had disappointed young ladies.

The girls wanted to eat all the snacks at one sitting again.  Umm, no!  My stomach is not having it this time; it's like it was fighting with me the last time, and was all kinds of mad with me.  I felt sick eating all those sweets; I way over did it!  So we broke it down to 3 days of trying these candies and snacks, check out our thoughts below.

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1. Pocky Fleck: Strawberry Heart Full

Lauren: Taste like a strawberry ice cream.

Michelle: I love it a lot!

Lou: Heart shape sticks that taste like strawberry yogurt.  Pocky is my girls favorite snack, and I knew we would like these.  Pocky has been growing in popularity; I've been finding them sold in stores, like Costco.  

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2. String Candy: Grape and Muscat Taste

Lauren:  Taste just like a Sweet Tart.

Michelle: It's sweet and delicious.

Lou: Chewy string that you can twist, tie, curl, cut, link, and braid.  Taste very tangy and sweet.  Love this!  

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3. Looks: Two Types of Strawberry

Lauren: Taste like chocolate with strawberry jelly inside.

Michelle: I don't like the foamy stuff inside.

Lou: Taste like a chocolate coated strawberry.  The strawberry filling taste good, with a jelly-like texture.

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4. Kiki and Lala: Strawberry Crunch

Lauren: Taste like a strawberry rice crispy treat with mini candies in it.

Michelle: It reminds me of a rice crispy treat.

Lou: Taste like a strawberry rice crispy treat.  I like it, but wish it came in a bigger size.

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5. Lotte Koume Soft Candy

Lauren: Taste like ginger and lemon.

Michelle: Taste like ginger, but less spicy.  Bad aftertaste!

Lou: Texture is chewy with a ginger and lemon taste.  This candy is a bit odd to me.

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6. Grain Gummy

Lauren: Taste very chewy and yummy.

Michelle: I like it, but inside feels weird on my tongue. 

Lou: Texture, when it's chewy, is odd, tough, and kind of hard to dissolve.  Flavor is sweet and tangy.

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7. Nagewa Mentai Mayo Flavor

Lauren:  It's like eating flavored soup that's shaped like a ring.

Michelle:  Taste like Ramen Noodles.

Lou: Taste like curry.  I don't like it. 

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8.  Princess's Lost Treasure

Lauren: Taste like it has jelly in it.

Michelle: Taste like a cookie.

Lou: Taste like a Fig Newton.  Dislike!

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9. Fujiya Peko Poco Chocolate

Lauren: Taste like white chocolate.

Michelle: To me, it tastes like both white and dark chocolate.

Lou: Taste like a Hershey Chocolate bar.

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10. Dontaco's Chili Tacos Flavored Chip

Lauren: Taste just like a taco.  And it's spicy!  I NEED WATER!!!!!

Michelle: Too spicy!  Reminds me of Doritos.

Lou: Spicy and taste like tacos.  You need water eating these, will have your mouth on fire!

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11. Kracie's Mr. Fun Bakery

Lauren: Doesn't taste like ice cream, but still good.

Michelle: I love it a lot!  My favorite out of all the snacks I've tried.

Lou: A DIY kit that you can make candy ice cream tart, and cake.  Fun for the girls, however, it's messy to make.  Has a soft mellow flavor. 

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12. Collis Strange Gum 2

Lauren: Taste sweet, my favorite flavor is lemon.

Michelle: I'm surprised how good it taste.  Green is my favorite.

Lou: Pull-apart gum that flavor fades away within seconds of chewing.

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13. Sweet Red Bean Soup

Lauren: Taste like sweet beans.  I like it!

Michelle: Taste terrible!  I poured it out!

Lou: Taste like sweet red beans.  Gross!  Looks nothing like the picture on the can.

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Also included in the box was one set of chopsticks.  The girls fought on who gets to have it, and I made myself the winner because I didn't want one of my daughters being upset.  I do not know how to use chopsticks, I tried and failed miserably, so these chopsticks will be collecting dust in one of my kitchen drawers until I find some more so both Lauren and Michelle have one.

Good times were had with this box, love tasting snacks from a different country, helps us learn what other cultures like to snack on.

Now excuse me while I go chug down several gallons of water.

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  1. My daughter would have a blast with this stuff! If only she could fix that attitude, I'd buy it! Lol

    1. ROTFLMAO!!!! My girls be having their attitudes too. I feel your pain.

  2. My kid would love to get these in the mail. He loves Asian culture.

  3. Seems like great snacks,it is nice to read the review of both your daughters too...

    1. My daughters love to give their opinions on my blog.

  4. Interesting box, we don't eat a lot of sweets but I remember when Malik was younger he was always in the candy dish!

  5. Have seen a few of these items in the store, always wondered how they tasted! Thanks for the info! #productreview

  6. What a fun idea to do with your family! Great review!

  7. Those look really interesting. I think I would be a little scared to try them though. #ProductReviewParty

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