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November 28, 2018

Trying Japanese Candy and Snacks: Japan Candy Box Review and Unboxing Video

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Over the Thanksgiving break, the girls and I did a taste testing of Japan Candy Box, a candy and snack box straight from Tokyo with monthly packages filled with top authentic Japanese snacks and candies.


Now, I know you remember us reviewing the Kawaii Box which is also monthly boxes filled with cute items, but this Japan Candy Box we couldn't wait to sink our teeth into all the different kinds of tasty treats!


As a lot of you may know, my girls and I love Japanese culture.  We enjoy all the adorable Japanese merchandise, clothes, cuisines, and even snacks and candies.


As for the snacks and candies, we stock up on Japanese treats at our local anime stores and International aisles in grocery stores regularly.


Now, knowing there is a subscription box for Japanese snacks and candies, we can get our Japan treats right from the source, plus at a lower cost!


Did you know it costs more to purchase Japanese treats separately?  Yep, you're paying extra for the import cost to America, but with the Japan Candy Box, you're not spending those extra added on fees.


You can get the experience of trying out authentic popular Japanese snacks and candies that Japanese people eat in a curated monthly box with a starting price of $17.90/monthly with free shipping.


Each month is a theme, usually going by holidays.  And as you can see, the box we received was a Thanksgiving theme since it's Thanksgiving season.


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Check out what we got in our Japan Candy Box:




Meiji Gochi (Sour Plum Gummies)


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Kit Kat Cranberry (Almond Minibar)


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Osatsu Doki (Sweet Potato Chips- Apple Pie Flavor)


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Kanro Pure Gummy (Mixed Berry Flavor)


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Gudetama White Chocolate Bar


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Calbee Jagabee Osatsubee (Sweet Potato Chips)


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Bonchi Ponsuke (Arare Crackers)


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Bourbon Bit Chocolate Crunch


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Pine Sherbert Pero (Fun Dip Lollipop)


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Do you want to know what we thought about our treats?  Check out the unboxing video we did!  It's quite funny!






Would you like to join in on the fun of experiencing real Japan candies and snacks?  Check out Japan Candy Box!


Disclosure:  We were provided these cool Japanese snacks for free, all thoughts and opinions are our own.


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14 comments

  1. This is very interesting! I've tried some treats like candy from other countries, and it always intrigues me about places I've never been. My question is everything translated some way?

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    1. Yes, the pamphlet provided is translated of what each snacks are.

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  2. I love this so much! I'm a huge fan of trying food from other countries. I have to say, Japan really knows how to make a person want to buy their stuff.

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  3. I used to eat Arare Crackers non-stop as a child, and I have developed a huge obssession for Japanese snacks since then. It is great idea to get the treats with the candy box as I have no idea its more expensive to purchase each items seperately.

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    1. Yeah, you pay more separately. Getting these snacks in bulk is a better deal.

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  4. Oh. My. Goodness. I need to subscribe to this box... stat! I love Asian sweets and this box would totally be appreciated in my household!

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  5. Toni | Boulder Locavore11:26 AM

    Those look delicious! I love trying candies and treats from different countries!

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  6. Wow what a fun box! I would love to try this out. It all looks fun and exciting! - Jeanine

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  7. I haven't tried any candy subscription box before in my life! I have seen a couple but I'm too afraid to try it. That Kitkat Cranberry flavor sounds nice. Japan really produces unique and refreshing flavors to any food.

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    1. You should try it out Emmanuel, I think you would enjoy these snacks.

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