I recieved a #TokyoTreat subscription box in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
When the orange box with the international mail sticker arrives, it’s time for a Tokyo Treat unboxing. One of the most unique subscription boxes, it gives my kiddos a glimpse into life within another culture. They love manga and the treats that arrive in Tokyo Treat are ones only available on the streets of Japan.
Tokyo Treat is filled with new flavor profiles. It is packaged awesomely.
A monthly food subscription box service that sends snacks and candies directly from Japan.
Tokyo Treat offers three different options for subscription:
same as the small PLUS 3-5 MORE items
Same as the small, regular, PLUS 4-6 more items
- DIY kit
- special item
The prices all include shipping!
Our Tokyo Treat box is their anniversary box and Miss M couldn’t wait to share it with our neighbor!
The booklet also gives my children insight on how things are a done a little differently in Japan–the booklet reads “backward” from Western culture. It opens from the left side and pages are turned left to right.
Here’s what’s included in the April Tokyo Treat Box-in random order:
- Meiji’s Pucca Chocolate Crunchy Panda Z: Crunchy and slightly sweet dark chocolate panda shaped cookies.
- Meiji Plum Pati-Chan: Think of these as plum flavored Pop Rocks.
- Raw Ramune Candy: The girls had fun trying this. It tastes like cola.
- Karamucho Hot Chili Flavored Chips: Move over Taki’s there’s a new spicy chip!
- Baby Star Yakisoba Sauce Flavor: Salty and savory dry noodles.
- Chocolate Flour & Green Tea Flavored Mochi:
- Lotte’s Koala March (Seasonal) – Custard Pudding Flavor: If you like caramel flan, this is for you.
- Carrot Chopped Rice Cake: Crunchy rice cakes.
- Wasabi Grilled Seaweed: The mom ate all these.
- Baby Star Bonito Kelp Udon: The kiddos thought this was the most unique flavor of ramen.
- Special item! Sakura Pepsi: This was Miss M’s favorite. I thought it was like Pepsi Clear with the flavor of Sakura blossom cherries.
- Special item! Doraemon x Hello Kitty coin purse: Probably Japan’s most favorite kitty–Hello Kitty!
- Chocolate Monaca: Crispy cookie with a chocolate filling.
- Calbee BBQ Flavored Sapporo Potato Snacks: The smell of curry made these not so appetizing at our house.The range of snacks in incredible and it was fun to try new flavors. The Anniversary theme is fun and well carried out. There is a good mix of sweet and savory, making this a box for anyone’s taste!Check out the Tokyo Treat site to order Your #TokyoTreat box, sign up for a subscription, enter FOREVER5 at check out and save $5 on every subscription box you purchase.