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About Tokyo Treat:
TokyoTreat is a monthly Kawaii subscription box that includes a variety of popular Japanese snacks including dagashi snacks, anime snacks, Kinosei snacks, Kawaii snacks, Japanese candy, umaibo sticks, Glico snacks, Japanese drinks, and more! Good to know: Sign up by the 31st to get the next month’s box.
TokyoTreat offers two Japanese snacks subscription boxes to choose from, both include free worldwide shipping-
- TokyoTreat Classic Box – $25 per month contains 12 full size items including 4 popular Japanese snacks, 4 share packs, 2 Dagashi, 1 DIY candy kit, 1 Kinosei snack, and 1 Japanese candy guide booklet
- TokyoTreat Premium Box – $35 per month contains 17 full size items including 5 popular Japanese snacks, 1 party pack, 4 share packs, 3 Dagashi, 1 Anime snack, 1 DIY candy kit, 1 Kinosei snack, 1 Japanese drink (180-500ml) and 1 Japanese candy guide booklet
This review is for the March 2019 TokyoTreat Classic Box which includes 12 full size Japanese snacks for $25 per month with free worldwide shipping.
The Tokyo Treat March booklet includes a listing of all of the snacks you’ll get in either the classic Box or premium box. It also includes photos of some of the treats you’ll get and how to use them. The booklet also has a fun spring word search – which is perfect for my kids! You’ll also see photos of customers who are part of the Tokyo treat community.
Here’s all of the snacks in this month’s TokyoTreat box!
Bear Cub Gummies
These bear cub gummy gummies are actually a bit hard to chew. The lime flavor was okay, but I think these could have been better!
Exciting Animal Soft Candy DIY Kit
With this DIY soft candy kit you get to assemble your own animal shaped candies by matching strawberry and lemon lemon candies together. You get to mold the candy into super cute panda cat, rabbit, and bear shapes. All of the instructions are included and you get trays to mold your candy decorations. These have a lemon and strawberry taste! This was a fun candy to try!
Teriyaki Burger Who Mabel
This is a savory teriyaki burger snack smells and tastes like soy sauce and looks like a log. This snack wasn’t our favorite, but maybe they are an acquired taste!
Rice Puff Carrots
This carrot themed bag is filled with crunchy rice puffs that are both crunch and savory. I really love the cute carrot packaging and the rice puffs are really crunchy and delicious. They taste just like rice puffs that would make up a rice puff snack.
Split Pea Snack
The split pea snack is made by Calbee which I know from the shrimp sticks snacks that I usually buy at the Asian Market. This snack was crunchy and taste a lot like peas! So if you like peas, these would be a great salty snack for you! Tokyo Treat included four bags in this month’s box.
Ramue candy is apparently very popular in Japan and TokyoTreat included a bottle of these candies in this month’s box. These candies are white and blue and smell like lemon. They taste like a great combination of sweet fruits smashed together in one candy. They are really good! I love this super cute packaging of the bottle too!
Pokémon Sun and Moon Cookies
These are chocolate cookies embedded with chocolate morsels. Since my kids are huge Pokémon fans, they we’re super excited to try these cookies! While my boys loved the Pokémon theme, we thought they had a little too much cocoa.
Pineapple Candy Gummies
These pineapple candy gummy’s Have a really sweet pineapple a flavor and the packaging is super adorable. The pineapple theme helps get you in mood for warmer weather.
Pea Stick Snack
These pea sticks snacks taste like real peas and are a nice salty crunchy snack. We thought these tasted like frozen peas and tasted better than the split pea snack.
I had high hopes for this month’s Tokyo Treat box, but unfortunately, I only liked half of the snacks though it was nice to try sweet and salty snacks that you can only get in Japan. One thing I would’ve included in the box would be an allergen list, since there are peanut and gluten allergies in my house. If you are into Japanese culture and want to snack adventurously, Tokyo Treat may be the box for you!
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