Tokyo Treat | Monthly Subscription Box
The kind people from Tokyo Treat asked me to try their monthly subscription box. I love to try foreign candy so of course I couldn’t say no. The Tokyo Treat box is a monthly subscription box that comes to you once a month with all kinds of Japanese snacks and candy.
- 3 sizes: Small, Regular and Premium
- Contains: Small 5 – 7 / Regular 8 – 12 / Premium 13 – 17 different candy’s & snacks
- Delivered once a month
- Price: Small $14.99 / Regular $24.99 / Premium $34.99 a month
- Worldwide Free Shipping
The July Tokyo Treat Box contained
- Coconut Pocky
- Chocobi Chocolate Flavor
- Zhu-C Cider
- Nom-Nom Jelly Cola
- Sawabee Vinegar Flavored Chips
Regular (+ Contents of Small)
- Real-Grape Vine Gummy DIY Kit
- Tabekko Aquarium Biscuits
- Uranai-kko Bubble Gum
- Caramel Corn Tanabata
Premium (+ Contents of Small & Regular)
- Spicy Curry Ramune
- Animal Bread Cakes DIY Kit
- Lotte Pie No Mi BlueBerry
- Anpanman Gummies
Yay Pocky! Pocky is a very populair Japanese candy that is chocolate on a stick. This one was with Coconut flavour.
Like always it tasted really good, even though I’m not the biggest coconut fan that’s why I gave it a 3/5. It kind of reminds me of Bounty.
Chocobi Chocolate Flavor
Do you remember Shin Chan? He eats these chocolate biscuits in the Anime series.
These smell a bit weird but they taste like those chocolate puff cereal things with the monkey on it. I think these would taste amazing with some chocolate milk. They are a bit boring tasting to me.
These are tablet shaped candies with a Ramune flavour. They are the perfect on the go snack because they are nice and sweet are easy to trow in your bag. It is a bit fizzy in your mouth which I really like.
Nom-Nom Jelly Cola
I never had anything Jelly before and I’m really not a fan of the texture. The taste is really nice, kinda like those cola Calipo ice cream pops. But I really can’t get over the texture so it’s not for me.
Sawabee Vinegar Flavored Chips
I love these chips OMG! These have a really nice salt & vinegar flavour. The flavour is really in your face and I love that on chips. I would give these a 6/5 if I could haha. To bad there wasn’t that much in the bag.
Real-Grape Vine Gummy DIY Kit
I always love these little DIY kits. For this kit you get to make a little grape tree. The grapes will become gummy and you can put sprinkles over it. It tasted really sour which I love! To see more about how this candy works watch this youtube video.
Tabekko Aquarium Biscuits
These are chocolate biscuits in all kinds of fish shapes. But honestly I couldn’t find any that actually looked like a fish. They are suppose to be melt-free which is really nice in the summer. They taste really nice and have a rich chocolate taste.
Uranai-kko Bubble Gum
This little bubble gum box is actually a fortune telling box where you can pull one gum out and it says your fortune for that day. I love the idea of this but sadly I can’t read Japanese so I couldn’t read what was on the gum. The gum tastes like every other gum, not really a special flavour.
Caramel Corn Tanabata
I heart of this before and I think it’s really populair in america on Halloween? I might be wrong about that one though. I never had it before and it tastes sooo nice. I really think this is what caramel popcorn is suppose to taste like haha. It as a really strong caramel taste.
Spicy Curry Ramune (Special)
I really like Ramune but I’m not a person for spicy food so this really isn’t for me. If you like spicy food then you might like this.
Animal Bread Cakes DIY Kit
Another DIY Kit yay. With this kit you draw with two packets to make a little cake that you can then bake and eat. I think this is a really cute idea. To see more about how this candy works watch this youtube video. It was really cool to make.
Lotte Pie No Mi Blueberry
This kind of tastes like those sugary biscuit pretzels. It has a crunchy outside and cheesecake and blueberry filling. It’s like you are eating a cake on move.
Anpanman is a populair Japanese children anime. They are really fruity gummies nothing special.