22 Oct Japan Candy Box September 2015 Review & Unboxing !!
I am posting very less these days because I just don’t have enough time in the day! Lol… I will start updating my blog more very soon.
All right, so if you all read my Subscription Box Reviews, you will know how much I LOOOOOOVE Kawaii Box, the cutest Japanese Subscription that delivers bundles of sweet snacks/candies, stationery items, cute toys, and accessories. Weeeeelll, there is a happy news for you. Kawaii Box has launched a sister site named Japan Candy Box by Blippo, which is all about delicious candies and chocolates from Japan or Korea.
I knew that I badly wanted to review one of these boxes being a subscription box addict. I had been obsessed with those Green Tea Kit Kats and Gummies that I received from other Japanese Snack Boxes. OMG, let me tell you, The Japanese Candies are soooo damn delicious. *wink*
The generous and lovely team at Japan candy box have kindly sent me a box to review and show you girlies! Here’s your chance to get a sneak peek of the Japan Candy Box September 2015 and all the candy packs I got to munch in and get a sugar high. I gulped in them all at once and it was so worth. Mmmm…… I will say that was a melting magic in the mouth moment.
So, this cute little box from Japan comes with about 8 to 10 pieces of candy and nummy snacks, again it’s very affordable at $19.90 a month and with free shipping! Yummy!!
This is what the box looked like. The box is a tiny cardboard box in white color and a cute label. There was a customs declaration attached. I didn’t have to pay any customs. The box reached on time within 15 days. It was sent via Registered Airmail and came with a tracking number. All items were intact and no damages whatsoever. I pulled back that utterly adorable tissue paper and saw that there were many candies to pick through. The box really got me curious to check the Japanese treats.
Each box comes with a list of all the things you’ll find in your box. The September Japan Candy Box included all these special Japanese candies & snacks.
Popin’ Cookin’ Oekaki Animal Candy Land DIY kit – It is a Do-It-Yourself set for creating your own multi-coloured soda-flavored gummy animals.
Meiji Watapachi Melon Popping Candy Floss – has been embedded with loud fizzy pop rocks, making it one of the most special Japanese sweets.
Bourbon Fettucine Cola Gummies – These are getting really popular in Japan! The candies are shaped like fettuccine pasta – flat and thin.
Meiji Apollo Strawberry Chocolates – These are the delicious and famous cone shaped strawberry chocolates from Meiji. Each piece includes delicious Meiji milk chocolate topped with strawberry flavored white chocolate.
Poop Shaped Lollipop – Uchi-kun is the luckiest poop there is! Don’t let the looks deceive you – the candy may be a Poop Shaped Lollipop, but the taste is so sweet!
Morinaga Ramune Candy Soda Balls – Ramune is a well-known Japanese citrus flavored refreshing soda drink, which is popular especially during hot summers. Morinaga Ramune Candy Soda Balls are made from compressed ramune soda -flavored powder!
Hi-Chew Pineapple Chewy Candy – In 1975 Morinaga introduced a new fruit flavored candy called Hi-Chew, which have since become a cultural icon in Japan. Hi-Chew Pineapple Chewy Candy is a juicy flavor made especially for summer!
Fujiya Anpanman Lollipop – Japanese really love candies by Fujiya and they also cherish the famous character, Anpanman! This Lollipop is shaped to present Anpanman or any of his famous friends.
Coris Gum Gum Chewing Gum – is a small cute package filled with different chewing gums.
Overall, the September 2015 Japan Candy Box was a very interesting candy box. It will be a little hard to figure out what kind of candy you are trying especially when you don’t read Japanese. Having reviewed many Japanese Snack Boxes on this blog, I now know the snacks and I am able to figure out the Brands. This was a LOT of candy! There was no snack and no non veg item which made me in love with Japan Candy Box.
Also, they had stuck an English label on all the candies.
If you would like to sign up for the Japan Candy Box, you can do that here.
The Cost: $19.90/month (shipping is free and international). Ships to India via Registered Airmail.
What You Get: Each month you will receive 8-10 Japanese sweets and snacks.
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