Tokyo Treat is a Japanese snack box that is shipped directly from Japan. TokyoTreat has three plans – Small, Regular, and Premium. Shipping is free with the boxes ($14.99 for a mini, $24.99 for regular, $34.99 for premium).
The outer box in which snacks come is cheerful orange with kawaii prints. They also include an informative product card cum mini magazine. This 16-page, full color booklet featured description of items in the box, mini contests, fun facts, Japanese culture, Places of Visit and more.
Here are the contents of my September 2016 Box !!
Chocolate Umaibo: These rolled chocolate pieces are small but very tasty! Umaibo is a cheap puffed corn snack that comes in many flavors usually in stick form. This combination is quite good.
Mystery YumeTwins Item: I got a cute Pompompurin pen that I already received in my YumeTwins.
Super Sour Lemon Gum: This gum is too sour and lemony. I enjoyed tasting it. The gum is strong and the citrus flavor lasts long.
Moguchuu Strawberry Soft Candy: This candy reminds me of Fruit-Tella. It is a chewy candy and gets soft as you gulp it. The strawberry flavor is mild.
Yakisoba Sauce Flavoured Corn Puffs:This packet is full of salty corn puff snacks seasoned with savory yakisoba. “Yakisoba” is a popular Japanese street food condiment generally made with Worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce, ketchup, soy sauce, and sugar traditionally used on fried noodles. It is sort of tangy and the aroma is too strong.
Pakkuchu Disney Cookies: These cookies have over 100 images of Mickey and other Disney characters on the outside biscuit and chocolate inside. It definitely made me smile !! These cookies are crunchy with milk chocolate filling. These are very similar in taste to Hello Panda.
Soft Candy DIY Kit: Use this kit to dip soft chewy “ice cream” candy bars into soda syrup and then powdered sugar! This DIY kit is super cute, perfect for summer and easy to make. The candy comes in soda and strawberry flavors.
Japanese Corn Potage Snack: “Corn potage” means cream of corn soup. This snack is corn puffs coated with corn potage seasoning. I am a huge corn fan and I found these addicting.These chips taste exactly like corn.
Maple Butter Beer Ramen: These are fizzy ramune candies. They are flavored using butterbeer with a hint of maple. The taste is like butterscotch. The treat seems cute and original.
Sour Plum Pretzel Sticks: These pretzels are flavored with sour plum/umeboshi. These biscuit sticks are balanced with a salty sour combo. Thankfully the flavor is not overwhelming!
Kuppy Ramune: These candies are free from common allergens such as egg, milk, wheat, buckwheat, peanut, shrimp, and crab. They are fruity, delicious, and stomach friendly. These are little fizzy tablets in orange, strawberry, and lemon flavors with a retro packaging. Interesting indeed !!
Pokemon Fruit Jelly: These are jelly cups with different Pokemon figurines on the lids! The flavor is subtle.
Subscribers received either this or a limited edition Mirai Suenaga jelly. I’m happy with the Pokemon variant! You may freeze these for an extra chill and refreshment.
Pokemon Egg: Subscribers would have received this or another Mirai Suenaga item. This chocolate egg reminds me of Kinder Joy. The egg is made of milk chocolate and it is absolutely tasty. There was a toy inside.
Pokemon Monster Figurine: I’m glad to receive this instead of the Chip Star Savoury Shrimp Chips for sure! Great variety !! I passed this toy to a little friend if mine. The three Mirai Suenaga items are a peach jelly, ramune drink, and chocolate crackers.
Aloe White Grape Juice: This white grape juice has chunks of aloe in it. The juice is packed with lots of health benefits.This canned drink is refreshing when served chill.
Crazy Cola Bubble Ramune Candy: These are fun tablets. When you pop them into your mouth it starts bubbling and foaming up. They taste like cola candy and baking soda.
It was great to review yet another Tokyo Treat box! The assortment is great plus you also get gift items for extra enjoyment. The box has a pretty great value with free shipping. Watch out if you have any food allergies as the packing is all in the Japanese language.
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