22 Nov 2015 Tokyo Treat Subscription Box October 2015!
Hello Subscription Addicts,
Welcome to my post on Tokyo Treat Subscription Unboxing & Review (Premium) – October 2015.
A box of Tokyo Treat landed on my table a few weeks ago and it was delivered, straight from the streets of Japan. Tokyo Treat is a monthly supply of Japanese snacks! If you are looking for a Japanese snack subscription box, there are a lot of options. Unfortunately, you might not know which one to pick and get confused. We’ve reviewed Japan Candy Box, Freedom Japanese market, Taste Japan, Candy Japan, and Japan Crate before; this time we are checking out Tokyo Treat.
Every month Tokyo Treat will send you a mystery box stuffed to the brim with over two pounds of premium, full-sized candies straight from Japan. Treats in the box will include savory snacks and the ultra-HOT Japanese candy DIY kits, which let you build your own sweet confection-creations! They offer free shipping worldwide. The payment for Tokyo Treat is recurring, i.e, your credit card will automatically be charged every month. Don’t worry you can cancel your subscription anytime.
Tokyo Treat was shipped in a regular white cardboard box printed with the brand name. There were a few stickers on the box. Inside was a single piece of red tissue paper and a colorful pamphlet describing the snacks.
Tokyo Treat offers three types of boxes:
24.99 Per Month
Sushi Candy Kit
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Contents of October 2015 Tokyo treat Box:
Chocolate Animal Poo: What a fun candy! The animal shaped packaging is super cute. The candy resembles animal droppings that pop out from the box. The taste was okay.
This hilarious candy resembles animal dropping that pop from the box as if the animal was relieving themselves.In the Japanese tradition, you can see what sort of luck you will have each day by the color in which the candies are released.
Seven Stick Chocolate Cream: This is a chocolate filled wafer-stick snack. This was delicious. Nothing can beat Japanese chocolate snacks and gummies. Yumm
This chocolatey biscuit snack is called the Seven Stick Chocolate Cream and it is absolutely delicious. Enjoy Chocolate cream surrounded by crunchy and sweet vanilla wafer cookies for and ultimate chocolate-fix snack you can enjoy everywhere.
Poifull: Best Best Best jelly beans ever! The box had many candies (may be Full Size). I gulped them all so quickly. Absolutely mouth-watering and delicious. My favourite out of all.
Poifull is a unique jelly bean of Japan with a thin outer coating and the interesting flavors of soda, melon and other assortments will leave you satisfied yet still wanting more.
Ponske Ponchi Fried Snack: Fried, sweet, rice cracker-like snack. It was okay. This is a sweet version not salty or spicy.
These delicious fried morsels will suit any occasion with their sweet and savory mix with a unique texture. Mini pieces that can be popped into your mouth until you’re willing to stop snacking! Enjoy with friends…. Or don’t!
Wasabi Pretzels: These biscuit sticks were kinda weird! The salty, spicy taste was pretty good but the aftertaste of Japanese radish was horrible and tingly for my taste buds. Still, these pretzels are good.
These awesome biscuit sticks are both crispy and zesty with a powerful wasabi bang with in each bite! Enjoy these elements that may surprise and delight you as you partake in such a unique biscuit treats.
Chocolate Flour Rice Cake: This one was good and fun to make! Wet the rice cakes so that they become soft, fluffy and spongy. Then mix them with the awesome, creamy chocolate and flour (nutty taste) provided in the kit. I enjoyed it!
This delicious rice cake candy kit is made from real flour and flavored. With rich chocolate that you will not find anywhere else. This treat resembles the famous cakes Kinako Mochi during the New Year in Japan!
Chocolat De Corn: The chocolate coated version of Corn Puffs is just amazing. I loved it! There were yummy roasted peanuts too! The packet was large and my entire family kept munching it. Definitely yummy.
This is a premium version of caramel de corn, but with a surprising and lovely chocolatey twist! Enjoy the salty and sweet flavors meshed together in perfect harmony in this amazing snack.
Neriame Stirring up Rain: This super-sticky jelly-like candy is a traditional sweet seen in shops during festivals in Japan. It was unusual for me to pick up fluid like jelly with the little wooden chopsticks and eat! It is on the sweeter side and tastes okay. I played with this.
This traditional sweet you will often see in the shops surrounding all of the festivals in Japan. This sticky liquid can become a solid and eaten and enjoyed. Be careful because it is extremely sticky.
Real Grape Jellybean Mystery: This packet featured grape flavored candies (sweet and sour). The consistency was hard, but I loved the gummies! Tasty!
These unique jellybeans are loaded with grape flavor and will pack a punch of either sweet or sour in every bite. It is a gamble what variation of flavor each candy bean hold, so eat with care and try to enjoy the mystery of such a cool snack!
Marugame Noodle: Made Pretzel Tempura Over Udon – Based off of the renowned noodle shops of Marugume Japan, this tasty snack is a pretzel form of noodles. Unusual, but I liked its flavour.
Based off of the renowned noodle shops of Marugume Japan, this tasty snack is a pretzel form of noodles we think you will enjoy Enjoy each bite as the traditional Japanese flavors emerge and be surprised!
Kintsuba Yokan: This is a traditional sweet bean (similar to kidney beans) jelly snack made from traditional Japanese gelatin often served in Kyoto tea houses. I didn’t enjoy this much. But I shared it with my friends and they did like it.
A traditional sweet bean jelly snack made from traditional Japanese gelatin called Kintsuba Yokan. This delicious candy has been popular for well over 500 years in Japan and loved by young and old! These snacks are often served in traditional Kyoto tea houses so when you bite in to one of these, you will be enjoying US piece of Japanese culture!
Pokka Sapporo Pudding Shake: This smelled like vanilla. There were bits of caramel flavored jelly floating on it. It tasted like a custard pudding. It was very delicious. The consistency was smooth except for the jelly. I loved it. I drank a bit and kept the bottle on my table when my mother called me. Meanwhile, my 6 year old cousin drank it entirely.
One part pudding, another part beverage that you can enjoy on the go if you wish! The sweet jelly is made from eggs and . caramel pudding Shake about five times before taking a sip, and then enjoy the unique texture paired with the very sweet and creamy flavors of this snack.
Meiji’s Real – Grains Jelly Kit: Another fun DIY to make. My cousin spilled and sipped some. He loved playing with the kit. The taste is okay.
This unique candy kit is made from sugar granular bubbles and cream, we think you will revel in this decadent snack very much! Simply use the packets to create little drops into water, sift out the bubbles, drain and mix with the foamy and sweet cream provided.
Pokemon Pretzels: I finished these too quickly! The white cream coated sticks were so tasty. Give me more please!
These tasty pretzels are always popular among children and adults, especially those who are fans of Pokemon These snacks are white cream -! coated to ensure that you will have a full – on flavor experience in each mouthful!
Phew. That was truckloads of candy and snacks. Out of all the Japanese snack boxes I’ve tried so far, Tokyo Treat is the best candy subscription box I’ve had yet.
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