Tokyo Treat is a Japan-based monthly subscription box service that sends you authentic Japanese snacks from Japan, delivered to your door. It’s perfect for people who are interested in trying new things or want to discover the newest trends in Japanese snacks.
The Tokyo Treat subscription box includes 17 full-sized Japanese goodies like Pocky, Ramune soda, Hello Panda cookies, and more. There are always recognisable brands included in the box such as KitKat, Pepsi, Oreo and Fanta but you’ll find a twist on the flavour.
The price for a Tokyo Treat box varies depending on the length of the subscription you choose. You can select from 1, 3, 6 or 12 months. The prices range from $31.50-$35 per box, which is delivered to your doorstep every month.
We tried out their November box which had a fruity theme. Each month revolves around a different theme, previous themes have included tropical, Animee, Halloween and Summer.
We loved the anticipation of getting this box of treats delivered to our doorstep straight from Japan! It came quickly and I got a tracking link with the expected delivery date.
The box comes with a snack pack menu that details everything that is included in that month’s box.
In our box we received the following treats:
White Peach Fanta
Mont Blanc Kit Kats
Crunky Collab Choco
Koala’s March Butter and White Chocolate, Umaibo Choco & Sour Paper Candy Grape
Onion Taro & Karamucho Kumamoto – Chilli Tomato
Umaibo Cinnamon Apple Pie, Porickey German Potato & Constellation Chocolate Cookie
Strawberry Ice Cream DIY Candy Kit
DonDon Yaki, Yakisoba Shop Taro, Texas Corn Okonomiyaki Flavour & Sparrow Egg Crackers
There is a good mixture of sweet and savoury snacks in the box and we loved all the snacks we tried. The only problem is that if you find a new favourite, you might not be able to buy it outside of Japan!
There is always a cute DIY snack included in each box which is fun to put together. In our box, it was the DIY Strawberry Ice-cream Candy Kit that we had to mix water and powder together to create a foamy mixture, like ice-cream, and scoop into a mini cone.
A Tokyo Treat Subscription would make a fabulous gift idea, especially for those hard to buy for teenagers. You don’t need to subscribe to a monthly plan, you can just purchase one box.
If you want to try out this new snack adventure, click here to subscribe!
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