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Calendar August 14, 2014 08/14/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

Oyatsu Box August 2014 Review – Japanese Snack Box

Oyatsu Box August 2014 Review

Oyatsu Box August 2014 Review

Oyatsu Box sent me this box to review.  Oyatsu Box is a box filled with over a pound of Candy, snacks & authentic Japanese food! In addition to food, there is also Japan exclusive merchandise from Pokemon, One-Piece, Sanrio and more.  Boxes are $25.00/month and they ship straight from Japan.

The Details:

Cost: $25.00/month

What’s in the box? Join OyatsuBox and receive a package full of Japanese candies & snacks every month.

When will I get my box? OyatsuBox packages ship out on the first work-day of each month. We ship using Economy Airmail which takes 2-3 weeks to arrive at your door.Once all the OyatsuBox items are packaged and ready to send they are brought by private courier to Japan Post’s Tokyo headquarters

When am I billed? When you sign up with Oyatsu Box, you are billed immediately for your first month. Your next payment will be at the end of the following month.  If you sign up using PayPal, payments are taken on the same day every month.

How do I cancel? To cancel your OyatsuBox you can log into your account my clicking the “My Account” link at the top of any page. Once in your members area you can cancel or reactivate your subscription by clicking the appropriate button.  If you are using PayPal, you can cancel at any time by logging into your PayPal account.

Website: https://oyatsubox.com


Oyatsu Box ships in a little brown box.


First Look


Oyatsu Box included an information sheet with all the items in the box.  One thing I love, is they include a picture of each snack.  This makes finding each snack easy!


Sushi Shop Style Miso Soup: This pouch contains three pouches of soup and is made like the soup at Yamato Sushi Restaurant in Tokyo.  My husband will eat this.


Koikeya Scon- Japanese BBQ:  This are basically BBQ Cheetos from Japan.  These have a not-so-pleasant smell, but they taste great!


Koala No March – Strawberry: These are little koala cookies with strawberry cream inside.  It is easy to eat the whole box in one sitting.  Each cookie has a different Koala shape on him too.


Hi-Chew Premium -Grape:  We got some Hi Chews in another box recently and they disappeared FAST.  These are round, instead of rectangle and are a bit more chewy.  These are also now gone.


LOTTE Japanese Drink Candy Mix:  These are little hard candies in the flavors of Japan’s most popular drinks: Dakara, C.C. Lemon, Natchan Orange, Hachimitsu Lemon and Dekavita C.  I have only tried one, but it was pretty good!


Rilakkuma Honey Butter Pretzels:  These are skinny little bread-sticks dipped in honey.  They tasted more like a bread stick than pretzel, but still tasty.


Umaibo Premium:  This is a great snack and like the Kit Kat, bars, there are many different flavors.  The blue one is Camembert Cheese and the red one is Japanese Mentaiko.  C tried the Camembert Cheese and really enjoyed it.


Dragonball Z Gummy Candy & Collectible Card: This is a gummy candy with a Japan Only Collectable card.  I am saving this for a birthday gift, for a kid who loves Dragonball Z.


Final Thought:  This was a great box.  All the snacks were really tasty and unique.  I had only heard about two of the snacks in this box, before today.  I love  to snack and to find new unique snacks to eat.  If you would love a box of Japanese snacks and goodies, check out Oyatsu Box HERE.

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Disclosure: I received this box free for review

1 Comment(s)

  1. Stephanie, August 15, 2014:


    This was the July box. 😮 Not the August. I haven’t gotten my August box. This is the box I got almost a month ago. XD