Japan Candy Box September 2015 Review
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Japan Candy Box is a snack subscription that sends 8-10 fun and quirky Japanese treats. The box is $19.90/month and they offer free shipping worldwide! Our family loves Japanese treats, so I was excited to check out the September 2015 box.
Cost: $19.90/month, $19.90/month for 3 months, $18.90/month for 6 months, $19.20/month for 12 months.
What’s in the box? Each box contains 8-10 fun and quirky Japanese treats.
The box ships from Japan and has the Japan Candy Box logo in the corner.
First Look. I love the cute tissue paper.
There an an information card with a list of all the snacks in the box.
Hi-Chew Pineapple Chewy Candy These are some of my family’s favorite Japanese candy. These are very chewy, almost taffy-like, and similar to a Starburst. These were gone withing minutes of opening the box.
Meiji Watapachi Melon Popping Candy Floss This is a family favorite! This is melon flavored cotton candy filled with pop rocks.
Morinaga Ramune Soda Candy These are compressed Ramune flavored power candies, which tastes a bit like citrus.
Meiji Apollo Strawberry Chocolates We had had these in another box and they are quite tasty. These are a combination of chocolate and strawberry chocolate.
Poop Shaped Lollipop This poop shaped lollipop is either flavored with either cola, cider soda and strawberry. This is going to go to one of the boys.
Coris Gum Gum Chewing Gum This is a little box of banana flavored chewing gum.
Fujiya Anpanman Lollipop These lollipops feature the famous character Anpanman. This will also go to one of my kids.
Popinâ€™ Cookinâ€™ Oekaki Animal Candy Land DIY kit This DIY kit lets you make your own soda flavor candy gummies. There are four different molds: penguin, panda, rabbit and giraffe.
Bourbon Fettucine Cola Gummies This are made by a company called Bourbon, they are not alcohol flavored. They are little sour cola gummies shaped liked fettuccine pasta.
Japan Candy Box included flyers for their other brands.
Final Thought: This was a really fun and tasty box. There were some old favorites and some new treats to try. The sucker that looked like poop was really unique! If you want to try Japan Candy Box, use this link.
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