Snakku November 2015 Review + Coupon

Disclosure: This box was received free for review.

Snakku November 2015 Review

Snakku November 2015 Review

Snakku is a Japanese snack subscription service that is very different from other boxes I have reviewed.  Snakku specializes in sending Japanese snacks that you can only get in Japan.  All the snacks come from local snack makers in Japan.  Boxes are $38.95/month and filled with 10-15 expert curated snacks.  If you upgrade to a 3 or 6 month subscription, you will get a free Traditional Japanese Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth.

The Details:

Cost: $38.95/month, $116.85/3 months, $225.00/ 6 months.

Coupon: Use the coupon SUBMOM to save 10% on your first box.

What’s in the box?  Every box contains 10-15 expert curated Japanese snacks.

How do I cancel?  You can cancel using a special URL you are given at signup.


The box was shipped by Priority Mail.


I love getting a new Traditional Japanese Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth wrapped around my box.


As always, Snakku has great packaging.


There was an information card and a little welcome note from Snakku.


This month, the snacks are from Tokyo.

Featured Snacks

Tokyo Banana

Tokyo Banana:  These little cakes remind me of Hello Kitty.  These are a fluffy sponge cake that tastes like banana.

Tokyo Banana Pie

Tokyo Banana Pie: This is a flaky cookie with a banana taste.  My 3 year old loves bananas, so these were a hit with him.

Mame Yakko

Mame Yakko These beans are made of edamame beans and rice. These remind me a bit of senbei in regards to taste, but are denser and crunchier.


Kinesha: These are folded butter biscuits.  The one on the left is Maple (quite good with a slight aftertaste) and the one on the right is plain.

Kinesha Chocolate

Kinesha Chocolate:  This is the same folded biscuit as the ones above, but chocolate flavored.  I really enjoyed this one.

Popular Snacks

Sweet Sake Soft Candy

Sweet Sake Soft Candy:  These candies are made of rice sake.  This is a soft candy that has the alcohol/saki flavor.  This was a bit too different for all our tastes.

Seasonal Meiji Horn

Seasonal Meiji Horn: These are little purple sandwich cookies that are made with purple jam, my kids loved these.

Nidoage Moch

Nidoage Mochi: These are mochi crackers that are grilled and coated in soy sauce.  These taste like a plain cracker and the soy flavor was not very noticeable.

Mukashi no Senbei

Mukashi no Senbei: Last month, Snakku featured Senbei.  They have a sweet toasted flavor that isn’t for everyone, but I really like them.

Double Anzutsumi

Double Anzutsumi:  These are little cakes filled with red bean (left) and sweet potato (right).  We didn’t try the red bean but the sweet potato was really sweet and tasty.


Final Thought: I really liked that this month there wasn’t one type of featured snack.  I like getting box with a wide variety of snacks.  Everyone in the family found a treat they enjoyed.  You can try Snakku with this link and use the code SUBMOM to save 10% on your first box..

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