Hawaii Mom Blog: Japan Candy Box Review




August 3, 2018

Japan Candy Box Review

*Disclosure:  Complimentary product was received for review purposes.
The kids (and me) couldn't wait to open up our Japan Candy Box!

My entire family love snacks especially from Japan, so we were very excited to sample a Japan Candy Box.  Japan Candy Box is a popular monthly subscription box that includes 8-10 delicious and special Japanese candies and treats delivered every month right to your home!  Every box is guaranteed to include hard to find seasonal or exclusive Japanese candies.  The kids and I really enjoyed the entire experience from unboxing the goodies to tasting each one. 

You can get a subscription for yourself for as low as $17.90 a month which includes free shipping.  Better yet, gift this fabulous treat to someone special!  One month, 6 months, 12 month subscriptions are available.

The unboxing begins!

Each box contains 8-10 snacks.  The July box is themed Ice Cream Carnival.

Yaokin Little Gang Popping Candy.  You can use this to top ice cream.

Calbee Sapporo Potato Chips BBQ Flavor.  This one was Cade's favorite and he asked me to buy him more. 

Coris Hiyarinko Ice Gum. 

Kabaya Kakigori Shaved Ice Gummies.  I really liked this one!

Meiji Panda Yan Yan Biscuit Sticks.  We never have had a yan yan with sprinkles! 
The kids actually fought over this snack.

Fujiya Baskin Robbins Mint Chocolate.  I hid this one from the children so I can savor on my own.  

Baby Star Shinkansen Ramen Maru.  This snack was gone in no time.
Koala's March Biscuits Soft Ice Cream.  I am amazed how spot on this tastes like soft ice cream.

Glico Caplico Mini Ice Cream Snack and Coris Cola & Soda Soft Candy.  We buy the ice cream snack from Costco all the time!  We also really enjoyed the cola candy.

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