Tokyo Treat Japanese Candy Subscription Unboxing & Review – January 2016

Tokyo Treat Review




I like variety in my life which is why I branch out from the geeky subscription boxes from time to time and try something new. My favorite thing to try is new and exotic foods which is why I have the Tokyo Treat Japanese Candy Subscription Box for you today! They offer 3 different plans to suit your needs: the Small box has 5-7 snacks for $15/month, the Regular box has 8-12 snacks for $25/month, and the Premium has 13-17 snacks for $35/month. I went big with the premium box because of all the extras you get… so sit back and check out my unboxing and I’ll see you after…
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…alright so now that I have had the pleasure of trying all of the goodies I’ll tell you what I liked and didn’t like in the box…

 

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Pokémon Moncolle

I got a weird blue thing that doesn’t look like a Pokémon at all. It’s a shape with some bubbles or something popping out… I’m not a huge Pokémon fan so this one has me scratching my head.

 

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Youkai Watch Omikuji Seal Snack

These are curry flavored which really didn’t do it for me. I only had a few bits before giving up on this snack. Curry just isnt for me.

 

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Pokémon Wafers

This was a normal waffer candy that was delicious… theres not much more you can say about it lol.

 

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Chocolate Pocky

I haven’t had much Pocky but what I’ve had so far has been one of my favorite candies in existance! This is my first full on chocolate Pocky and it was everything I’ve dreamed of and more.

 

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Tyrant Habanero

These little hot rings were really good. They had a perfect amount of crunch and flavor without being too overpowering.

 

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Pokémon Ramune 5 Pack

This was a 5 pack of hard candies… almost like a sweet tart or small bottlecaps-like candy. Each pouch was a different flavor.

 

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Peanut Chocoball

Chocolate covered peanuts… I literally ate these immediately after the unboxing video.

 

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Fuku Fuku Tai Chocolate

This was another chocolate waffer candy that was every bit as good as the other one.

 

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Pokémon Chewing Candy

These look like gum but it’s still a candy. The wrapper had a temporary tattoo on it which was pretty cool… I dont care for the pineapple flavor but that’s just my personal preference.

 

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Youkai Watch Soft Serve Ice Cream

This stuff had a very unique taste! Its like cheetos but ice cream flavored.

 

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Amazake Sweet Sake

My first mistake with this is that I didn’t know it was supposed to be room temperature. My second was that I wasn’t expecting the consistency and texture of it. It actually tastes really good but I couldn’t get past the rice chunks or whatever was in it.

 

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Oekaki Kayanland Candy DIY

These are so much fun! It has 2 big chunks of a taffy like candy that you mold into shapes and decorate with flavored colors. I felt it could have used more flavor though because even if you coated the candy there wasn’t much taste difference.

 

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Neru Neru Nerune Soda Flavor

This was another DIY kit that turned out to be quite tasty. I like the little candy chunk sprinkles best.

 

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Pokémon Sticker & Gum

I was expecting to find something more than a dinky piece of gum and a not-so exciting card inside the pack. I think the packaging was more substantial than the contents.

 

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…and that was the Tokyo Treat Japanese Candy Subscription Box for January 2016. This was the Premium box but both the Small and Regular boxes also contained a selection of the candies shown here. I really enjoyed this box and look forward to getting more like it in the future!

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