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TokyoTreat Subscription Box Review – April 2018

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TokyoTreat is a snack subscription box filled with candy and other tasty goodies from Japan. A little salty, a little sweet… all very authentic to what you’d find walking through a convenience store in Japan.

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TokyoTreat offers to sizes: the Classic box for $25.00 a month and includes 12 snacks, or the Premium box for $35.00 and includes 17 snacks. More information about the snacks included can be found here.

This review is of the Classic, $25.00 a month, box.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

Tokyo Treat April 2018 review

About TokyoTreat

The Subscription Box: TokyoTreat

The Cost: $25.00 + free shipping


The Products: Each box has a hand-picked collection of Japanese candies, DIY kits, traditional Dagashi snack, and savory snacks and drinks for you to enjoy.

Ships to: US and Worldwide

TokyoTreat April 2018 Review

I really enjoy the detailed booklet that accompanies this subscription box. Great descriptions of each item as well as other ways to enjoy the treats!

Calbee Plum Seaweed Chips

These chips were actually my favorite thing in the box. They are a really unique flavor and are sweet with just a hint of salty seaweed. The packaging is also a special collaboration with Kyoto based textile brand SOU SOU. I need more of these!

Healthy Snacking Squishy Lemon Gummies

I really enjoyed these little lemon gummies. They are packed with fiber and protein, so it’s not just your typical gummie candy. They are supposed to help you feel full to ward off overeating.

Umaiwa Cheese

These were really fun. Think corn curls. The very rich cheese flavor was a lot stronger than I would’ve expected.

Caramel Corn Share Pack

These buttery caramel puffed corn snacks made me think of a carnival or fair. There are 4 packs to share with friends!

Umaibo Teriyaki Burger

What’s not to love about a flavor called “teriyaki burger”? Not sure how they make these both fluffy and crunchy at the same time!

Pakkuncho Disney Custard Pudding Biscuits

Little, fun, crunchy, and sweet. That’s how I would describe these mini Disney branded snacks. You get a pack of three so go ahead and share!

Kyoro-Chan’s Custard Pudding Snack

These are called a pudding snack, but they tasted a lot like a typical malt ball to me. I liked the fun egg shapes and the packaging.

Don Tacos Grilled Corn Flavor

Wow. These were insane! I don’t know how they replicated the flavor, but it was just like eating a freshly cooked ear of buttery corn on the cob. I really enjoyed these.

Choco Banana DIY Kit

This was a fun little DIY candy kit. The “bananas” were very similar to circus peanut candies. Dip it, roll it, eat it!

Verdict: TokyoTreat‘s Japanese packaging is always so fun and exciting, and the included booklet is always in depth. The two chips included this month, Don Tacos and Calbee were outstanding. There wasn’t anything included that I didn’t like, so this month was a win all around!

To Wrap Up:

Can I still get this box if I sign up today? No, you will get the June box.

Coupon – Use code KITKATBOX for the chance to win a free Kit Kat Box when you purchase a Premium Box!

Value Breakdown: This box is $25.00 a month and I received 9 types of snacks, which calculates out to $2.78 per snack. A great value for how many snacks you receive!

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Written by Jeff Perry

Jeff Perry

Jeff is an industrial designer who spends as much free time as possible in the great outdoors or in the kitchen cooking. He enjoys hiking, camping, craft beer, good food, good tunes and the role of cat dad. Getting new surprises in the mail every month is why he loves subscription boxes.

Posted in Subscription Box Reviews, TokyoTreat Reviews| Tags: TokyoTreat | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. I love the tohato caramel corn!

    • Same! I can eat a big bag in one sitting.

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