Skoshbox’s Dekabox is a fun subscription box that sends you a selection of unique Japanese candies and snacks every month.
Unlike the original sample-sized Skoshbox (pronounced skōsh box), Dekabox is much larger and consists of more full-sized treats. — It actually contains roughly a whole pound of snacks.
Each month you can expect to receive 100% authentic Japanese goods hand-selected by Skoshbox/Dekabox. Every item will include an English ingredients list, so you’ll always know exactly what’s inside. Items typically don’t overlap much between the two boxes, so you can subscribe to both without having to worry about getting too many duplicates.
Dekabox is $24/month with the option to receive a mystery accessory in each box for just $2 more. Skoshbox subscriptions are $12/month or less with multi-month commitments. — Use coupon code “ROSEBUDS2” at checkout to save $2 on any plan!
Let’s see what’s in the January 2016 Skoshbox Dekabox!
The box! As with the smaller Skoshbox, Dekabox also has a cute design goin’ on.
A peek inside. Hey! — Itza Mario!
A full-color information booklet listed all of the items in both the Dekabox and Skoshbox for January. Ingredients were also included for each one.
Super Mario Bros Coin Chocolates – You don’t have to stomp on any Goombas to grab these coins. They’re made with real milk chocolate and are individually wrapped in various Mario-themed… wrappers. Voted #1 treat by mustachioed plumbers everywhere.
Giant Caplico in Cookie Crunch – I would have loved these “ice cream cone” treats as a kid (or an adult, in my pre-vegan days). They’re made with real cones that are topped with a crispy chocolate cookie crunch filling. My kid’s will definitely enjoy (and fight over) this.
Puccho: Hoppechan Mini Gummies – These are little teardrop(?) shaped gummy candies made with real apple and cherry juice. The packaging is adorable and I love the built-in carry handle. It’s resealable too! (They were in January’s Skoshbox as well.)
Meiji Chocolate Covered Gummies – Chocolate covered gummy candies in strawberry flavor. These were this month’s “staff pick”.
Rilakkuma Kapuccho Crispy Strawberry Puffs – I had to include photos of both sides of this package because the cuteness needed to be seen. 😉 It contains a pink strawberries n’ cream flavored crispy puffed snack. Another item my kid’s are sure to fight over.
Umaibo Yakitori – These are big corn puff snacks that taste like grilled chicken (or at least they’re supposed to). I’ll have to take their word on it. (These were also included in the January Skoshbox.)
Pokemon Wafer & Sticker – This package contains a big chocolate wafer cookie, along with a collectible mystery Pokemon character sticker. Always fun to get bonus items with your snacks. 😉
Sakupanda Zed – Double chocolate panda face shaped cookies. Another cute treat for my kiddos.
Bake Cookies & Cream Bites – Little cookies n’ cream flavored bites made with real milk. They kinda look like a sweet version of Combos.
Dragonball Z Keychain – With Dekabox, you have the option of getting a mystery accessory in every box for an additional $2/month. January’s item was a cool Dragonball Z keychain. I don’t know a thing about the show(?), but this keychain is cool. Diggin’ the stars inside.
Skoshbox Dekabox is a nice alternative to the smaller Skoshbox, for those who want a bigger box of treats. The packaging was just as cute and it had a great assortment of both sweet and savory snacks.
If you’d like to subscribe, be sure to use coupon code “ROSEBUDS2” at checkout to save $2 on any plan!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.