Each box will contain an assortment of premium candies, snacks, and beverages — all sourced and shipped directly from Japan. Items can include salty snacks, sweet treats, DIY kits, unique drinks, limited edition snacks, and more.
There are 3 different subscription options to choose from. The Small Box is $14.99/month (includes 5-7 items), The Regular Box is $24.99/month (8-12 items plus a sushi candy kit), and The Premium Box is $34.99/month (13-17 items including a DIY candy kit, beverage, and special bonus item). All boxes including FREE shipping worldwide!
I recently received a Premium Box for review, so…
Let’s see what’s in the February 2016 TokyoTreat box!
The big orange box!
A peek inside.
A 16-page, full-color booklet featured info on all of the items in the box, along with mini contests, fun facts about Japanese culture, and more. February’s box had a very pink/Valentine’s Day theme going on!
String Candy in Grape and Muscat Flavor – I wasn’t sure what Muscat flavor was, so I Googled it and it turns out that it’s a type of grape(?). So these candy ropes apparently come in both grape and grape flavor. 😉
Kasugai Grain Gummy – Fruit-flavored jelly beans with a hard sugar coating. Flavors include apple, grape, and yes, muscat.
Dontaco’s Chili Taco Flavored Chips – I’m guessing these are the Japanese equivalent to Doritos? Well, if Dorito’s came in taco flavor. (Which they might? I have no clue.) The bag was surprisingly large!
Pocky Fleck Strawberry Heart Full – How flippin’ CUTE is this Pocky?! They’re actual heart-shaped sticks covered in strawberry cream, with flecks of real strawberries. My girls are going to LOVE these!
Collis Strange Gum 2 – Flavor-changing gum! They start out as either lemon, strawberry, or blueberry and after a bit of chewing they change to grape. Cool.
Kiki and Lala Strawberry Crunch – A pink, strawberry-flavored rice crispie type treat featuring the characters from Little Twin Stars. Cute!
Lotte Koume Soft Candy – Soft, chewy candies flavored with pickled plum for a sweet and sour taste experience.
Princess’s Lost Treasure – Double-berry cookie crisps with a sweet, fruity filling.
Look Two Types of Strawberry – Oooh… This looks SO good! (Someday I’ll find a vegan-friendly Japanese treat… Someday.) It’s a chocolate bar with two different insides — a creamy strawberry filling, as well as a red jelly-like texture.
Nagewa Mentai Mayo Flavor Rings – Crispy potato rings flavored with mentaiko — marinated roe Pollock often served with pasta with a mayo or butter sauce. Uh… yum? 😉
Kracie’s Mr. Fun Bakery – Every time I get one of these kits I’m reminded of how much I would have LOVED these as a kid. This one includes everything you need to create two tiny ice cream cones, one tart, and a cake. The packaging alone could NOT be any cuter!
Sweet Red Bean Soup – Not gonna lie, this one looks a bit terrifying. 😉 It’s a sweet drink/soup(?) made from red beans that are traditionally used in Japanese treats. The info booklet suggests drinking it “warm and bubbling”.
Fujiya Peko Poco Chocolate – Adorable chocolate lollipops featuring popular Japanese cartoon characters. So cute!
Glico Cream Collon – These had a little sticker on the package indicating that it was a “bonus snack”. We’ve gotten these before and they’re sort of like the sweet equivalent of a Combos snack.
Good Luck with Chopsticks Fortune – February’s “special item” for the Premium box was this set of traditional Japanese chopsticks. The packaging included your own special fortune!
Another jam-packed box from TokyoTreat! I loved the cute pink/Valentine’s Day theme for February. The only thing that could have made it even cuter was the inclusion of a Hello Kitty item or two. 😉 A fun box for sure!
What do the stars mean?
★ = Crummy ★★ = Just Okay ★★★ = Good ★★★★ = Awesome ★★★★★ = Extraordinarily Awesome
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.