Thursday, August 24, 2017

Unboxing TokyoTreat (There's Japanese Candy!)

**I was sent a TokyoTreat box in exchange for an honest blog post. My opinions are my own.**



My daughter loves it when things are kawaii.

For example, this is kawaii:





Basically, kawaii is a Japanese word for cute. My daughter is obsessed with all things Japan. This is why I knew she'd love to try out the TokyoTreat box.



It's FULL of Japanese goodies--and yes, some of the flavors might seem bizarre, but Natalie wanted to try them out.

For example, she liked the Caramel Corn Cream Soda Flavor.



"It's sweet," she observed.

There was also Niigata Chewy Senbei, a Japanese rice cracker that Natalie thought was, "Crunchy." On the right is the Chocobi Melon Flavor, which Natalie said was, "Yummy." She also loved the packaging.




She gobbled up the Mitsuya Mandarin Orange Gummies and said they tasted, "Just like an orange. Only chewier."




She thought the Kirin World Kitchen's Salty Lychee Drink was "interesting" but the Super Thin PRETZ-Edamame Flavor treats were "good and crunchy."





The BAKE Limited Edition Coriander Flavor made her wrinkle her nose. "This is...different," she said. But the Picola Mango Yogurt stick cookies made her smile. "These are so delicious!"








She thought the Corn Potage Snack reminded her a little of cheetos, only not as cheesy. "I can understand why Japanese people like this!" The Choco Bar Z White Chocolate was a scrumptious treat. I took the rest of that one.




She also can't wait to try out this Dinosaur Island Pudding. You mix it up and place it in the mold for a fun snack! The instructions are inside the TokyoTreat booklet in English, because no way could I read that Japanese on the bag.





Finally, there was a Dagashi Bag full of snacks.



I was so impressed with how much was in this box! So was Natalie, "Whew, I'm full, and so far I only had a few bites of everything!"

Plus the cost wasn't that crazy: it starts at $14.99 a month. The most expensive is only $34.99, and you'll get 18 Full-Sized Snacks! If you've been wanting to try out goodies from Japan, I highly recommend getting this box. You won't go hungry, that's for sure.

If you want to try it out, go here. You can use the code AML for $3 off.




What treat would you be most excited to try? 

39 comments:

  1. I LOVE Japanese snacks/candies etc! Ooh, I haven't had corn potage in soo long, I used to love it!! But ok, Coriander flavor is definitely a bit odd!! HAHA

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  2. Treat box sounds exciting. I think I love all and particularly, Picola cookie stickslooks crunchy and tasty. Nicely reviewed. Your daughter model is sweet. :)

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  3. How cool is that! I´d love the dinosaur pudding :) This box is pretty amazing

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  4. What a nice way to experience something different. I wonder if my kids would sample that stuff quicker then they would meatloaf and potatoes. $14.99 is even reasonablem

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  5. Treat box sounds interesting. I really love Japan: their culture, people, landscape... and this is another lovely thing. I would recommend to my friends.

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  6. The salty lychee drink sounds intriguing and something I want to try! I'm going to have to get this box for the hubby for the holidays! He's always so difficult to shop for and I know he'd love this!

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  7. Omgosh! My nieces and nephews would love to have a surprise Tokyo treat box. The contents are so fun and special. Like your daughter, they'd be smiling from ear to ear. :-)

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  8. I am such a kawaii girl I am happy to read this post. So cute and so many fun snack I cant wait to go to Japan to get some of these myself as well its on my travel bucketlist!

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  9. Oh my goodness. How exciting! My kids would love this. They love to try new treats everywhere we travel. This allows them to try some great new treats without leaving home!

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  10. I like snacks, but I have never tried Japan snacks or food. According to your article, their snacks seem to have a variety of taste. Thank you for sharing

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  11. Whoa! That's a whole lot packed in one box and seems like one of the better snack boxes. I've never had any Japanese candy, but a lot of the flavors seems very interesting.

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  12. That kawaii is too cute!!!!!

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  13. I love trying foods from around the world so now I really want to try some of these treats! It does seem like you get a lot of snacks in a single box which is great value

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  14. Well that is pretty amazing! Sometimes good things can come in on sounding combinations!

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  15. Natalie is so cute! I love her personality and her curiosity! I would love to try something like this with my kids!

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  16. So the little girl is more than happy to have her box full of surprising treats. Loved her reactions tons!

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  17. your daughter is so cute! Good for her for being adventurous with new foods!

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  18. I tried a Japan box full of treats once and most flavours where definitely not for the faint hearted but others where pretty good. These seem like more good than nah

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  19. This box looks so awesome. I love Japanese culture and I would love to get this box. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Now this sounds like a box I could enjoy, it looks like you got all different sorts of snacks and candies in it!

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  21. Growing up watching anime, I've always been fascinated with their culture. This box sounds like a great way to try their treats from the comforts of your own home <3 Your daughter's smile says it all!

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  22. White chocolate for me!
    Seems like a great bunch of treats. I studied Japanese language and culture for 7 years!! I used to obsess over their snacks, but that was before the internet really took off! So no access.

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  23. She is so adorable! I am also into Japan treats or things. I admit sometimes I am scared to try because I can't understand the label and there are really weird ones. I would love to have those treats!

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  24. I didn't know what Kawaii means until I visited Japan. Haha, your pretty little daughter really knows how to pose with the camera and it seems that she really is enjoying and loving the products! - Anosa

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  25. Oh my god I miss Picola! I can't believe I have not had any since my trip to Japan. I am a sucker for the strawberry variety.

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  26. Your daughter's smile says it all. She really enjoys these products ! This box sounds like a great way to try japanese snacks and candies… with strange flavours. I would love to taste the Salty Lychee Drink. This TokyoTreat box is definitively kawaii :-)

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  27. I had no idea kawaii meant cute! I love when boxes have tons of snacks.

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  28. Your daughter is adorable. And it was an awesome box with a lot of things in it. But the thing that made my mouth water the most was the cream soda flavored caramel corn. Where can I get that? So awesome!!!

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  29. What a fun package! I know my daughter would love that too!

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  30. How exciting! Every child would love this package.

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  31. I wish I had some of these now. I love getting surprise boxes and trying them out. Anything with caramel has to be good.

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  32. A box full of Japanese goodies would be a fun treat. I like to give a subscription as a gift. I will have to remember this one for Christmas time.

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  33. This is a lovely treat. I know some japanese snacks, most that I life are dried fruits! Perfect as a gift :)

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  34. Getting anything Japanese is always a treat! I would love a subscription box like this!

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  35. What a cute idea! I've never tried any Japanese snacks before, but they all looked interesting! I loved the dinosaur molding pudding, my son would love that!!

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  36. Omg I love Kawaii things, so the Tokyotreat box is so up my alley. I need to check this subscription and pick one up for my friend too.

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  37. Yahoo! This unboxing of Tokyo Treats are awesome! I love all the different things you got!

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  38. My gosh kods nowadays grow up too fast! Time just goes by. Totally love your sweet relationship with your daughter. Can't wait to have the same for our upcoming little boy. ☺️

    PS: totally love this box of goodies, will check out Tokyo Treats. xx

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