If you can’t visit Tokyo, then bring Tokyo home!


If you can’t go to Tokyo, bring Tokyo home! I really think that worldwide delivery is awesome. I mean if you can’t go there to buy it, have it delivered to your doorstep! This is where Tokyo Treat Subscription box comes in.

TOKYO TREAT is a subscription-based service that delivers the most premium Japanese snacks and candies to your door monthly. From the salty, sour to the sweet, discover limited edition Japanese treats that you won’t find anywhere else!

And here are the contents of Tokyo Treat’s January 2016 Box!

Tokyo Treat Magazine

Legend: The asterisk represent in which box the items are present. Tokyo Treat has 3 assortment in Small, Regular & Premium. Premium box has both items in the small and regular, Regular box has the items from the small but the small box only has the small box items.

* Small     ** Regular     *** Premium

*Tyrant Habanero Who Came Back
*Fuku Fuku Tai Chocolate
*Pokemon Ramune 5 pack
*Pokemon Wafers

*Yokai-Watch Character Soft-Serve Ice Cream

**Pokemon Chewing Candy

**Pokemon Sticker-Matching Chewing Gum

**Yokai-Watch Fortune Seal Namaste Curry
**Melt In Your Mouth, Winter Pocky
**Neru Neru Nerune Soda Candy
***Chocolate Ball Peanut
***Amazake: High Quality Sweet Sake
***Oekaki Kyanland Candy

***Pokemon Moncolle 12 Species Assortment

The images above are what I found inside my Premium Tokyo Treat Box for January. They are all amazing and it brings that Japan feel into your hands. It definitely shows the weirdness that is very Japan. This January box is definitely a love for those Pokemon fans, since it is Pokemon Themed.

As all the contents of the box were exciting, not all will play to your taste buds’ desires. My personal favorite (*aside from the Pocky, which is a favorite of every anime fan) would be the Fuku Fuku Tai Chocolate because of its chocolaty deliciousness, but wait there is a very close second which is the caramel corn! And my least favorite would be the Amazake Sake, it just really tasted so weird. All in all it was a very fun box!

Disclaimer: Tokyo Treat sent the box for review purposes only. Thank you Tokyo Treat!

Don’t forget to checkout my unboxing and taste test video!

For more Wanderlicious Photos visit Kuro Photography, here

And for more info of Tokyo Treat, here




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