Japanese Treats Snack Subscription Review

I recently traveled to Maine to complete an artist residency at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, which I will blog about in the near future.  Now I am back and ready to indulge in candy decadence!

Before I left for my trip, the company, Japanese Treats, contacted me to see if I would be interested in reviewing their snack subscription service. As I am in the business of reviewing Japanese candies, I was excited to give this a shot! They recently sent me a package of  eleven items consisting of Japanese candies, cookies and savory snacks.

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Below are product shots of the snacks contained in the package.

Chokobi: chocolate flavored cereal stars by Tohato

Chokobi: chocolate flavored cereal stars by Tohato

Ju-C: grape flavored hard candy Kabaya

Ju-C: grape flavored hard candy Kabaya

Maze Maze Drink: soda flavored taffy by Meigum

Maze Maze Drink: soda flavored taffy by Meigum

Kino no Ko no Yama: mushroom-shaped biscuits with a chocolate cap by Meiji.

Kino no Ko no Yama: mushroom-shaped biscuits with a chocolate cap by Meiji.

Zoo Crackers: Animal-shaped butter cookies.

Zoo Crackers: Animal-shaped butter cookies.

Don Don Yaki: Japanese rice crackers flavored with Northern Japanese frying sauce.

Don Don Yaki: Japanese rice crackers flavored with Northern Japanese frying sauce.

Kyabetsu Taro: Octopus flavored corn puff snacks. Though I stopped eating meat, I taste-tested this for the sake of my viewers. :-)

Kyabetsu Taro: Octopus flavored corn puff snacks. Though I stopped eating meat, I taste-tested this for the sake of my viewers. 🙂

Fortune Telling Candy: A hard candy that can predict the future!

Fortune Telling Candy: A hard candy that can predict the future!

Pakuncho: Cookie biscuits filled with creamy chocolate.  Disney characters are imprinted on each cookie.

Pakuncho: Cookie biscuits filled with creamy chocolate. Disney characters are imprinted on each cookie.

Pudding Flavored Kit Kat: White chocolate coated cookie wafers.  This is a bake-able food item!

Pudding Flavored Kit Kat: White chocolate coated cookie wafers. This is a bake-able food item!

Nigi Nigi Osushiyasan: Diy gummy candy set.  The gummy rice can be paired with different seafood-shaped gummies.

Nigi Nigi Osushiyasan: Diy gummy candy set. The gummy rice can be paired with different seafood-shaped gummies.

Of all the subscription services I have tried thus far, this has been the best!  Every snack contained in the package was excellent in my opinion, which is a very rare occurrence. If you are interested you can check out the Japanese Treat website at:   www.japanesetreats.com

If you would like to watch my video review of this snack subscription, you can watch it below.

One Comment on “Japanese Treats Snack Subscription Review

  1. Pingback: Wonderful Review from Adorable Mayhem | Japanese Treats

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