Japan Crate is a monthly subscription box starting at $12 (price varies by subscription) that ship worldwide and has free shipping! Each crate includes exclusive candy and snacks from Japan. In additional to candy and snacks, the crates also include a custom booklet that share descriptions of the products, , chances at monthly contests, and even a custom in-house manga.
Japan Crate also offera a few other subscription boxes too: a “Doki Doki Crate” filled with cutesy items (think plushies, cups, accessories), a “Kira Kira Crate” filled with beauty Items from Japan, and a “Umai Crate” that has a variety of noodles (ex. noodles from udon to yakisoba, spaghetti, soba, and ramen). Lots of choices to choose from!
December’s box had a Christmas theme for the holiday season! Since I love Christmas foods, I was excited for this box. Again, I purchased the Mini box which runs at $12 a month.
What I Received
Butter Cream Roll Cake – This sounds delicious. I like butter cream desserts so I think I will enjoy this snack.
Christmas Umaibo – Usually these are savory flavored, but the holiday edition is Chocolate flavored! Yum!
Constellation Chocolate – What a cute concept? Each biscuit comes with a different zodiac sign on the front!
Christmas Shimichoco Corn – This is my new favorite Japanese sweet snack. My friend from Japan also bought me these and now I have a good snack supply handy!
Christmas Fueramune – Such cute packaging! This ramune flavored candy!
December’s box was so much fun! A good variety of holiday snacks in this box. I appreciate them adding different flavors of the some of the previous snacks that were featured, but I wish they would put some different types of snacks in there. I do understand it can be sometimes pricey for some Japanese foods, but I’m sure there are some new things they could try. Other than I was happy with my box.
I look forward to subscribing to future boxes from Japan Crate! For more info about the subscription box visit: http://japancrate.com/
What subscription boxes are you subscribed to or recommend? Comment below!
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