October Japan Crate Unboxing!

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!

October’s box is Halloween themed so I was super excited! Again, I purchase Mini box which runs at $12 a month.

What I Recieved

Halloween Ponsuke – I love the cute packaging for this (along with the other snacks)! These are slightly sweet wheat flavored things.

Halloween Umaibou: Corn Potage – This snack is based on the popular Japanese soup, so I’m curious to try this.

Pumpkin Lollipop – Such a cute snack! I usually don’t eat green apple flavored candy, but this one sounds good.

Hi-Chew Assorted Halloween – Not the biggest fan of Hi-Chew so I’ll pass these along to a friend.

Halloween Shimi Choco Corn – These puffy corn snacks are so delicious. They have a light texture, but it’s filled with flavor.

Overall Thoughts

All in all, another awesome box from Japan Crate! I was super excited since I knew it would be Halloween themed and I love how they changed the look of the box to give it a cute and spooky feel. Like always, it has a fun variety of snacks and candy to try (a good balance between the two). I’m most excited to eat the Shimi Choco Corn as I really enjoyed the Coconut flavored one I recieved in last month’s 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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