Fuel the love for Japanese snacks with a TokyoTreat box. This Japanese candy and snack subscription box offer all customers a unique and interesting box of goodies delivered right to their doorstep to enjoy. Customers will get to widen their view of the Japanese snack world with each box. Here’s our review of the TokyoTreat box.
Inside a TokyoTreat box
These TokyoTreat boxes are themed according to the season. Each box has 17 premium different snacks that consist of brands that are not commonly seen in Singapore and some popular and more familiar brands such as Poky and KitKat in unique flavours.
The box will also come with a pamphlet that has descriptions of each of the snacks and some interesting facts about Japan. There are also promotions and competitions that customers can participate in.
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These 17 snacks can be classified into different categories, namely: popular snacks, party pack snacks, anime snacks, dagashi, DIY kits and drinks in interesting flavours. Customers will be able to have both classic snacks and premium snacks depending on the subscription plan.
Premium snacks in a TokyoTreat box
Here are some of the premium snacks that we got to try in our November Fall-themed snack box.
We had a sip of this fizzy soda in a limited edition white peach flavour. We really liked that the peach did not taste artificial at all and the light peach flavour was refreshing and sweet. This drink served over ice was a perfect way to cool down a hot afternoon.
KitKat Mont Blanc
Have some major fall vibes with the KitKat mon blanc. This KitKat is made with a chestnut flavoured chocolate with a rum cream centre. This KitKat has multiple packs of mini KitKat chocolates so that they can be savoured over a longer period. Each wafer contains 0.01% alcohol content.
Koala March Butter & White Chocolate
Made with fermented butter and white chocolate, the filling of the cookies tasted like sweet maple butter. The buttery mouthfeel and the crunch biscuits made each bite very enjoyable and it wasn’t long before we realised we had finished the entire box.
Umaibo Cinnamon Apple Pie
This treat reminded us of a light crisp airy apple pie. A perfect snack with all the flavours of fall, we enjoyed the sweet sugared apple flavour and the hints of cinnamon. This was one of our favourite treats and the cute packaging made it even more enjoyable.
Strawberry DIY Candy Kit
One of the fun snacks that are included in a TokyoTreat Box is a DIY snack that allows customers to have fun assembling their treats in their own way. We liked that there was a brief translation of the Japanese instructions in the pamphlet. The biscuits were a little too soft for our liking but it was a fun experience putting these ice creams together.
Other Classic Snacks
There were also other unique treats such as a delicious blueberry pocky snack, an okonomiyaki flavoured corn puff snack, chilli tomato chips and more. Many of these snacks were not commonly seen in the various Japanese stores in Singapore, making unboxing this subscription snack box a unique experience.
How to get a TokyoTreat box
The fun of receiving a gift every month is also a great way to treat oneself. Looking through the past snack boxes reminded us of some snacks that we fondly remember trying during our last visit to Japan. We weren’t able to taste them again since then and having a chance to try them again via TokyoTreat was exciting.
To find out more about how to get a TokyoTreat subscription box of your own, visit the website here.
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