Freedom Japanese Market November 2017 Subscription Box Review

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Freedom Japanese Market is a candy and snack subscription box that ships their goodies straight from Japan! It is curated by a family who hand-picked all the snacks. They also include a cute origami of the month. They offer three sizes of box and the price includes shipping worldwide! For a Canadian subscriber, that’s a relief! This box is the Original Pack ($24.99/month).

DEAL: Get free bonus candy in your first box! Use coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION. Type in the code to the order notes before checking out.

Every box includes an origami design by Sanae!

This is the contents of the November box! They have rearranged the info sheet to show the levels of the two boxes.

Everything in this box!

Curry Arare is a pack of curry flavored corn puffs in different shapes. It’s a famous souvenir gift in Japan. These were a bit of a strange texture (it felt like I was eating styrofoam chips!) but the curry flavour was great.

Shittori Ichigo combines strawberry and chocolate in one delicious snack. These flavored cookies are so light and airy. It’s crunchy at first bite but later on melts and the sweetness just scatters all over my mouth.

Bubblish Ramune Candy forms fizzles when you put it in your mouth. It tastes just like soda!

Christmas Umaibo is a Japanese puffed corn snack, perfect for anyone who loves savory treats.

Merry Christmas Umaibo is pretty standard with a corn puff flavor that has a light sweetness. The best part is the light chocolate coating that makes the snack so rich and creamy. I love the mixture of chocolate and the crunch from the umaibo!

Sanrio Gum comes in a kawaii wrapper. It’s so soft and really fun to chew.

Wata Gashi is a pack of sweet cotton candy. Kids will surely like this one! I did too… I don’t share!

Mugi Chocolate has sweet rice puff at the center and a rich chocolate coating.

Mike Popcorn is a Japanese take on the popular Western snack. I wish that the bag is bigger because it’s incredibly good.

Puchi Potato Chips are thin like Pringles and every bite really tasted like peas! I thought at first it was a weird flavour combo but it worked!

Fluffy Softmallow is a piece of twisted marshmallow in pastel colors. It’s sweet and addicting.

Puchi Chocolate are tiny candies with a hard outer shell and chocolate at the center. Its container makes snacking super convenient!

It’s another batch of yummy snacks from Freedom Japanese Market. I would love it more if they will include one or two larger items, but overall I am already pleased with the selection of savory and sweet treats!

What’s your favorite snack this month?

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