Tokyo Treat December 2022 Review: Santa’s Snackfest!

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Tokyo Treat December 2022 has arrived! Themed Santa’s Snackfest, this snack subscription delivered Christmas snacks for us to celebrate the season with. Everything was packed in a kawaii Christmas-themed box! From sweets to noodles and drinks, it will keep us full as we enjoy holiday festivities. Check out our review below to know more about the yummy goodies in the box!

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KitKat Milk Tea. This month’s KitKat selection was Milk Tea! This is a repeat for me, as I’ve had these before, but they taste just like royal milk tea!

Tongari Christmas Corn Chips. Basically Bugles. Crunchy, salty, and perfect for making witch fingers!

Salmon and Spinach Cream Pasta. A savoury spiral pasta in a salmon and spinach soup base. I liked that it was a different noodle shape, but I didn’t care for the fishy flavours.

Pocky Winter Caramel. Pocky wrapped in a sinfully sweet caramel frosting. These are probably in my Top 5 Pocky flavours!

Royal Milk Tea. To go with our Royal Milk Tea KitKats is the liquid version. This is pre-brewed royal milk tea in a great grab and go size! It’s cold and refreshing.

Starry Night Corn Puffs. Twinkle twinkle little star! These are lightly seasoned corn puff snacks. They had a savoury flavour.

Furuta Chocolate. Chocolate covered wheat puffs!

Caplico Stars. Yummy milk and white chocolate stars! Caplico makes great chocolate; I particularily love their faux ice cream cone treats!

Jagatteru Potato Snacks. Yummy potato snacks! These look and taste just like crunchy french fries!

Cheese in Snack. I was so sad there were only 6 pieces in the bag! These were PACKED with cheese flavour!

Mystery Candy. A classic ring shaped candy, reminds me of Lifesavers! These are a mystery, you don’t know what flavour it is until you try! Mine was cola, my favourite! They are much softer than Lifesavers though, and have a nice fizzy sort of texture.

Christmas Marshmallow. A yummy chocolate marshmallow. If you’ve ever had the marshmallows from MUJI, this is pretty much the same!

Christmas Fugashi. A traditional Japanese treat! This is a wheat puff sweeted with brown sugar.

Mini Nori Chips. I love these little packs of chips! These are nori (seaweed) salted, so they have a nice umami kick!

Maneken White Chocolat Waffle. I’m officially obsessed with these waffles. We’ve been sent a few different kinds now. I think I prefer the ones that have the filling on the inside, as the icing was quite thick and sweet.

The Christmas TokyoTreat box was full of holiday cheer and flavours! I loved seeing how Japan celebrates Christmas with food!

Tokyo Treat is a monthly Japanese snack and candy subscription box that is shipped directly from Japan. Tokyo Treat’s Japanese snack and candy subscription box is a reader fave and made the list in our 2022 readers’ choice picks of best snack and candy subscription boxes!

ICYMI, Tokyo Treat boxes just got bigger and better! Starting December 1 2021, they removed the Classic option to ensure all TokyoTreat subscribers received the full Japanese snacking experience. Tokyo Treat boxes are now $37.50 per month. Some of the yummy things you can expect in this new version include ramen, udon, soba, jelly, purin, and Japanese desserts. There will still be a Culture Guide, but it will now have 24 pages – which means more articles and cultural information about Japan!

What did you think of this month’s Tokyo Treat?

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