Tokyo Treat March 2023 Review: Japan’s Best Bites!

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Tokyo Treat March 2023 box was all about Japan’s Best Bites! This box was a feast for the senses, filled with all sorts of treats that delighted our tastebuds. From savory snacks like seaweed-flavored chips to sweet treats like melon-flavored KitKats, it was surely jam-packed. See all the yummy Japanese treats in our review below!

KitKat Melon. The refreshing flavour of Melon in a KitKat format!

Yamayoshi Korean Nori Chips. Nori (seaweed) adds a slightly salty taste of the ocean to these potato chips. Highly recommend them!

Pure & Natural Apple Gummy. These gummies have an authentic apple flavour!

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows. Mini marshmallows are coated in yummy chocolate for this addicting treat!

Curry Corn Puffs. Corn snacks with a light curry flavour. These are not too spicy but have the familiar spices that remind me of curry!

Corn Potage Snacks. Classic corn potage is a popular flavour for snacks in Japan, which was always strange to me when I first tried them. But these snacks are savoury and yummy!

Maeda Crackers. These crackers are famous in Japan! They have a very light salty-sweet flavour!

Cola Ring Pop. This treat is exactly like the retro Ring Pops of the 90s! This one is cola flavoured, and I absolutely wore it on my hand!

Fizzing Candy. A delicious fizzy ramune style candy. I got grape flavour!

Ume Candy. Umeboshi, or sour plum, is a popular flavour in Japan, but for me I don’t like it so much. Still, these were pretty good.

Fruit Gum. Four different flavours of fruit gum including green apple, yogurt, and peach! These were among my favourite treats in the March box!

Mito Style Udon. Udon is famous for its thick, glossy noodles. This variation has lots of delicious umami broth and a slight fishy flavour. I love udon because it’s so filling!

Sangaria Tsubumi Orange. A sparkling orange soda bursting with flavour and little bits of orange pulp too!

Jagatteru Potato Snacks. I love these snacks because they are basically just giant French fries! Delicious, crunchy, salty — they’re the best!

Pocky Heartful Blueberry. The classic Pocky cookie mixed with a juicy blueberry icing is the perfect combo for warmer weather!

This month’s Tokyo Treat was packed with a mixture of tasty treats, both salty and sweet. I think the value of this box is always great, especially with a drink, ramen, and often a baked item too! If you’re a fan of Japanese snacks or just want to try something new, this snack box is the perfect way to indulge your taste buds and satisfy your craving for adventure. It also delivers on its promise of bringing Japan’s unique and authentic flavors without you having to leave home!

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 made it to the list of our 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!


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