Saturday, September 17, 2016

Japanfunbox: July 2016 Unboxing

It's been quite some time again! Anyone that knows me, knows that I love food. So you can imagine my excitement when I found out I was going to get to try out a Japanese candy & snack box from Japanfunbox*. Yes, this is the July box, and's September already.

Japanfunbox is a monthly subscription service that delivers Japanese candy to your doorstep with free worldwide shipping. They send you a box containing carefully selected fun and crazy Japanese snacks, candies, and DIY kits. The Original and Family box also includes bonus items. Since the company is located in Japan, they are able to send us the latest candies, as well as items with limited availability that even Japanese people may find hard to find.

There are three different plans you can chose from:
I received the Mini box to try out, which included 6 items for me to try out.

They ship to 100 countries and it's FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING.

Shipping from Japan to Texas took exactly 2 weeks for me, which is about the normal time when I order anything from Asia.

What I received:
Pizza Potato Chips 
Prune Flavored Pop Rocks Candy
Chocolate Covered Biscuits
Tomato Flavored Pretz
Grape Flavored Whistle Candy
(It really does whistle!!)
Chewy Candy
I enjoyed everything except the Ume-pachi. There was something not appetizing with eating sour prune pop rocks. Surprisingly enough, my favorite ended up being Shuwabo chewy candy. It literally made my mouth water as I was eating it! Overall, the only big disappointment for me was that there wasn't enough in the box. I wanted more!!!

If you're a huge fan of Japanese snacks and candy or have kids, than I highly recommend getting the Original $32.99/month subscription. It comes with 15-20 items, with a guaranteed DIY kit and special item.

This is a what came in the Original for those curious:
Japanese Candy & Snack Box - Japan Funbox
Have you tried a candy and snack subscription box?

* Referral link.

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