Monday, April 20, 2015

Japan Crate March 2015 Premium


JAPAN CRATE is a monthly Japanese Snack/Candy Subscription Service that delivers a half pound to two pound of snacks, candies and DIY's to your doorstep monthly.  Japan Crate offer 3 subscription boxes the Mini, Original and Premium.  All candies and snacks are in full size.
COST:  Choose from 3 boxes:
SHIPS WHERE:  They ship to any country , but if you are outside United States and additional of $10 - $15 will be added per crate depending on what box you choose.

CANCELLATION:  When you first subscribe, Japan Crate will be sending you an email link on where to cancel your subscription. So you have to save that link if you decide to cancel your service. But if you do lose it just email info@japancrate.com


WATCH AND SEE WHAT I GOT:


PREMIUM JAPAN CRATE
MARCH 2015

BOX COST:  $30          BOX VALUE:

Packaging


Info Card

Comic Strip on what was going on with their company and the products that has gotten caught up by the storm while on the way to USA.

List of all snacks and candies 

The MINI will be getting snacks on the left side, the ORIGINAL will be the snacks at the middle plus MINI, then PREMIUM will be getting the drink and snack on the right plus MINI and ORIGINAL.

First Glimpse


WHAT'S INSIDE MY BOX:

1.  FUJIYA MILKY


This truly tasted like a sweetened condensed milk. It is hard to chew at first but as you go on it becomes soft and chewy.  I liked it.

2.  LOOK A LA MODE CHOCOLATES

 

This chocolatey have different fillings. The first left row have banana fillings, the second one have almond fillings, the third have strawberry and the last one at the right have caramel.  Among the four the one that i liked is the Strawberry and the least would be the bananas.

3.  ANPANMAN PERO PERO LOLLIPOP


Anpanman is a popular Anime in Korea. They had turned him into lollipops. My son liked this a lot.

4.  CHOCOLATE UMBRELLA


This chocolate is shaped like an umbrella.  The flavor that I got is in Strawberry.  It was smooth and creamy.

5.  TAKOYAKI GUMMY DIY


Takoyaki is a famous street food in Japan.  It's an octopus cooked in dough and covered in toppings.  My kids love doing DIY's candies.

6.  FIT'S NIGHTLIFE GUM


I love the Fit's Gum.  I think I got the peach flavor.  The packaging is really nice.  It has a magnet that keeps the pack closed at all time.  This has been produced in a way that you don't have to peel the wrapper nor hold the actual gum.  When you pull out the gum half of it has no wrapper on.

7.  GLICO MATCHA GREEN TEA COLLON


The company who made this snack definitely had fun on thinking on what to name this.  But I think Collon is not that funny.  It just make it gross just thinking that this snack is made shaped like a colon.  Anyway the snack was just ok.  I really didn't taste the Matcha flavor but the wafer was crunchy though.

8.  CALPICO GIANT PANDA ICE CREAM CONE


Not a fave of mine nor my kids.  This wafer biscuit is airy and crunchy.

9.  SUNTORY C.C. LEMON


My daughter tasted this and she said that it tasted great.  This contains 50 lemons worth of Vitamin C.

10.  KABAYA PANDA COOKIE DIY


As usual, the kids had fun doing this.  It was easy to do and my kids really did a great job on it.  The chocolate was not too sweet.

11.  COUNTRY MA'AM VANILLA COOKIE


The cookie was delicious. We plan to buy more of this.

11.  SUPER MARIO CHOCOLATE POP (BONUS ITEM)


All the boxes have a Bonus Item just like this one.  It's a way of paying for sending the snack boxes rather late.  To tell you honestly, we haven't eaten this yet because it was just too cute to just eat it right away.

VERDICT:  This is our first ever box from Japan Crate.  We were happy with it most especially receiving not only one DIY kit but two.  My kids really love doing DIY candies.  We were quite satisfied with the March box and we plan to continue on receiving boxes every month.



RATING:

DISCLAIMER:  I bought the box with my own money and gave an honest review without gaining any monetary gains or whatsoever from the company.

WATCH MY ACTUAL UNBOXING:


                                                                                                     

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