Japan Crate is a Japanese Snack & Candy Subscription Box. They have several budget friendly options.
Japan Crate Mini is $12 a month (4-6 items), Original is $20 (8-10 items with guaranteed 1 DIY Kit), & the Premium is $30 (12-14 items with 1 Drink, guaranteed 1 DIY Kit & Bonus Item). Shipping is free. You can check out all the options HERE. A pop up will come up for $5 off. FYI: April boxes are now on sale. Check out the free bonus below!
This box was provided for review. Everyone receives the same items. There are 2 OR items. You get this or that. It’s marked on the information booklet.
This is the Premium Crate.
The booklet describes the items. It also shows the Mini & Original items! If your wondering about what comes in them you can check it out! This month they are featuring snacks from the magna series Dagashi Kashi. There are 4 of them.
Yuki No Yado Chips. These are sweet & salty rice crackers. Yuki No Yado means snowed in. Because of the frosting on the crackers. This is a large bag. I loved them, the kids hated them. More for me!
•Yaokin Roll Candy in Strawberry & Apple. These are packaged similar to fruit roll ups but with a jelly candy. Of course the kids loved these!
•Monster Stamp Candy. These are cute. They actually stamp.
We had so much fun. You just lick the bottom and stamp. So stamp something clean so you can eat it!
Kasugai Gummy Candy in Peach. There were 4 flavors this month. Lychee, Pineapple, Ramune, & Peach. I love peach! These are so flavorful too. I’m in love.. These are similar to Live Savers Gummies in shape & texture.
Umaibo Corn Snacks in Teriyaki Burger, Corn Potage, & Pizza. These are like corn Puff sticks. They were fun to try. We’ve never tasted anything like them.
•7 Stick Choco Cream. These taste like Nutella filled wafers. So good. Everyone loved them.
•Pine-ame Gummy Candy. These are gummy shaped pineapple slices.
•Sangaria Ume Plum Soda. This is refreshing like a Sprite but with a different flavor. I’ve never tasted anything like it. It is also sweet.
•Fue Ramune Candy. These are whistle candies. You blow through the hole and it whistles. Another fun item for us to try. This was a lot of fun as well.
Here’s the toy. Not quite sure what it is. It’s like a heart guy on a wheel.
Furuto Dodeka Bar. This thing is huge! Almost 10 inches. It’s a corn puff bar covered on chocolate. It was very good. Everyone was a fan & it was definitely big enough for us all to share.
Choco Kinako Mochi DIY. You add water to mochi pellets to moisten them and dip them in chocolate & kinaco. See pics below.
•Bonus Item: Sakupan Land biscuits. These are little Sakupanda chocolate & carmel biscuits. So good!
It even came with a fork.
Total Value is $1.87 per item. I can’t find all the items online to get an exact total. I think that’s a great value for these items. This box was so much fun too. This was our first time having Japanese snacks & it was great to share & try them with my family! We found some great treats that are delicious & new flavors we’ve never tried before. We already want another box =)
If you’d like to check them out you can do that HERE!
Every April box will have a Bonus Item from Amuse!