Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

If you love Japanese snacks and sweets Japan Fun Box is a convenient way to get a huge assortment of Japanese food sent to your home from Osaka. Compared to many of the Japanese subscription boxes on the market, Japan Fun Box original and family sized box pack much more food in one box.

The Original Box –  $32.99 a month with free worldwide shipping

The original box comes with 15-25 sweets or snacks with some additional sample-sized treats. Within the original box, you get 1 DIY candy kit, and 1 special item such as a drink, or toy.

Family Box – $49.99 a month with free worldwide shipping

The family box comes with 20-35 sweets or snacks plus some additional sample-sized treats. Within the box, you will find 1 DIY candy kit, 2 special items (toys, drinks etc), 1-2 premium noodle packs.

 

Inside My Japan Fun Box

    • Crunky chocolate bar
    • Meiji kinoko no yama (mushroom shaped green tea and strawberry flavored treats)
    • Sasha chocolate
    • Konbu tea
    • Chopsticks
    • Pretz roast sugar
    • One Peace Man chocolate snack
    • Slowbar (chocolate hunger suppressing bar)
    • Yakisoba taro (noodle snack)
    • Butame snack (salty snack)
    • DIY hamburger candy kit
    • Toy sword
    • KitKat
    • Cola gummy
    • Shegkix (old fashion sweet treat)
    • Corn snack
    • Fuwairo ramune (candy that tastes like ramume)
    • Puccho (gummy candy)
    • Gemai buran (pistachio filled bran crackers)
    • UHA Kororo (fruit gummy)
    • Ghutto guranora (healthy granola snack)
    • One Peace Man candy
    • UHA sakeru gummy (grape flavored gummy)
    • Seaweed soup
    • Sukisuki konbu (sweet konbu snack)
    • Fried potato snack

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: Crunky chocolate bar, Meiji kinoko no yama, Sasha chocolate

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: Konbu tea, chopsticks, Pretz roast sugar

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: Slowbar, Butame snack, Yakisoba taroJapan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: DIY hamburger candy kit, toy sword

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: cola gummy and KitKat

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: Shegkix, corn snack, Fuwairo Ramune, and Puccho

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review

Left to right: Gemai buran, UHA Kororo

Japan Fun Box Unboxing & Review Left to right: Ghutto guranora, One Peace Man candy, UHA sakeru gummy

 Japan Fun Box Unboxing & ReviewLeft to right: Seaweed soup, Sukisuki konbu (sweet konbu snack), fried potato

The Japan Fun Box would make an excellent gift for people who like to travel, or are interested in Japan. After trying a huge assortment of the Japanese food subscription boxes on the market, The Japan Fun Box is one my favorites as it offers such a huge amount of diverse Japanese snacks to enjoy throughout the month.

Interested in trying the Japan Fun Box? Order now.

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