Hey there, lovers of yummy Japanese snacks, the lovely people at the Freedom Japanese Market subscription box have given us a little sneak preview of what’s coming up in the May box!
Summer is just around the corner, and they’re celebrating a little early with a taste of summer theme in their upcoming May snack box!
These little beauties are Shittori Chocolate Cookies, and are one of their most requested snacks. These chocolate wafers are both crispy and creamy. They’re including a special 80 gram size bag in May’s original snack box so subscribers can enjoy more of their favorite snack!
Don’t have a subscription yet? Use the code FESTIVAL17 to get $3 off all Original and Family pack plans.
The Japanese Snack Box includes:
Free Shipping Worldwide
All products shipped straight from Japan.
1, 3, 6 and 12 month renewable plans available (longer plans have larger discounts) that will fit your needs.
Most items are sold exclusively in Japan, and contain some limited edition snacks and candies that are only in Japanese stores for a month or two.
(Note: The “Made for foreign market” versions of these products sold in most Asian markets are usually made in third party countries, and shipped in container ships to different parts of the world.)
An itemized list with pictures is included in each box, so you don’t have to read Japanese.
About a pound of candy and snacks are packed into each box.
We only ship products we would eat ourselves, and only send boxes we would be happy to receive as a gift.
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You can create a gift subscription that sends a monthly care package to a friend or relative.
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Check out our latest review of Freedom Japanese Market April 2017 subscription box!