Freedom Japanese Market Review – June 2017


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Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017
Freedom Japanese Market sends unique Japanese candies and snacks sent straight to your front door! The following three box options are available: Puchi Pack ($12.99/month) which includes 5 to 8 Japanese snacks, the Original Subscription Pack ($24.99/month) which contains 12 to 16 full size and sample snacks or the Family Pack ($45.99/month) which includes double the amount of snacks the original pack contains.  I received the “Original” for review.

Freedom Japanese Market
Cost: Puchi Pack: $12.99/month. Original: $24.99/month. Family: $45.99/month.
Ships To: United States
Coupon Code: N/A
Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017
Freedom Japanese Market ships from Japan on a monthly basis. International shipping generally takes between 10 to 20 days.
Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017
This box was packed full!
Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017
The June 2017 Freedom Japanese Market included the following items:

~Pizza & Salad Umaibo: Umaibo is a puffed corn snack.  They come in different flavors and this month’s box included salad and pizza flavored ones.  The pizza had a bit of a kick to it which I liked, while the salad was less flavorful (but still good). I’m not sure what it tasted like, but I wouldn’t call it salad?

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Sono Manma Peach: I had no idea this was gum?  Or peach flavored for that matter.  LOL!  I thought it was a soft strawberry candy.  LOL!  The information card says that one of the gumballs is super sour, but luckily I didn’t get that one ;).

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Banana Man: Banana Man is a banana flavored marshmallow with a chocolate center.  It has the consistency of a circus peanut, but with a chocolate filling.  I loved it!Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Tohato Caramel Corn: This caramel corn is vanilla ice-cream flavored.  It’s not your traditional caramel corn; it’s actually a puffed corn – not a popcorn.  I could have eaten this entire bag.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

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~Konpeito: These are “traditional Japanese sweet, colorful balls of sugar.”  They taste basically as you’d expect – like sugar.  My children loved them.  LOL!

~Yakiniku Texas Corn: Korean BBQ flavored puffed corn is better than I thought it would be.  The unexpected BBQ / puffed snack combo is delicious.  I didn’t want to eat the entire bag, but I liked them.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Mike Popcorn: This is a lemon and pepper popcorn.  I can’t say that I have ever had lemon flavored popcorn before?  It’s interesting.  My mom was here when I was opening this box and was a big no on it. I’m not sure though.  I didn’t love it, but I couldn’t stop eating it either.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Karappa: These are corn puffed rings with the taste of fried soba noodles.  I thought these tasted like Funyuns which made them a winner in my book.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Minivita C: These mini hard candies give you your daily dose of Vitamin C. I really couldn’t pick out a flavor on these??

~Nericcho Soft:  This DIY kit lets you make your own strawberry ice cream cones. You just add water (how much is always a little confusing because it’s not in English) and enjoy.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Bin Ramune: I don’t know how else to describe this other than calling it an ice-cream cone of sugar. Because that’s what it is!  Flavored sugar, but still sugar. If these sold these locally, they’d be my children’s favorite snacks.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

~Awa Moko Moko: I am glad this box has an information card because this is a drink powder – I thought it was a sugar powder similar to FunDip!  It’s melon flavored and quite good!

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - June 2017

I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this box, but I loved the variety!  What do you think of Freedom Japanese Market?  If you are interested in subscribing, you can check them out here.

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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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