Bokksu January 2018 Theme Reveal / Spoilers + Coupon Code!


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Happy New Year! This month’s theme celebrates the New Year in Japan when everything is decorated in the traditional colors of red and white. Red and white are symbolically important in Japan as the colors of the Japanese flag but are also commonly used during joyous celebrations. Every year before midnight on New Year’s Eve, Japan tunes into the NHK Kouhaku Uta Gassen, a music program that splits the most popular singers of the year into competing Red and White teams. It’s a time to celebrate the year past and the fresh start to come. This month, we are delighted to welcome you into the new year with our delicious snacks curated around Japanese New Year’s colors and flavors such as red, white, and mochi!
The January 2018 Bokksu theme is “New Year Festival” and they have revealed snacks coming in the box next month:

Happy New Year! This month’s theme celebrates the New Year in Japan when everything is decorated in the traditional colors of red and white. Red and white are symbolically important in Japan as the colors of the Japanese flag but are also commonly used during joyous celebrations. Every year before midnight on New Year’s Eve, Japan tunes into the NHK Kouhaku Uta Gassen, a music program that splits the most popular singers of the year into competing Red and White teams. It’s a time to celebrate the year past and the fresh start to come. This month, we are delighted to welcome you into the new year with our delicious snacks curated around Japanese New Year’s colors and flavors such as red, white, and mochi!

Happy New Year! This month’s theme celebrates the New Year in Japan when everything is decorated in the traditional colors of red and white. Red and white are symbolically important in Japan as the colors of the Japanese flag but are also commonly used during joyous celebrations. Every year before midnight on New Year’s Eve, Japan tunes into the NHK Kouhaku Uta Gassen, a music program that splits the most popular singers of the year into competing Red and White teams. It’s a time to celebrate the year past and the fresh start to come. This month, we are delighted to welcome you into the new year with our delicious snacks curated around Japanese New Year’s colors and flavors such as red, white, and mochi!

Happy New Year! This month’s theme celebrates the New Year in Japan when everything is decorated in the traditional colors of red and white. Red and white are symbolically important in Japan as the colors of the Japanese flag but are also commonly used during joyous celebrations. Every year before midnight on New Year’s Eve, Japan tunes into the NHK Kouhaku Uta Gassen, a music program that splits the most popular singers of the year into competing Red and White teams. It’s a time to celebrate the year past and the fresh start to come. This month, we are delighted to welcome you into the new year with our delicious snacks curated around Japanese New Year’s colors and flavors such as red, white, and mochi!


Coupon Code
Use coupon code “INSIDER10” for $10 OFF any Classic Bokksu subscription or “INSIDER3” for $3 OFF any Tasting Bokksu subscription.


What is Bokksu?
Bokksu is a premium subscription box for people to discover authentic snacks and teas from all over Japan. Each box contains 13-15 artisanal Japanese snacks, a tea pairing that complements that month’s flavors, and a Tasting Guide that explains each item’s story. They source directly from snack makers in Japan and meticulously craft each month’s assortment, so you receive the best curation of snacks that can only be found in Japan.
Cost: $39/month
Category: Food / Snack Subscription Boxes
Reviews: Bokksu Reviews


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