Freedom Japanese Market Review – November 2017


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

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

~Curry Arare: These are Japanese curry flavored mini rice crackers.  They look like a cross between vegetables and pasta noodles to me.  They are puffy but much tastier than I expected.
Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Shittori Ichigo: These are sweet and crunchy chocolate strawberry cookies.  They are light and so tasty that I basically wanted to eat the entire bag.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Bubblish Ramune Candy: I passed these on to my boys (they are 5 and 9). They are candies that fizz like soda in your mouth.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Christmas Umaibo: This Christmas Umaibo is corn potage flavored.  It just tasted like crispy puffed corn to me!

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Merry Christmas Umaibo: The Merry Christmas Umaibo had a chocolate coating with a “surprise” flavor.  I have no idea what it was, but I liked it.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Sanrio / Super Mario Bros Gum:  Fun packaging and my boys loved this!

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Wata-Gashi: This is the most interesting cotton candy ever.  Maybe just because it’s not fluffed yet?  Again though, boys thought it was yummy and didn’t even comment on the dense texture.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Mugi Chocolate: These have a chocolate coating and a sweet rice puff center.  Super tasty!Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017 Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Mike Popcorn: Freedom Japanese always sends the most interesting popcorn flavors.  This one tastes like Caprese Salad.  For real.  I need this to be a thing in the States.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

 

~Puchi Potato Chips: Puchi potato chips??  They taste like peas and spicy mayo, which I thought I’d hate, but I actually love.  I’d buy these if they were in the States too.

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Fluffy Softmallow: This is just what you think.  It’s a soft fluffy rainbow colored marshmallow stick.  My youngest loved it!

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 2017

~Puchi Chocolate: These reminded me of sixlets in a tic-tac package.  PERFECT!

Freedom Japanese Market Review - November 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.


About Jennifer

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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