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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.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Freedom Japanese Market ships from Japan on a monthly basis. International shipping generally takes between 10 to 20 days.
As usual, this box was packed full!
The September 2017 Freedom Japanese Market included the following items:
~Umaibo Tonkatsu and Umaibo Mental: Tonkatsu tastes like pork cutlet sauce while mental tastes like pollack fish roe. The Tonkatsu was great, but the mental? That’s a nope.
~Cheese Arare: Cheese Arare are bite-sized cheese flavored rice crackers. I loved these. Very flavorful!
~Orange Queen: Orange Queen is an orange flavored yogurt, and my kids loved it. I am not sure how it doesn’t need refrigeration, but it tasted great!
~Caramel Corn: These aren’t caramel corn popcorn, they are puffed corn. This month’s flavor is fruit au lait. They were interesting. Almost like a smoothie?
~Kaki no Tane: These are rice /peanut mix crackers flavored with a unique saucy flavor. They are crunchy and on the smaller side, but pack a ton of flavor.
~Champagne Cider: These alcohol-free candies are champagne cider flavored. They actually do taste like champagne and are quite delicious.
~Pineapple Chips: I’d eat these every day if they were available near me! The flavor is unexpected but so good!
~Choco Daifuku: This is a sweet mochi with a chocolate filling. Not my favorite treat, but that’s mainly due to the mochi texture.
~Kinbaku Iru: These soda flavored candies each come with a tiny fortune!
~Bonus: Candy Mic: This microphone shaped container is filled with ramune candy! Ramune is a carbonated soft drink popular in Japan.
~Little Gang: If you like pop rocks, you’ll love these!