Tuesday, March 15, 2016


I have an amazing unboxing for you today from Snakku subscription service!
Snakku is an awesome company in which you pay money each month and receive a beautifully packaged assortment of delicious japanese snacks. They search all over Japan and work with local Japanese snack stores to bring you a carefully curated selection of snacks that you are sure to love. How cool is that?!

This subscription has four different options to choose from;
they have 1, 3 and 6 month subscriptions as well as a tasting box.
The boxes start at $15 and go up $227 for the 6 month subscription
1 month is $38.95
The tasting box is NOT available outside the US. Unfortunately, due to shipping costs, they do have to charge extra for shipping the Original Snakku Box internationally.

Shipping costs for international customers is $15 which includes Australia,
Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden & UK
Shipping to Canada is $5.

Also if they dont ship to your country you can email them at hello@snakku.com and request them to send a box your way, they try to please all of their international customers so give it a shot!

This month’s Snakku box features a 386 year old snack shop. Explore the snacks from this historic store in southern Japan.
  • Over 20 snacks. That's nearly 1.5 pounds of snacks!
  • Variety of snacks from a historic store near Nagasaki
  • Lots of different flavors: vanilla, chocolate, coffee, matcha, strawberry, etc.
  • Seasonal Hokkaido Pretz corn
  • Vibrant card describing the snacks and the story of the snack shop
  • Free traditional Japanese furoshiki wrapping cloth guide
    tirollian japanese snacks
    These renowned Tirolian roll cookies have been made using the same recipes and methods since the store opened in 1630. Using only the finest locally sourced ingredients from the island of Kyushu, they’ve continued to make these delicious treats for nearly 400 years. The inner cream filling comes in multiple flavors: chocolate (green wrapping), vanilla, strawberry, and coffee (brown wrapping).
    Tirolian Hat 
    Tirollian Hat Japanese snack
    The second most popular snack by Chidoriya. These wafer sandwiches are also handmade and are the perfect light snack for when you’re slightly hungry. They come in 3 flavors: lemon, strawberry, and coffee.
    hanachidori snacks from Japan
    These moist manju cakes are made with top-grade finely milled bean paste. They come in two flavors: mellow white bean paste and the rich yellow bean paste mixed with egg yolks.
    Tirolian Chococrunch 
    Choco Crunch Japanese snacks
    These mini-waffle crunch cookies are made with locally produced milk and butter, and baked for hours at a low temperature. They’re then dipped in rich milk-chocolate and baked again to give it a crispy texture

    What's In the Box?

    January Snakku Japanese snack subscription Box  Snakku January Japanese snacks box
    Over 20 snacks from a 386 year old snack shop which have been passed down through the generations.
    All of the snacks from this store are still made by hand using the original recipes.
    chidoriya japanese snack  traditional Japanese snacks
    Plus the popular snacks below:
    Pretz Corn: These pretzel sticks are super popular. This is the season Hokkaido winter corn flavor.
    Happy Turn: It's hard to describe these rice crackers but they are our personal favorites! They're both sweet and salty.
    Yaki Imo: Stone-baked Japanese sweet potatoes are very popular during the colder months. These mini cakes are made with real stone-baked sweet potatoes.
    Kuromame Senbei: These rice crackers have black beans baked right into them, giving them an earthy flavor.
    Lemon Yogurt Candy: A refreshing dual layered candy. Lemon on top, yogurt on the bottom.
    snacks from Japan  traditional Japanese snacks
I loved getting this box at my doorstep, I love the fact that they are the only subscription box service like this that supports local japanese candy shops. The price is a little steep for me, I wouldn't order the 3 month or the 6 month, but this would be a excellent gift with a ton of meaning to it for someone you love.



What do you think of the price and the goods that came in Januarys box?
Would you consider this subscription box for yourself or a friend?

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Some text and pictures in this post are from Snakku.com and are not mine.

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