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Japan Candy Box: April Box Unbox & Review + Giveaway




I love surprises in the mailbox! This week, I received Japan Candy Box's April box and the package looked so cute I couldn't contain my excitement to unveil more cuteness within the box. Of course because they're snacks from Japan which is difficult to get hold of in Sweden, it got me even more excited to just rip all of them packaging open to heartily munch on them.


Well, good things must share so I could not just do that and not show you guys what's in it. I photographed the process of my unboxing so that you can experience the box. If you like what you see, you can get the real thing!




If you share your box on Instagram and #JAPANCANDYBOX, you will be entered into a draw to stand a chance to win a Japan Candy Mega Box worth over $100! Be creative with your photo entry for a higher chance to be picked.

Before you see the snacks itself, there is a cute content list to show you what you can expect. 
There is also a sweet handwritten note on the side!


Now, the moment you've been waiting for... 
let's see what's in the box!!!

Queue up sweeties... 
One by one...


Don't run away!!! You won't be able to escape my clutches! Your fate is in my tummy...



Hello Kitty Babies Boro Egg Cookies, 15g
So nolstagic, reminds me of 旺仔小馒头 I used to always snack on when I was younger.


Fujiya Anpanman Ramune Candies, 10g
Hard candies in different fruit flavours. It tastes a little like soda sweets.


Eiwa Strawberry Marshmallows, 4 pieces
Marshmallows with filling. Daniel liked this and it's in my fav 樱桃小丸子 packaging!


Morinaga Choco Balls - Peanuts, 24g
Chobo Chobo Biscuits, 16g
Nissin Coconut Sable Cookies, 20g


Candemina Sour Candies, 42g
Happy Nikukyu Cat Paw Gummies, 40g
 I love Japanese gummies! They just taste different from the rest.



Crayon Shin Chan Butt Pudding DIY Kit, 16g
This was super fun to make! And it tastes good as well. Yummy butt HAHAHA!


Nissin Crisp Choco Corn Snack, 8 pieces
This tastes like chocolate cornflakes, light and chocalatey.

Overall:
Quality  ★★★☆☆
Variety  ★★★☆☆
Value for Money  ★★★☆☆

I love the adorable packaging and some of the snacks were really tasty. However, I feel that the snacks could be more unique or hard-to-get on the market kind of variety. Shipping is free worldwide, which is really awesome. The box was shipped from Singapore on 29th April and I received it at Sweden on the 9th of May, so it is about 2 weeks as stated on their website. Once the box is shipped, they will send you tracking information in an email as shown below (so you'll know where your box is at any point of time yippee!!)


It is a good option for those living in a country where you cannot get hold of any Asian snacks, as it's delivered right to your doorstep. If you're a big fan of Japanese snacks and love surprises every month in your mailbox, this is definitely one of the subscription boxes you can consider. You can head to Japan Candy Box here. They also have the Kawaii Box and Blippo, with free worldwide shipping too.

Stay updated with Japan Candy Box's news by liking their Facebook page or follow them on Instagram @japancandybox



As my blog reader, you can also stand a chance to win your own box right here!

It is open internationally so anyone can participate!
Giveaway ends on the 30th May 2016.
ONE winner, is randomly selected by Rafflecopter.
Winner wins 1 Japan Candy Box.

The winner will be announced on this blog, my IG and Twitter.
You can message me if you have any questions.

NOTE:
There is no need to complete all the giveaway entries but the more gadgets you enter,
the more chances you have to win the box! 

Good luck everyone! 
Share it with your family and friends so they have a chance to win too!

The giveaway has ended! Big thank you to all the participants! 


Disclosure: I was provided with April's box from Japan Candy Box for the purposes of this review.
No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

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