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TokyoTreat | May’s Spring Fever Japanese Snacks

By Vanessa
June 03, 2017

Nectar Peach & Cherry Blossom Juice

An iconic drink in Japan, Fujiya Nectar has also proved popular with our subscribers. This time, we bring you the special, limited edition which not only use the puree of white peach but extract from cherry blossom flower to give the perfectly juicy drink a floral touch. Refrigerate and shake well before drinking for best taste.

Kit Kat Baked – Butter Cookie Flavor

These Kit Kat that can be enjoyed in 2 different ways. Eat them as is or bake them in an oven toaster for 2 mins to enjoy a completely new Kit Kat sensation in a buttery cookie flavor. *Snack contains 0.17% alcohol.

 

Kit Kat Winter Edition Everyday Luxury

Enjoy these special KitKats from the Everyday Luxury series. These winter edition Kit Kats come in both milk and white chocolates and have bits of  dried cranberries and almonds on top. *The white chocolate contains 0.36% alcohol and is rum scented.

Dagashi Bag

Enjoy the combination of 4 random dagashi snacks and 1 Umaibo that’s included in your box every month. What snacks did you get this month?

Shake Shake Yogurty Fruit Gummies

Tasty fruity gummies you can enjoy in 2 different ways. Try the orange, pineapple and apple gummies on their own or shake them up with the yogurt powder included in the package for a delightful yogurty treat.

Melonpan Mini-Cookies

The classic Japanese sweet bun, Melonpan can now be enjoyed in a cookie form! Melonpan gets its name from the fact that its appearance resembles a cantaloupe. Enjoy these crusty but light cookies that will remind you of Japan.

Pocky Mild Milk Cocoa

Pocky Mild makes an appearance in your May box and this time we bring you the newly released Milk Cocoa flavor! The Mild series not only boasts a more subtle sweetness but also uses no artificial coloring or fragrance.

Waraku No Sato Yōkan

This month, we bring you one of the most traditional of wagashi snacks! Yōkan is a thick jelly snack made of red bean paste, sugar and agar. This time we bring you Waraku No Sato’s velvety variety. Enjoy with green tea for a real Japanese snacking experience!

Taiyaki Chocolate Monaka

Taiyakis are fish-shaped traditional Japanese pancakes usually filled with sweet red bean paste. This time we bring you a light wafer snack that’s influenced by the Japanese snack but instead filled with very airy and smooth milk chocolate.

Hana Kappa DIY Gummy

Try your hands at making this cute and fun Hana Kappa DIY Gummy. All you need is water to make a cute character from the popular Japanese anime. Gummy parts come in soda, lemon, apple and grape flavors.

Gochi Kiwi Gummy

Enjoy these super chewy and juicy kiwi flavored gummies. Filled with 3500mg of collagen and covered in textured sugar to perfection, the semi-tart gummies make for a great light snack!

Doraemon Chocolate Snack

To celebrate the release of the new Doraemon out in Japan, Tohato released a tasty limited edition Doraemon chocolate snack. The light corn snack is said to be enjoyable at room temperature or chilled or even frozen!

Calimero Mobile Phone Strap

This month, we bring you the cute Calimero phone strap that can only be purchased at specific souvenir stores in Japan. Which of the 4 cute Climero straps did you get?

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Hello guys! I grew up in Australia and love nature. Please say hi if you are from the area! My goal is to taste all different Kit-kat flavors from all over Japan!

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