Get $5 Off Tokyo Treat Box, Includes 20 Japanese Full-Size Snacks Delivered Every Month!

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Tokyo treat box in front of the Christmas tree

Tokyo Treat is a tasty gift for the whole family! 🙌🏼

Interested in trying some unique treats? If so, Tokyo Treat boxes should definitely be at the very top of your list!

Each box contains 15-20 full-size food and drink items from Japan, including rare flavors of Coca-Cola & Fanta soda, Ramen, Udon, Kit Kats, and sour and sweet candies! You could split these up into multiple gifts, play a one-of-a-kind tasting game, or treat your inner foodie!

Even sweeter, score $5 off your first Tokyo Treat order with code HOLIDAY23 at checkout!

(Psst! You won’t find these treats anywhere else in the US so consider grabbing one for just $37.50 plus shipping!)

Don’t let this deal disappear…

hand holding Tokyo box showcasing the items inside

Tokyo Treat Monthly Surprise Box $37.50
Use code HOLIDAY23 for $5 OFF
Shipping adds $12.50
Final cost only $45 shipped for your first box!

Note you can save even more by choosing a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription instead of the monthly option. This is a monthly subscription but you can cancel after your first month if you aren’t satisfied. If you’re concerned about food allergies, each box also comes with an allergy guide and a complete list of ingredients for each treat.

Trying to count the items in the image above? 😉 Not pictured are the wrappers of the ones we already ate (sorry, couldn’t resist 😆) Plus, about a dozen individually wrapped treats inside making this box truly shareable!

calpis japanese soda in glass next to can and treat box

Besides enjoying yummy treats every month, this box is also an excellent way to learn about Japanese culture, since these treats are truly authentic!

My grandparents who lived in Japan haven’t seen this popular Calpis Soda since living there!🤩

With the box, you receive not only Japanese food treats but also a culture guide relating to the theme, like this one about the Japanese holiday season. This would make an awesome nostalgic gift for someone who has lived in Japan or a great introduction to someone who is considering visiting there!

Hip Sidekick, Chelsey, & her family had a BLAST trying out the Tokyo Treat box…

This Tokyo Treat box was such a hit for my entire family! My grandparents who had lived in Japan were able to validate that these were really authentic treats and they were excited to try so many that they hadn’t tasted since living there! Let me just say that ALL of these treats were tasty – even the unique milk soda (that just tasted like regular lemon lime soda ;). This could make a really fun Christmas game, like blindfolded to try some new treats, or some really fun teen stocking stuffers since there are SO MANY treats included. Highly recommend trying this box at least once!  

Lina holding an open Tokyo Treat Surprise Box showing off the snacks

 Hip Sidekick Lina LOVED getting to experience a slice from Tokyo…

“Wow, this was so fun to open! My 17-year-old son was excited and teens are hard to impress LOL! We had so much fun trying these yummy snacks and treats! There is a book that explains each one but we kinda blind tasted everything. our favs were the candy. There was a green apple sour chewy one that is fantastic. The peach KitKats were a hit too. There was a fun DIY kit to mix up tiny ice cream candy that is fun.

My son really liked the sweet/sour pork rind-type crackers and the ramen noodles.

We give this box a big thumbs up!”

hand grabbing one of many japanese snacks

Still not sure? Check out these other reviews…

With the cost of traveling to Japan increasing recently, having a TokyoTreat subscription seems to be a bargain and can fill that longing for Japanese snacks until we can go to Japan again someday in the future. It’s amazing how much they can fit inside that box! Always full of surprises that are savory and delicious!

I enjoyed everything in my box…. even things I never would have purchased for myself! Even the things that sounded unpleasant from the description (jerky made from fish? Actually not bad!). This was a fun way to try new things, and nothing went to waste. I’ll definitely try another box sometime.

My Granddaughter is fascinated with all things Japanese and these top off our study of the culture in a sweet way.

I love these boxes. I always love the assortment of treats. Such an incredible combination of snacks and flavors. The KitKat variety is probably my favorite.

display of Tokyo treats on a festive platter

Someone you know wants a Tokyo Treat Box! 😉 Grab one w/ code HOLIDAY23 at checkout!

About the writer:

Krystal has an associate's degree from Devry University, with over 6 years of writing experience between multiple publications in the fashion, lifestyle, beauty, and health industries.

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Comments 3

  1. AmyA

    This looks like a great idea for β€œhard to buy for teens!” I’m going to get a box for my 16 year old daughter.

  2. Cassie

    I bought this for my son for Christmas, he’s 16! We did universal yums last year for the whole family and he loved it the most and so he’s getting this!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! SO glad to hear what a hit it was, Cassie! Thanks for sharing! πŸŽ‰πŸ€—

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