This is a great little box of goodies that can be given as a gift or a present to yourself each month if you wish to try out something new, something a little different and definitely a bit mysterious.
There were 10 items in my box this month, mainly biscuit based, and complete with a candy DIY kit (which my son loves to complete).
Below is a detailed view of the delicious items I received, a vlog of the unboxing complete with views from a 5-year-old, and I'm very pleased to say I also have a rafflecopter at the end of this post for you to win yourself a Japan Candy Box - they're such fun you won't be disappointed.
What's in a Japan Candy Box?This month I received a festival themed box, with the following sweets included:
|Yaokin Christmas Chocolate Stick / Yaokin Christmas Corn Potage Snack Stick|
|Fujiya Anpanman Biscuits / Fujiya Milky Matcha Green Tea Candies|
|Pompompurin Pudding Gummies / Lotte Koala March Strawberry Biscuits|
|Morinaga Tsum Tsum Chocolate Biscuit / Hi-Chew White Soda Chewy Candy / |
Fujiya Anpanman Lollipop
|Meiji Mushroom Mountain DIY Kit|
Win yourself a Japan Candy Box
Finally, as a thank you for reading my blog or watching our crazy videos, I am very honoured to host a competition to give you a chance to win yourself next month's Japan Candy Box. All you need to do is complete one or more of the Rafflecopter options below.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
I received a Japan Candy Box to review. The above wording is all my own and not influenced by products received.