Japan Candy Box – January 2017

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

The January Japan Candy Box included these 10 Japanese snacks & sweets!

There were so many characters in this month’s box! Hello Kitty, Sakupan, Kyuro-chan and different Disney characters! Japanese candies and snacks are always packed in super cute boxes and wrappings. It’s almost a shame to open them and eat the contents! Here is a full list of the candies and snacks included in the January Japan Candy Box:

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

Fettuccine Mix Fruit Soda Gummies from Bourbon are getting really popular in Japan! They are shaped like fettuccine pasta – flat and thin, but soft as a candy cloud! The sweet fruit flavored gummy and the sour powder on top of the gummy make the perfect combination!

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ These cute Sakupan Chocolate Cookies from Kabaya have a cookie base topped with two chocolate layers, the top layer is white chocolate and the bottom layer is milk chocolate. These cookies look like a panda from both sides and the taste is irresistible!

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ Establish your own fruit and vegetable stand with this Yaoya-San Fruit & Vegetable Shop DIY Kit by Coris! The kit contains 3 different flavors of soft candy to make your fruits and vegetables from – grape, green apple, and lemon!

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ These tasty and soft Sour Grape Gums from Meigum taste like juicy grape and can make you pull a wry mouth! The grape chewing gum is perfect for sour candy lovers and other brave souls! Do you dare to try these?

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

Disney Choco & Strawberry Biscuits from Morinaga are crunchy and round strawberry chocolate filled cookies! Each one is decorated with a Disney character and in total there are more than 300 different!

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ These tasty and crunchy Hello Kitty Strawberry Biscuit Sticks from Kabaya are covered with delicious strawberry flavored frosting and easy to eat without getting your fingers sticky. The package features a cute picture of Hello Kitty holding a strawberry!

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ Genji-Pies are Japanese sugary pie biscuits made from the finest ingredients, and they have been enjoyed since 1965. The Sanritsu Genji-Pie package includes two biscuits and the biscuits are shaped like cute hearts!

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

Tirol releases a dozen different chocolate flavors each year, some regional and some very unique! This Tirol BIX Milk Chocolate package has a small piece of delicious and crunchy chocolate covered biscuit inside. Which flavor did you receive?

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ The Glico Popcan Disney Lollipop is shaped like Mickey Mouse and the package is decorated with your favorite Disney characters. Super cute! Which flavor did you receive? Cola, mixed fruits, ramune soda, muscat & grape, strawberry & peach or the mysterious secret flavour?

Japan Candy Box - January 2017

▲ These Strawberry Chocoballs are made by major Japanese snack maker Morinaga! They are very popular in Japan and these days available in a wide range of flavors. Kyuro-chan, the mascot bird for these chocolate candies, make the packages look super kawaii!

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13 Comments

    1. Hi Cristian! The Japanese candies are so exciting! You can subscribe to our box so you can try them every month! 😊

    1. Hi Cristian! You can also apply to be our Reviewer of the month, if you have a blog, YouTube channel or other social media channel! 💕

    1. Hi Roberta! You can subscribe to new, upcoming Japan Candy Boxes through our site easily! 😊 Or if you wish to get these specific candies, you can shop them from Blippo Kawaii Shop http://www.blippo.com! 😊💕

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