Snakku is an authentic Japanese snack subscription box. The snacks that they include are high quality snacks directly from Japan that you can’t get anywhere else. You can expect about 10-13 tasty snacks in every box!
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With any 3 or 6 month subscription the box is wrapped in a traditional Japanese furoshiki wrapping cloth. I love Snakku's packaging!
Every Snakku order automatically enters you into our monthly Deluxe Box giveaway which has over $100 of premium Japanese snacks. Not only that but you get a free pocket travel guide to Japan e-mailed to you right after your order!
December's theme is "Winter in Japan".
Slow baked glazed manju cake filled with red bean paste from Hokkaido
Usagi Cream Daifuku
These tasty daifuku are made to look like Japan’s snow rabbits. The mochi outside is made with matcha green tea from the famous Uji region of Kyoto. The cream filling is made from milk from the snowy regions of northern Japan. Put the daifuku in the fridge for 30 mins before you eat it for the best taste!
This snack is a hit in the Ishikawa prefecture of Japan and has even been featured in numerous TV shows. It’s made with rice from Kanazawa, plum from the small town of Noto, and eggs from the hot spring city of Kaga. The snacks are made to look like snow covered tree branches or roof tiles.
Baked wheat biscuit topped with milk chocolate. These were very good, probably my favourite in the box!
Amaebi Age Mochi
Sweet shrimp (amaebi) is only in season in Japan during the cold winter months. These senbei are very light and puffy, and made at a legendary senbei shop in Tokyo. Oh and it’s made using real seasonal amaebi.
Very light and airy rice cracker topped with Japanese salt
-41°C Below Freezing
This baked almond white chocolate wafers represent the blistering cold winters of Japan. The name comes from when parts of Japan were a record setting -41°C in 1906.
These senbei rice crackers are made in the snowy region of Yamagata Japan and made with locally harvested Tsuyahime rice. The roasted rice grains in the senbei are made to look like snowflakes.
The perfect afternoon snack. Slightly salted, fun vegetable shaped puff crackers.
Mini Rice Crackers
Star shaped rice crackers are a perfect mix of sweet and salty.
Ramune Soda Candy
3 types of Japanese ramune candies: fizzy, chilly, and fruity!
December's Snakku was filled with lots of yummy snacks! We enjoyed most of them and it was fun trying all these interesting treats. It's hard to put a value on a box like this, but since these are all unique snacks directly from Japan that you can't get anywhere else, I think you'll find it to be a good value if you enjoy trying these type of snacks.
What do you think of Snakku?