Freedom Japanese Market Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | October 2017

freedom japanese market review
Freedom Japanese Market is a monthly subscription that sends treats and snacks directly from Japan. Each box contains a handmade origami and there are 3 sized boxes to choose from! The Puchi which contains 5-8 snacks and costs $14.99 a month. The Original which contains 12-16 snacks including a DIY Candy Kit for $24.99 monthly and the Family Box which is DOUBLE the Original Box for $45.99. If you subscribe to longer terms prices do go down!

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Here’s the Box Breakdown
first look in the freedom japanese market box
Our first glimpse inside the Freedom Japanese Market Box
what's in the freedom japanese market box
Everything that we received in our October Freedom Japanese Market Box. Another awesome mix!

So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert that lists each of the items in each different box for the month along with our origami
Because this is the October Halloween Edition what an awesomely spooky origami this creepy skull is!
Doki Doki Fishing DIY Candy
All you have to do with this DIY Candy Kit is add water to create grape flavored fish gummies. This was included in both the original and family packs for this month
Hot Chili Aerial
hot chili aerial
These aerated corn puffs have a bit of heat as well as 15 other spices. This bag was really big and we aren’t sure but these are definitely ONE OF our favorites from this month’s box
Both tasty and crunchy – these came in each box this month
Osatsu Snack
osatsu snack
This seasonal exclusive contained sweet potato chips that are both sweet and crunchy and completely unique!
We love the way they look too! These chips came in both the original and family pack for October
Halloween Umaibo
halloween umaibo
We love all the Halloween themed snacks in this box. This Umaibo has the cutest little package!
We almost don’t want to eat it… but we still do!
This umaibo was corn pottage flavored (which is a sweet corn flavor) and was in every box for October

These corn flavored pretzel sticks are crunchy and tasty! We’ve never had corn flavored and have to say that these are super tasty!
We shared these with the kids who really enjoyed them. These were found in both the original and the family boxes for October
Puccho Apple Candy
puchho apple candy
These chewy apple flavored candies were included in all of this month’s boxes. We received two (one for us and one for a friend!)
Pineapple Candy
pineapple candy
This cute candy came in a Halloween themed wrapper. This looked a lot like a Lifesaver and had a bright and delicious pineapple flavor. These were included in all of this month’s Freedom Japanese Market Boxes
Halloween Marshmallow
halloween marshmallow
We really enjoy these marshmallows with filling. This month’s inclusion had a cola flavored jelly filling which was kind of crazy!
These were included in all of this month’s boxes!
Puchi – Puchi Uranai Chocolate
puchi puchi uranai chocolate
This was this month’s bonus snack. These milk chocolates have a strawberry flavored crunchy outer shell… making them tasty and delicious!
Chocolate Umaibo
chocolate umaibo
This umaibo is a twist on the traditional savory puff and is dipped in chocolate! 
A bit smaller that other umaibo’s this was included in all of this month’s boxes!
Kaki no Tane
kaki no tane
These soy flavored crackers are salty and delicious! These were included in both the original and family boxes for this month

So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Freedom Japanese Market is a great way to satisfy your snack cravings especially if you have a discerning palate! The presentation is great, everything arrives perfectly. The quality is awesome. Everything is authentic and always tons of fun! And curation – is excellent. Always well rounded with a good mix of both sweet and savory snacks, Freedom Japanese Market is our favorite snack box!

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