TokyoTreat Box Review

It’s wintertime here in Minnesota and we’ve been spending a lot more time indoors. I’m always on the lookout for new family activities to do, and recently I came across TokyoTreat.

TokyoTreat is a monthly subscription box that sends snacks directly from Japan. I love subscription boxes like these because they give us a chance to try new things that we normally wouldn’t buy ourselves. It’s also a fun way to introduce my kids to different cultures and flavors!

In this post, I’ll share with you our TokyoTreat box, our review, and everything you need to know about the subscription!

Disclosure: TokyoTreat did provide us with a sample box but all opinions are my own!

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What is TokyoTreat?

TokyoTreat is a monthly subscription box that sends treats and snacks from Japan to your house. Each month the boxes have different themes and you’ll receive 17 full size snacks. Unlike other subscription boxes, TokyoTreat also does include a full-size drink in addition to the snacks.


Pricing for the boxes varies depending on how long you subscribe. The month-to-month option is $35 a month and then the annual plan is only $31/month (paid annually). All the boxes get the same amount of snacks inside so really the only difference is the savings in price.

All plans can be canceled at any time.

Inside the TokyoTreat Box

When my TokyoTreat box arrived the first thing I noticed that it actually was shipped directly from Japan, unlike some other subscription boxes. The box itself was also pretty big too!

I was so excited to open the box and see what snacks they sent! TokyoBox also includes a little pamphlet to explain what each snack is, and a little description of it since all the packaging is in Japanese.

inside the fall tokyotreat box

I received the fall box and inside I found:

Fanta Peach

KitKat Mont Blanc

Koala’s March Butter and White Chocolate

Umaibo Cinnamon Apple Pie

Strawberry Ice Cream DIY Candy Kit

Pocky Heartful Blueberry

Karamucho Kumamoto Chili Tomato

Chunky x Demon Slayer Collab Choco

Onion Taro

DonDon Yaki

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Constellation Chocolate Cookie

Umaibo Choco

Sour Paper Candy Grape

Porickey German Potato

Yakisoba Shop Taro

Texas Corn Okonomiyaki Flavor

Sparrow Egg Crackers

TokyoTreat Review

I was really impressed with the variety of snacks inside the box. This month had a lot of different types of snacks that I’ve never tried before and it was fun to do a tasting with my family. The theme of the box was Fall, and most of the treats either had fall packaging or were fall flavors – like apple pie!

I also like that TokyoTreat is also building a community. Inside the pamphlet that describes the snacks is also information on monthly contests they have for fans, and ways for people to connect with others. This is the first subscription box that I’ve seen that really works hard to connect fans and has fun monthly contests.

tokyotreat november snack menu

My only concern with TokyoTreat is I’m not sure how unique the boxes would be after a few months – after all, wouldn’t you run out of treats to send? I’m sure it would take a while before you got duplicate snacks, but it’s still something to think about.

Another thing that I did notice is that there isn’t a way to order more of a snack if you end up really liking it. It would be nice if TokyoTreat had a little shop so you could buy more of the snacks you like.

Overall I do recommend the TokyoTreat box! It’s a fun way for the whole family to try new and unique snacks and treats.

How to Subscribe to TokyoTreat

You can subscribe to TokyoTreat directly on their website here. They make it really easy to choose between subscribing on a month to month basis or

Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for a fun subscription box, I highly recommend checking out TokyoTreat. The boxes are full of yummy Japanese snacks and drinks, and are super fun to open. There’s also a ton of snacks in here so you’ll be able to enjoy this subscription box for a whole month!

Click here to check out this month’s TokyoTreat box!

Frequently Asked Questions

Where Does TokyoTreat Ship?

TokyoTreat boxes ship directly from Japan

How Often Are Boxes Sent?

The boxes are sent monthly. If you check their site in the middle of the month, you can see what’s coming up in the next month’s box!

When Will My TokyoTreat Box Arrive?

When boxes are ordered, they’re shipped out instantly and should arrive within a few days, depending on your country’s shipping method. Currently:

  • DHL shipping : 3-5 days
  • JapanPost Priority Shipping: 14-28 days
  • Surface Mail: 60-90 days.

Can I Cancel My Subscription?

Yes! Subscriptions can be canceled any time on their website.

Are Treats in English?

The treats are authentic from Japan so all the packaging is in Japanese. However, with each box that’s sent is a little booklet in English that explains what all the treats are.

Can I gift a subscription?

Yes! They do offer gift subscriptions on their website.


  • Ali Van Straten

    Ali Van Straten is the founder and journalist of Champagne and Coffee Stains. She is a Peloton expert, certified running coach and certified nutrition coach. Champagne and Coffee Stains provides information and resources on Peloton Interactive, running and recipes.

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  1. It’s no longer correct that you can cancel any time. They sign you up for an auto renewal. I’m out $150 because my daughter is moving and they refuse to stop the orders even though I contacted them the day the auto renewal went through.

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