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Japan Candy Box review and giveaway!

If you are following me on my social media, you already know how much a big fan of Asia I am.

My happiest moment of the year is when I leave for Indonesia for a month or more, to attend and host the MXGP or the Supercross.

One of my main goals in life is to visit Japan.

I have been in love with it for a long time, starting from the cartoons I used to watch as a kid, with Sailor Moon and Company, then with Karate that I used to practice with my dad, with the Japanese cuisine that you have seen here on the Wandering Cloud quite often among my reviews.

Also, my cat has a Japanese name, Kawa, which means river (and coffee in some other countries).

So while being quarantined, I had a lot of time to wander on the internet and, while watching an unboxing video of a Youtuber, I discovered the chance of receiving a monthly box of Japanese treats.

I stopped the video and ran on Google to search which companies were the best.

The winner was Japan Candy Box, a brand with a pastel-colored and super kawaii logo, and a great list of candies.

Click on the photo for a sweet surprise!

I got in touch with them and, as their marketing department liked my Instagram, they decided to send me a box for me to review it.

Honestly, keep the boxes coming.

Tasting candies, sweets, and snacks for a living is a life-goal.

Sign me up for that forever.

Due to the COVID-19 and the pandemic situation, my box arrived this week after almost three months of adventures around the world.

The customer service has been updating me the whole time and giving me a tracking number so I was able to follow the travel of my Japan Candy Box.

Another great point for them is that they deliver the boxes everywhere around the world, they have been delivering to over 120 countries up to now and it is free shipping worldwide.

So, no matter where you are, your Japan Candy Box will find the way to your heart.

Click on the photo for the GIVEAWAY!

They sent me the box in March, so I got the items listed for this box, which are:

Oyatsu Dagashi Party Pack
Glico Komekko Nori Wasabi Snacks
Crunky Sugar Bread Chocolate Bar
Puccho Brown Sugar Milk Tea Candies
Umaibo Takoyaki Snack Stick
Sanritsu Heike Pie Biscuit
Kyoshin Fruit Mochi
Morinaga Mysterious Chocoball
Meigum Silver Gabricchu White Soda Chewy Candy
Click on the photo so you can participate to the givaway!

I must admit that of all of these candies and snacks, I have never tried any of them.

So I decided to make a live try of all of them, plus some other candies I purchased on my own, and record my reactions while tasting them.

Happiest video ever shoot! I loved the snacks that were coming with the box I received, and though my video was not sponsored, I am very pleased to be able to say, yes! Japan Candy Box is a great subscription box!

This box is worth every penny and it will make you extremely happy when it will arrive straight at your door.

Minimini loves the corn caramelized chips!

As I want you to experience the same joy I felt when I saw the mailman walking towards my door with the purple and white Japan Candy Box, here is the easiest giveaway entry ever, click here to participate!

I am beyond happy about this collaboration born during the quarantine and I can’t wait to see who is going to be the winner of this giveaway!

The winner will be randomly selected with a lottery and he or she will be contacted by Japan Candy Box in order to organize the delivery!

Good luck and 頑張ってください!

(“Ganbatte kudasai” means do your best in Japanese)

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