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TokyoTreat Japanese Snack Shop

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If you ever read our subscription box reviews and wish you could try some of the snacks, then you’ll love the TokyoTreat Shop (now JapanHaul)! It lets you get your hands on some of the most popular and weird candy and snacks from Japan without having to pay for a full subscription. Best of all, there are huge discounts with up to 70% off! Here’s a few current favourites.

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If you’re quick, you can still get some Halloween Koala’s March biscuits and even share with a friend as they’re buy one get one free!

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How kawaii are these Hoppechan gummies? Not only is the packaging cute, but they’re cherry blossom flavour.

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There are some fun candy kits to make including chocolate covered bananas on sticks.

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And you’ll find famous brands too including Pocky and Pretz.

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There are even some kawaii items from YumeTwins boxes including accessories, stationery and plushies. This rainbow Alpacasso is just $8.

Check out JapanHaul for more, though be warned that trying these will make you want to sign up for a subscription box with TokyoTreat or YumeTwins even more! SCK readers also get $5 off a YumeTwins subscription with the code CUTEKAWAII

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