Thursday, 21 August 2014

Freedom Japanese Market Subscription Box


Taking your taste buds on a foreign culinary adventure is something everyone deserves a chance to do. I have always wondered what kind of snacks people in Japan have eaten but will never be traveling in that direction to see first hand, with Freedom Japanese Market subscription box I have the ability to taste and share with my family the amazing snacks from Japan. 
This is what I saw as I opened my box, an adorable hand made origami crane with a personalized letter and photo of the family behind the business. The letter was also they key to every item in the box. Each item is described perfectly so you know what to expect when digging into your treats. 
This is what my box contained: 
  • Chibi Maruko-Chan Marshmallow which is little marshmallows filled with grape jelly
  • Corn Soup Crisps which are chips that taste like delicious corn soup
  • Super Cola candies that taste like cola with a fizzy centre
  • Pocket Juice Stick that can be drank as is or frozen like a freezie
  • Strawberry Cheesecake Crunch chocolate bar
  • Corn Sticks that are puffed corn in different flavors
  • Chibichan Noodles are a tasty noodle snack that can be eaten as is
  • Takoyaki Balls are octopus flavored snacks
  • Konpeito is a traditional Japanese candy made of sugar crystals and flavoring
  • DIY Gummy Kit you just add water and make your own treats
  • Sour Lemon Gum Challenge is 3 gum balls, one of which is super sour
  • Makken Gummy is a gummy sticky hand
  • And a bonus candy called Fettuccine Gummy tasty gummies that are grape flavored
All of these treats were delicious in their own special way and my kids enjoyed every single one! Eager to try all of these new treats my kids were happily digging in without any fear of new flavors, they had so much fun. 
I was very surprised to see the amount of treats that were in my package and it is something that made me want to try more new flavors from Japan.  Freedom Japanese Market offers a lot more then just the wonderful subscription box I got. I highly recommend you check out their website to see everything they have to offer. 
Freedom Japanese Market


All the Japanese candy and snacks are selected, assembled and shipped by the team at Freedom Online Japanese Market. 
  • Free Shipping Worldwide!
  • Each box is completely packed with about a pound of handpicked popular, traditional and wacky Japanese snacks.
  • All candies and snacks are shipped fresh from Japan, and will never see the inside of a sweaty container ship.
  • Each subscription box contains many items sold exclusively in Japan.
  • You will only receive products we would eat ourselves.  We will only send packages we would be excited to receive.
  • You can secure your subscription through PayPal for 100% security.
  • As a club member, you will pay absolutely no renewal, handling or service charges.
  • You can cancel your subscription anytime, without fees or penalties.
 Only $25 a month and absolutely free shipping worldwide has to be one of the best prices for a subscription box! 


Anyone that orders a subscription via my referral will receive an extra candy free in their first box, all you need to do is mention in the order notes that you were referred by Funky Frugal Mommy! 
The wonderful owners of Freedom Japanese Market want your opinion on what Japanese snacks you would like to see in their subscription boxes so please feel free to leave a comment on what you think they should include. 

As well for my fellow bloggers and website owners, they have a terrific affiliate program where you can earn some extra cash as well. It is absolutely free to sign up and you will earn 5% commissions on your referrals! Check it out: http://www.freedomjapanesemarket.com/affiliates

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