Psst: You Can Get This Epic Japanese Snack Box for 10% Off Right Now

editor@purewow.com (PureWow)
·2 min read

Eating and getting packages in the mail are two of our favorite pastimes. So, it’s no surprise that we’re a bit obsessed with food subscription boxes—especially those stuffed to the brim with snacks. The latest assortment to steal our heart? The limited-edition cherry blossom snack box from Bokksu, a subscription service that ships curated, authentic goodies straight from Japan to your door. Better yet, you can save 10 percent on your first box with code PUREWOW10.

The limited-edition box was assembled in honor of cherry blossom season, a symbol of spring’s return in Japan and beyond. Each subscription box includes 20 to 24 Japanese snacks, candies and a tea pairing. The snacks range from traditional to modern; Bokksu even works directly with centuries-old food purveyors to create new snacks exclusively for their subscribers. Potential and past snacks include seaweed tempura, handmade yuzu sake candy, uni (aka sea urchin) rice crackers, plum-flavored potato sticks, red bean doughnuts, matcha chocolate cake and mochi.

You’ll also score a 16-page culture guide magazine that details the origins, flavors and allergens of each product in your box. Every box has a different theme, like Winter in Hokkaido, Tangy Citrus, Otsukimi Moon Festival or Autumn Harvest. Even better, your order includes free shipping all the way from Japan.

There are four subscription options to choose from: monthly, three-month, six-month and one year. The longer your auto-renew subscription, the more you’ll save per box—but if you change your mind down the road, you’ll have the option to pause or cancel anytime. If you subscribe before April 3 through the link below, you’ll also save 10 percent on your first box.

Buy it (from $40/month)

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