Finally, a Foodie Subscription Box for Adults Without the Booze

My kids have had several subscription boxes over the years – for science, for travel, for books… their favorites are always the ones that offer snacks. Can you blame them?

Finally, a Foodie Subscription Box for Adults Without the Booze

I have always wanted to try a subscription box with treats, but I wasn’t after the type that offer the kind of candy you get mindlessly at the grocery store while you’re standing in line.

Sakuraco reached out to me and asked me to try their snack box, and I was all in. It features goodies from Japan that satisfy a more sophisticated palate than an 11 and 15 year old boy can appreciate.

Every month you’ll get a snack box that features authentic Japanese snacks – both sweet and savory – and a special Japanese tea.

My April box included 11 different snacks, a special blueberry hibiscus tea, and a lovely cherry blossom glass. Like this, all future themed boxes include 10-20 different snacks, a tea and a houseware piece, shipped directly from Japan.

Finally, a Foodie Subscription Box for Adults Without the Booze

My favorite treats included the crunchy cashew nuts encased in a sweet cherry coating, white chocolate covered strawberries, and the “cherry aromatic” mochi discs (about a dozen of them!)

There are several “adult” subscription boxes out there for foodies like me, but they all seem to be focused on alcohol. And while I’m not against a glass of wine… I was just looking for something more. So glad I found it!

Finally, a Foodie Subscription Box for Adults Without the Booze
Please note that the glass was included, but the crock and teapot are treasures I brought home from Japan myself.

More than a snack box

When I say the eats are authentic, I mean it. Sakuraco works with many Japanese family-owned businesses who dedicated their lives to the art of snack making. Each box includes a culture guide that explains the snacks but also highlights the “Makers” as they call them…their story and special gift to the trade.

It’s also a lovely way to share the Japanese culture with your friends and family. I lived in Japan for four years before moving to Atlanta, and I miss it dearly…. this box brought me right back to the vendors of Ameyoko near the Tokyo neighborhood of Ueno.

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Finally, a Foodie Subscription Box for Adults Without the Booze