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YOUR FIRST BOKKSU

Seasons of Japan

Take a year-round taste tour of Japan with our premium snack subscription box!
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YOUR FIRST BOKKSU
Seasons of Japan

Take a year round taste tour of Japan with
our premium snack subscription box!

GET MY BOKKSU

YOUR FIRST BOKKSU INCLUDES:

22 Japanese Snacks, Candies, & Tea

AUTHENTIC TREATS
Mochi, senbei, cakes, cookies, candy, & chips

JAPANESE TEA
PAIRING
New tea each month, from matcha to hojicha

FREE SHIPPING
On all subscriptions!

SWEET & SAVORY
A mix of authentic flavors for every pallette

BOKKSU EXCLUSIVES
From local makers made only for Bokksu!

24-PAGE GUIDE
Snack origins, allergen info, and more!


START YOUR BOKKSU JOURNEY!

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YOUR FIRST BOKKSU INCLUDES:

22 Japanese Snacks, Candies, & Tea

AUTHENTIC TREATS
Mochi, senbei, cakes, cookies, chips, & more

SWEET & SAVORY
A mix of authentic flavors for every palate

BOKKSU EXCLUSIVES
Made by local makers only for Bokksu!

TEA PAIRING
New tea each month, from matcha to hojicha

24-PAGE GUIDE
Snack origins, allergen info, and more!

FREE SHIPPING
On all subscriptions!


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new curated themes each month
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Founder Danny Taing walks you through your first Bokksu.

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A look into your first Bokksu:

Shiro Ebi Senbei

White Strawberry

Mocchan Dango Mochi

Tottori 20th Century
Pear Fromage Biscuit

Handmade
Yuzu Sake Candy

Seaweed Tempura: Setouchi Sudachi Citrus Flavor

Edamame Senbei

Dondon Yaki

Mini Red Bean Crackers

Black Sesame Taiko:
Kumamon Design

Matcha Chocolate
Stick Cake

Aomori Apple Caramel
Yakkoi Sable

Uni Rice Cracker

Tsukisamu Anpan:
Chocolate

Ishigakijima
Chili Oil Chips

Ashigara
Green Tea

Shiro Ebi Senbei

Manufacturer: Kuze Fuku & Co.
Common Allergens: Fish, Crustacean Shellfish, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: Mollusk Shellfish
Product of: Nagano Prefecture
Snack is: Savory
Vegetarian: No

Kuze Fuku & Co., a premium Japanese brand, collaborated with Hinodeya, who has been crafting incredible snacks for a century. This senbei is no exception. It’s flavored with shiroebi (white shrimp) and Kuze Fuku’s Traditional Umami Dashi for the ultimate savory rice cracker!

White Strawberry

Manufacturer: Bokksu
Common Allergens: Milk, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Nagano Prefecture
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

This is the world’s first chocolate-infused strawberry! Strawberries are harvested, freeze-dried, infused with white chocolate, and cooled, for a chocolate with all the flavor of a fresh strawberry!

Mocchan Dango Mochi

Manufacturer: Kyoushin Seika
Common Allergens: None
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Aichi Prefecture
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: No

Hanami dango is a variety of sticky rice dumplings commonly enjoyed during the spring hanami (flower viewing) season. This trio of dango is covered in sugar and colored in the traditional pink, white, and green.

Tottori 20th Century Pear Fromage Biscuit

Manufacturer: Kotobuki Seika
Common Allergens: Milk, Eggs, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: Alcohol
Product of: Tottori Prefecture
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: No

This delicate biscuit is a luxurious blend of 20th Century Asian Pear (nijiseiki-nashi), rich cheese, and decadent white chocolate.

Handmade Yuzu Sake Candy

Manufacturer: Bokksu x Daimonji
Common Allergens: None
Also Contains: Alcohol
Product of: Kyoto
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

This candy is hand-crafted by the artisans at Daimonji exclusively for Bokksu. Our version blends yuzu juice and peel with sake for a refreshingly citrusy candy. This candy contains 0.1% alcohol content, so please consume responsibly.

Seaweed Tempura: Setouchi Sudachi Citrus Flavor

Manufacturer: Maruka Shokuhin
Common Allergens: Eggs, Wheat
Also Contains: Mollusk shellfish
Product of: Hiroshima Prefecture
Snack is: Savory
Vegetarian: No

These addictive seaweed sheets are battered, fried, and flavored with native Japanese sudachi citrus to create a crisp and tangy snack that will leave your taste buds tingling.

Edamame Senbei

Manufacturer: Senbei Lab
Common Allergens: Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Saitama Prefecture
Snack is: Savory
Vegetarian: Yes

Made with summer-harvested edamame bits baked into the cracker, this senbei is sprinkled with kinako (roasted soybean powder) and has a deliciously nutty crunch.

Dondon Yaki

Manufacturer: Kadou
Common Allergens: Milk, Peanuts, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Ibaraki Prefecture
Snack is: Savory
Vegetarian: Yes

Named after the sound of the beating taiko drums heard throughout festivals in Japan, these savory senbei are fried and marinated in tonkatsu sauce for a flavor that is tangy, peppery, and a little sweet.

Mini Red Bean Crackers

Manufacturer: Matsunaga Seika
Common Allergens: Milk, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Aichi
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

This golden cracker conceals a thin layer of red bean paste that adds a hint of sweetness. Its flavor is inspired by shiruko, a traditional Japanese dessert of sweet red bean porridge.

Black Sesame Taiko: Kumamon Design

Manufacturer: Iwata Corporation
Common Allergens: Tree nuts, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Kumamoto Prefecture
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

Each of these seedy “drums” are handmade in Kumamoto, hometown of Kumamon, by roasting almonds and sesame seeds and mixing them by hand with mizuame (sugar syrup) over heat. They’re then hand-pressed into discs and left to cool into this deliciously nutty snack.

Matcha Chocolate Stick Cake

Manufacturer: Nakajima Taishodo  
Common Allergens: Milk, Eggs, Tree nuts, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Osaka
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

This soft cake uses matcha from Uji, Kyoto, which is known for its high-quality matcha. Pairing earthy matcha with bittersweet chocolate chips gives this cake a rich, subtly sweet flavor.

Aomori Apple Caramel Yakkoi Sable

Manufacturer: Ragueneau Sasaki  
Common Allergens: Wheat, Eggs, Milk, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Aomori Prefecture
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

This cookie uses apples exclusively from Aomori, Japan’s “apple prefecture.” The addition of sweet apple-caramel butter gives this sable-style cookie a “yakkoi” (soft and chewy) texture.

Uni Rice Cracker

Manufacturer: Bonchi
Common Allergens: Eggs, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: Mollusk shellfish, Alcohol
Product of: Kumamoto Prefecture
Snack is: Savory
Vegetarian: No

These delicious fried crackers pull their lovely umami flavor from uni (sea urchin) and soy sauce. It’s savory and salty without being overly fishy, and the cracker’s oblong shape even looks like the actual sea urchin.

Ishigakijima Chili Oil Chips

Manufacturer: Nanpudo
Common Allergens: Milk, Crustacean Shellfish, Wheat, Soy
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Okinawa
Snack is: Savory
Vegetarian: No

Ishigakijima is one of the islands of Okinawa Prefecture. Their famous specialties include chili oil from shima togarashi (island red chili pepper), which gives these chips their bright, fiery flavor.

Tsukisamu Anpan: Chocolate

Manufacturer: Bokksu X Honma
Common Allergens: Milk, Eggs, Wheat
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Hokkaido
Snack is: Sweet
Vegetarian: Yes

Anpan is a sweet roll filled with bean paste. This brownie-like treat gets an upgrade with the addition of rich chocolate! This luscious desser t is best enjoyed paired with hot tea.

Ashigara Green Tea Aranami Kurofuji

Manufacturer: Kanagawa Ken Noukyo Chagyo Center
Common Allergens: None
Also Contains: N/A
Product of: Kanagawa Prefecture
Vegetarian: Yes

This green tea comes from the Ashigara district of Hakone. The plants grow slowly with less sunshine than other tea types, producing fewer tannins and resulting in a sweeter tea. When picked, Ashigara tea is also lightly steamed in a process called asamushi that makes a light-colored aromatic tea. Steep the tea bag in 200 ml/7fl oz of hot water for 40 seconds or to taste.

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