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Tea Gift Box

What makes our Japanese snack boxes the perfect present? Is it the exclusivity of the snacks, or the unique opportunity to explore Japan without ever leaving home? It could be our wide range of selections that fit anyone’s needs, wants, and interests, or it could be all three reasons combined! Your answer might be different from the next person’s, but the one thing that will always remain the same is the undeniable reach of our Japanese snacks.

Tea Gift Box

Our Makers Gift Boxes are specially curated by some of our closest partners, like Honma Anpan, Daimonji Ame Honpo, Senbei Lab, and many more. Each box is designed to highlight a variety of their products, and often include a number of exclusive snacks that can’t even be bought at the Bokksu Market! You’re probably wondering how you’ll ever choose the perfect box, right? Don’t worry, because we’re here to help make the decision as easy as possible!

Shopping for the tea drinker in your life has never been simpler, thanks to our premium Makers Gift Boxes. Help your neighborhood tea-obsessives start their day by gifting them our beloved Kagoshima Seicha Gift Box. This box contains seven different Satsumarche teas -- Sakurajima Komikan Tea, Kagoshima Benifuuki Black Tea, Yuzu Ryokucha Green Tea, Kagoshima Chiran Tea, Fukamushi Tea, and Green Tea with Matcha -- and are all made by the female staff of Kagoshima Seicha. This one of a kind gift box comes with 49 tea bags, so they’ll be good to go for a whole seven weeks! Or, if you’re looking to get a little more adventurous with your gifting, check out the Tea Potage: Pochage box from Marufuku Seicha. Pochage is a unique take on potage, a thick soup or porridge, that matches three distinct types of teas with a savory soup base. Even when combined with a soup, the teas will always retain their flavor, due to their uncommon process of roasting and blending. It’s a great way to think outside the gift giving box, while still letting your loved ones know their interests matter to you.

Sweet snacks -- who doesn’t love them? Satisfy your favorite sweet tooth-er with a tried and true baked good. The Nihonbashi Sable Cookies: Chocolate and Vanilla box includes twelve sable sandwich cookies that each contain a crisp yet chewy texture, so every bite is guaranteed to keep your friends and family guessing! We also offer the Yoshino Kuzu Mochi box, for those who love to partake in all things mochi. This box contains the latest flavors of kuzu mochi, a rice cake made from starch and the kuzu plant, from Nakajima Taishodo. The jun flavor is made with kuromitsu, or brown sugar syrup, Okinawan brown sugar and roasted soybean powder (kinako), while the yuzu mochi is made with the citrusy goodness of yuzu honey.

Sweet snacks might be the gift that keeps on giving, but they don’t have to be the only one. Our collection of savory snack gift boxes are just as adventurous and delicious as our sweet selections, like our Whole Oyster Senbei box, for example. These rare oyster crackers are made with Maru Red Potato-infused senbei dough and an entire oyster by a specialist in Akitsu, Hiroshima. This set comes with two flavors, Salt Flavored Whole Oyster Senbei and Miso Flavored Whole Oyster Senbei, with 24 pieces in total. Choosing this box makes it possible to

not only give the gift of Japan, but the gift of the Japanese sea, too! Or, if you happen to be shopping for a not-so seafood enthusiast, you can never go wrong with a Senbei Lab Gift Box of Deluxe Rice Crackers. With an assortment of eight cracker flavors and 20 pieces per box, the savory snackers in your life are sure to be left feeling sensationally satisfied.

Senbei Rice Crackers

No matter what kind of snacker you’re shopping for, Bokksu’s exclusive Makers Gift Boxes have got you covered. For more details, or to browse our full list of Makers Boxes, click here.

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