Sakuraco October 2021 Review Contest Winners Announced!

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Thanks to everyone who has submitted a review!

Hi Sakuraco family!

Hope everyone had a lovely snacking time with your Sakuraco box! Now it’s the time to announce the October 2021 Reviewer Contest Winners. Without further ado, let’s find out the winners on the list below🎉!

  • Alexis Z
  • Jade S
  • Karina C
  • Hala S
  • Audrey S

Congratulations to all of our winners! 🎉

Our team will get in touch with you very soon, be sure to check your emails and Sitejabber message regularly to claim the prize.

If you haven’t won, don’t give up just yet as we have another Reviewer Contest lined up for you so remember to leave a review if you’re already subscribed. Have a lovely day, everyone 🤗 ! 

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One Response

  1. All the boxes I have received have genuinely delicious snacks straight from Japan — true boxes of goodies! Even though I have been pretty familiar with Japanese culture and food products all my life, I still discover new snacks and their unique flavours — very pleasantly surprised indeed! Each mainly box is themed (i.e Mount Fuji, cherry blossoms, etc.), so it is always interesting to learn how each individual snack is selected. I also very much enjoy the small kitchenware they include (teacups, small plates, etc.) — a very special touch to bring me just that much closer to Japan… during this time not many of us can visit there. I would recommend this snack subscription box service to anyone who enjoys all things Japanese, preferably from a more grown-up approach.

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