If you’ve ever wondered what Japanese People snack on while they read Manga, the Manga Spice Cafe Box is for you
Reading and snacking is a universal hobby that transcends generations and cultures. In America we start with eating cereal and reading the back of the box, then we get older and drink coffee while reading the newspaper, or maybe Starbucks and the latest listicle is more applicable. In Britain, it’s tea and literature, and in Japan, it’s a wide variety of snacks and manga. Please note I have not been to Britain or Japan, so I am likely wrong about the specifics, but I’m sure they snack and read. Anyway, Japan is home to some awesome snacks, many of which we do not have here. It is actually kind of upsetting because they have more flavors of Kit-Kats than we do. They have as many Kit-Kat flavors as we do Dorito flavors. Japan’s options for snacking are bountiful, as is their availability of manga, and Manga Spice Cafe is here to curate a Japanese snack and manga session for us.
Manga Spice Cafe is your Monthly Manga Maid Cafe in a Box. Each box comes with:
+3 Newly Released Manga
+Yummy Asian snacks
+A Special Cafe Drink
Each box is packed to the brim and comes out to just about $40 a month including shipping. Considering the average price of a manga volume, the Manga Spice Cafe Box is easily out values the price paid. What makes the Manga Spice Cafe Box even better, is that it comes with a beautifully put together information sheet the describes the manga, the artists, and the cafe items. I’m particularly intrigued by the information sheet because it provides an opportunity to learn more about the products rather than just consuming them. This is particularly helpful to learn more about the snacks since the writing on the packages is largely in Japanese. Also, it allows me to learn about the artists, who I would probably not take the time to google about.
Essentially if you like food and manga, this is a perfect box for you. But on a deeper level, the Manga Spice Cafe Box is a masterfully curated box of Asian snacks, manga, and a special cafe drink that make for a great reading experience. The box is designed to complement each other, and it also gives you a chance to learn a little something about Japanese culture. The manga are also new, so it’s almost an entirely new experience in general. New manga, new snacks, new drink, and a new favorite subscription box.
You can get your subscription to Manga Spice Cafe at MangaSpiceCafe.com