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tHIS bOX sHIPPED IN dECEMBER 2018

Flavors of the World box culinary adventure started with the beautiful country of Japan. The limited-edition founders box celebrated holiday in Japan just like the locals would. 

The Japanese holiday season is a joyful time celebrated with loved ones and the excitement of the coming year, providing a fresh start. One of the most celebrated holidays in Japan is New Years, known as shogatsu. Various special dishes are served during shogatsu, one being OZONI, a soup made with mochi (Japanese: 餅, もち), a Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice. The other featured in the box is "Eho Maki" and it's a sushi with tradition that requires you to eat it whole for good luck. While subscribers enjoyed holidays like Japanese, they got to enjoy traditional music from the playlist we provided and followed step by step recipe videos included in the digital content for the box.

They also got to learn how to make origami with the supplied kit as well as played out local folk that says you should throw beans at someone wearing ONI mask equally for good luck. 

RECIPES & RECIPE VIDEOS INCLUDED

OZONI SOUP

EHO MAKI

What's in the BOX?

DRIED KelP

DRIED BONITO FLAKES

DRIED GOURD SHAVINGS (KAMPYO)

mochi cakes

SEAWEED

DRY SHIITAKE MUSHROOM

SOY SAUCE

SUSHI RICE

WASABI

CRANE CHOPSTICKs REST

CHOPSTICKS

SOUP SPOON

POCKY PEJOY MATCHA TEA BISCUITS

ORIGAMI SHEETS

FOUNDER'S COLLECTIBLE ITEM

SUSHI MAT & PADDLE

INTERACTIVE ACTIVITY FOR ALL

ORIGAMI

Legend has it in Japan that anyone who folds one thousand paper cranes is bound to have their heart’s desire come true. 

For subscribers, they got to try their hand in making as may as possible to hit the goal. Not sure if anyone tried to make a thousand but they certainly had the chance to go for it.

SETSUBUN & ONI MASK

During Setsubun a ritual called “Makemaki”is performed. “Mame” means beans and “maki” means “scatter.” People toss roasted soy beans or “fortune beans” at a family member wearing an Oni mask or at a door to symbolize driving away evil spirits and attracting good luck and happiness.Downloadable mask was included for subscribers that want to experience it.

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