Tofu Cute are one of our favourite online stores in the UK so I was delighted when they sent me a box full of cuteness to review!
It included Alpaca & Sheep Sponge Stickers, a yellow Alpacasso Plush Charm, Sakura Matcha Kit Kat Gift Box, Popin’ Cookin’ DIY Gummy Candy and a Tofu Tomodachi Card. It all came packed in a box and everything was in perfect condition.
The alpaca plush caught my eye first – it’s so cute and fluffy, and yellow is one of my favourite colours. It’s an official tagged Alpacasso brand with an elastic loop and will be going on one of my bags pronto. Continuing the alpaca theme, the Korean alpaca and sheep stickers are super cute with loads of different designs and sizes, and all made of squishy sponge.
On to the candy! Having visited Japan a few times, exciting Kit Kats always make me happy and you get 3 in this nicely packaged set, which would make a great gift. The Popin’ Candy kit is for making gummies and looks fun. We’ll have another review post soon, when I’m going to rope my visiting sister into helping me try out lots of crazy sweets and candy kits, including these!
Finally, the Tofu Tomodachi card. It’s a membership card that you can buy for £1 and then lets you earn points for every purchase online or at one of the many events Tofu Cute have a stand at. You can save up your points and use them as cash discounts on a future order or trade them in for special gifts! If you buy a lot of kawaii or Japanese candy, this is definitely worth the investment as Tofu Cute have such a great range of products. Plus it will looks awesome in your wallet!
Everything in my box is well-priced with the most expensive item (the alpaca plush) only £4.99 and the stickers are a bargainous £1.50. Tofu Cute ship worldwide and there’s free UK shipping on orders over £20.
(Products were provided for review by Tofu Cute, but this is my honest review and the photos are my own)
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.