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Introducing our Guide to Subscription Boxes

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We’ve reviewed a lot of subscription boxes over the last couple of years and there are more and more starting up. Depending on what box you go for, you could find a parcel of kawaii supplies, Japanese candy or exclusive themed items arriving up on your doorstep.

super cute kawaii guide to subscription boxes

If you can’t decide which box is for you, we’ve put together a guide to our favourite subscription boxes. It includes all the facts and figures so you can compare pricing, shipping and contents until you find the perfect box! It’s a separate page so we’ll be updating it with any new information.

Got a question about subscription boxes? Leave a comment and we’ll find out the answer.

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2 responses

  1. TheSunnieGuy avatar
    TheSunnieGuy

    Is Tokyo Treat a better buy than Japan Crate (the Premium boxes)? I’ve been looking at which one has the better deals, but I’m honestly not sure.

    1. Marceline avatar
      Marceline

      They’re both really good options for a bigger box. I would say Japan Crate is a little bit more crazy with weird flavours and drinks and things. Tokyo Treat is a bit more Japanese with seasonal flavours and things that are popular in Japan just now. Depends on your preferences!

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