The Fall 2017 theme is Tasty, which means lots of kawaii food items – my favourite!
This time, the box turns into an adorable fast food stall! Almost worth it just for the box.
I couldn’t fit it into the top photo but my favourite item is this burger apron. It’s so kawaii and really well-made and fits perfectly. I’m terrible at remembering to wear an apron but it’s hanging up in my kitchen now.
There were some other practical items too: a Gudetama bento box and mini cool bag. I used a bento box exactly like this (with a Totoro theme) when I had an office job – you can really fit a lot of different things in it.
Hello Kitty as a hot dog? Yes please. This is such a cute little plush and I love the cardboard carton.
This set of vinyl coasters is so colourful. I’m not sure they’re heavy enough to work as coasters, but they’re too cute not to try.
And the rest: Chococat fries squishy, Gudetama enamel charm and Hello Kitty magnet.
Overall, I loved this box and will be keeping the apron, plush, cool bag, squishy and maybe the coasters. My only issue this time is that my box took 24 days to be delivered AFTER arriving in the UK. Loot Crate were very helpful, and would have sent me a replacement box, but who knows where it was all that time.
The next box has a Sweet Dreams theme, which looks very pastel and sparkly. I’m stopping my subscription for now but I wouldn’t hesistate to recommend it if you’re a Sanrio fan. It’s a really high quality, affordable box with all-exclusive items.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.