Did you know you we have a submissions page where you can tell us about your shop and maybe get featured on the blog? Here’s four kawaii shops that are new to us that we think you’ll love too. All of them ship worldwide.
Byte Size Treasure (USA)
Byte Size Treasure have been around for a few years but have somehow passed us by, despite our love of kawaii sea creatures. Artist Robyn creates all the original artwork, which features lots of sharks and puns, as well as a big focus on ocean conservation. Check out the Etsy shop for enamel pins, keychains, stickers, apparel, bags and loads more.
Ayelet Keshet Art (Israel)
Ayelet Keshet is an illustrator who creates super cute printables and clip art that you can use for crafts and design projects. As well as themed sets and sweet art prints, you’ll find cards, stationery and treat bag toppers covering a range of events including Jewish holidays and Sinterklaas. Get them on Etsy or there’s some free downloads too.
Momoiro Market (Canada)
Good news for Canadian kawaii fans as you can skip the customs fees and get your favourite characters and brands from Momoiro Market! They have loads of cute authentic plushies from San-X and Amuse plus some stationery, beauty products and cat hats.
And we’ve got one for our Australian readers too. Daisuki have been selling on Ebay for a long time but have recently opened their own online store. They specialise in kawaii stationery with brands like Sanrio, San-X, Crux, Kamio and Q-lia, but also have plushies, bags and handmade jewellery. They stock a lot of older designs, which is great for collectors.
Are you cute shop owner or maker? Why not submit your shop and we might feature you next time!
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.