It’s our annual round-up of Black Friday offers and discounts at kawaii shops! Listed in alphabetical order – please check images and links for further information, codes and offer period. Some are just for today and others run through Cyber Monday or longer.
20% off everything including bento boxes, kitchenware, candy, Studio Ghibli, anime and more.
Cakes With Faces
Discounts on hoodies, dresses, cushions and gifts all weekend. You can also get 2 t-shirts for £25 with code 2FOR25.
Up to 35% off 200+ products including Japanese candy, drinks, cooking essentials and kitchenware.
10% off everything in store including plush, homeware and clothing.
Up to 50% off on more than 300 cute products during the weekend sale including Sanrio, Amuse, Pusheen, squishies, stationery, capsule toys and more.
20% off everything + a free Miffy notebook with every order.
30% off everything (except sale items) including plush, squishies, craft supplies, stationery and more.
20% off everything in store including plush, pillows and stationery.
25% off almost everything online and in store including stationery, gift wrap, Christmas gifts and more.
Subscribe this weekend to get a free accessory bundle!
Up to 70% off everything Pusheen + new exclusive and limited edition products.
Up to 60% off everything including clothing, homeware, stickers and more by 1000s of indie artists.
30% off everything with Hello Kitty & Friends + receive a supercute gift with any $50 purchase.
30% off everything + free shipping worldwide on art prints, homeware, stationery and more by thousands of independent artists.
Tasty Peach Studios
Get up to 30% off plush, apparel, enamel pins and more.
Up to 75% off toys, bags, and apparel.
+ loads more!
Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes has a great page of Black Friday Deals at Independent Shops updating as more offers come in.
Got any other good offers? Share them in the comments!
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.