Subscription boxes are a great way to add some fun to your stay at home life. Whether you love cute characters and kawaii stationery or fun snacks and tasty treats, here’s some new boxes and special offers available this month. You don’t need to sign up for a full subscription either – single boxes are available too.
Pusheen Box (USA)
The Spring 2020 Pusheen Box was delayed but that means you still have time to sign up before they start shipping later this month. This box has a botanical theme that’s perfect for springtime and they’ve shared some very cute spoilers on Instagram. Get 10% off your first box by joining the Pusheen Box mailing list – there’s a popup form on their site.
Inku Crate (Japan)
Inku Crate is a new box for Japanese stationery and journaling from the people behind Japan Crate. You get 6-8 items including notebooks & planners, pens, fun accessories and more (and look out for a review and giveaway on SCK soon..). Japan Crate’s full range of boxes has something for everyone – the other box themes include snacks, noodles, kawaii, beauty products and gachapon toys. SCK readers get 15% off any subscription with the code SUPERCUTEKAWAII
YumeTwins & TokyoTreat (Japan)
The TokyoTreat team have some great offers this month. Use the code GHIBLI20 to get free Studio Ghibli items with a YumeTwins kawaii box or SAKURA2020 for extra treats with the Sakura-themed TokyoTreat snack box. Look out for giveaways on their social media too. SCK readers also get $5 off a YumeTwins subscription with the code CUTEKAWAII
Bokksu have a special Kit Kat promotion for their subscription boxes full of snacks and candy from small regional businesses in Japan. Use the code SPRINGKITKATS to get a free bag of Lyokan Mandarin Orange Kit Kats with a 3 month subscription + a Variety Party Box with a 12 month subscription. Or use the code in this link to get $10 off your first box.
Japan Centre (UK)
Japan Centre have a Pop Culture Snack Box to keep you topped up with interesting Japanese candy, snacks, noodles and drinks. They also have a full Japanese grocery service to shop from online with delivery available within the UK.
Kawaii Panda (EU)
For a happy box full of cuteness, try Kawaii Panda’s Harajuku Box. They’re one-off mystery boxes with a mix of licensed merchandise from Amuse, Sanrio, San-X, Pusheen, Kamio and Q-Lia. Or create your own box from their huge range of stationery, plush and character goods – SCK readers get 10% off everything in store (excluding boxes and bundles) with the code SCK10OFF.
SCK Guide To Subscription Boxes
You can read our reviews and compare prices and contents using our Subscription Box comparison guides. There’s separate ones for Japanese Candy & Snacks and Kawaii Character Boxes.
While all these boxes are mostly shipping internationally as normal, please note that your country may not be accepting mail, and there will likely be delays everywhere. Check up to date information before ordering.
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.