It’s my favourite day of the year! Being a big fan of rabbits, I started Easter Bunny Monday back in 2014 so here’s some of my favourite kawaii bunny picks, for the 9th year running.
My newest bunny crush is CUNE (Japan), a lifestyle brand based around a simple rabbit character. I especially loved their fluffy winter accessories but it’s getting warmer now so here’s some fun t-shirts and shirts. Their products are generally limited edition and sell out quickly so I recommend following their Instagram to find out about new releases.
Miffy was the first bunny character I loved and always has something cute going on, like these new cross stitch kits with Cotton Clara (UK). There’s 4 designs to choose from and they’re all suitable for beginners.
I’ve managed to resist the cuteness of BT21 characters so far but Baby Cooky has finally stolen my heart. ARTBOX (UK) have so many adorable items including lots of huggable plush. The BT21 ARTBOX Cafe should be open again soon too, if you’re near Brighton.
I always love shopping at the tiny Aranzi Aronzo stores in Japan and they have an international web shop too. This limited edition Usagi mug would be a great addition to my bunny-filled kitchen cupboard.
Yoyo The Ricecorpse (UK) is a big bunny fan too and can always be relied on for some super cute clothing and accessories. Tom the rabbit was recently turned into a fluffy drawstring bag and looks so soft. There’s an Easter sale on right now too.
The main Rainbowholic Shop (Japan) has had a big relaunch but still includes all the usual kawaii brands including Karel Capek tea. This spring rabbit tea bag pouch looks made for me and one of the tea flavours is pancake!
I was reminded of Cherry Rabbit (Australia) while updating the archives and was happy to see the shop still up and running. There are so many sweet bunny pins and stickers but I especially like the bakery theme.
And I can’t finish without some stickers! Washi Wednesday (Singapore) has some very cute BGM stickers with strawberry bunnies.
Hope you’re having a candy-filled long weekend!
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.