Kawaii Box emailed recently to tell me about their new monthly subscription service and it’s pretty sweet!
Every month you’ll get a box of cute hand-picked Japanese and Korean products through your letterbox so if you love cute things, it’s a great way to add to your collection and get some surprise post too!
But is it worth your money? They sent me a box to check out and here are my thoughts. Firstly, it does actually arrive in a sturdy box so no worries about your cute new things getting damaged or crushed. I opened it and found a cute little card – such a nice personal touch!
This is what I found under the tissue paper! The box was crammed pretty full of cute items and everything arrived in good condition. Kawaii Box promise 10-14 items in each box, which will include stationery, stickers, phone charms, nail decoration, mobile phone accessories, keitai & decoden items, plushies, jewellery, beauty accessories and more.
Here’s exactly what I got (this photo is by Kawaii Box, but it’s just a better lit version of the one I took myself) – a DIY candy cake kit, Korean stickers, Rilakkuma coin purse, 3 washi tapes, ice cream pen, macaron charm, ice cream plush, lollipop hairslides, ice cream necklace, cat mini card, decoden phone sticker and a nail art kit – pretty much something for everyone!
Some items are things I might have bought myself – the pen, washi tape, hairslides and stickers – and I was pleased to get a DIY candy kit as I’ve always wanted to try one. I also really love the ice cream necklace, which I would never have thought to buy myself. With a box like this, there will always be a few things that aren’t to your taste (for me, it’s the nail art and decoden kits), but they can always be shared or traded with a friend.
For $16.90 a month and free shipping worldwide, the Kawaii Box is a great deal and would make a fantastic gift for a kawaii fan. You can order one online now and view the contents of all the previous boxes too.
(Kawaii box was provided for review but this is my honest review and the photos are my own, unless stated otherwise)
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.