We’ve reviewed a lot of different kawaii and Japanese candy subscription boxes but there are new ones springing up all the time. If you fancy trying something different, here’s some we’ve been hearing about, all with special discounts just for you!
ZenPop‘s subscription service isn’t quite ready yet but that means you can pick and choose your favourite type of box for each month, skip a month or even order more than one. They have lots to choose from with Sweets, Ramen, Beauty, and Stationery themes in different sizes. The stationery box looks really cool with a mix of kawaii and practical items. Prices start at $19.50 with free shipping worldwide + SCK readers get $2 off a Sweets, Beauty, or Stationery box all this month with the code SUPERCUTE.
Hello Happiness is a monthly kawaii subscription box featuring Sanrio and San-X characters. Each box is themed around a character and includes 5-7 items. Subscriptions start at $26.95 with free shipping in the USA + there’s $5 off your first box with the code sweetdeal!
The CuteBox is quite literally a box of cute! You get 10-12 cute items every month which could include toys, accessories, jewellery, stationery and candy. Prices start at $19 for a single box with free shipping in the USA. You can also pick up a surprise box for the same price, which is full of items from past boxes. SCK readers can get 20% off any box for the whole of May with the code SCKAWAII.
If you enjoy trying Japanese candy but like more choice of what you receive, SUPER Candy Shop lets you choose between hard candies, soft and chewy candies or a mix of both. There are three box sizes starting at just $10 with free shipping worldwide. You can also pick up individual items from their shop. Use the code SUPERCUTEKAWAII to get a further 3% off any order.
Want more ideas? Check out our guide to subscription boxes.
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.