Kawaii Box Subscription Review + Coupon – May 2016
Kawaii Box is a monthly subscription box that sends you hand-picked Japanese and Korean kawaii/cute items. It can include candy, stationary, beauty products, and more.
FYI, Kawaii Box ships from Singapore and they do accept Paypal.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Kawaii Box
The Cost: $19.80 per month + free shipping
COUPON: Now through June 30th, get $5 off! Use coupon KAWAIISUMMER at checkout.
The Products: 10-12 kawaii items from Japan and Korea
Ships to: Everywhere with free shipping!
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Every box comes with an info card listing the products along with other various paper slips.
Anpanman Corn Rings
These are like flavorless Funyuns. I wish they had just a little more flavor and I would enjoy them a lot more.
Kawaii Girl Coin Purse
I think this is a neat coin purse for my little sister so it shall be gifted. The doll is actually a little creepy though, I don’t know if I like her staring deep into my soul like that.
Animal Icon Stamp Set
How adorable is this?! The set comes with an ink pad and five tiny stamps. I like the “I’m tired” panda the most. I feel you, panda, I feel you.
Fluffy Pom Pom Keychain
I have a lot of keychains now so this doesn’t really excite me. It’s pink and fluffy and all but I really have enough, thank you.
Kitty Doughnut Squishy
This is a spongey doughnut shaped like Hello Kitty. It’s cute but I’m not sure how to utilize this. Keychain? Backpack trinket?
Hello Kitty Pencil Sharpener
I was actually in dire need of a pencil sharpener right before Kawaii Box landed on my doorstep. It sharpens well and looks cute to boot.
Puffy Dessert Stickers
I never say no to stickers! These are squishy and very colorful.
Pastel Bear Pen
This is a thin ballpoint pen with a mint colored bear on top.
Heart Shaped Silicone Bracelets
This is the animal bracelet fad all over again! I’m not going to wear these or coworkers will judge me, so my sister will get these.
Lucky Star Origami Papers
This is such a throwback to my childhood. Origami stars are really simple to make and look adorable as well. The back of the package includes pictorial instructions. If origami stars aren’t your thing these would also be useful for arts and crafts.
Cute Animal Socks
So cute! The little chipmunk’s eyebrows actually protrude from the sock! I own multiple pairs of cute socks and this will happily join its brethren.
Kasugai Chibi Vege Ramune Candy
These are little solid candies flavored like Ramune, a type of carbonated soda. They’re tasty but there’s nothing fancy about them.
Verdict: My second month of Kawaii Box is all right. There are some adorable things like the animal stamp set and chipmunk socks, but I’m starting to amass a giant keychain, pen, and trinket collection. They’re cute but I don’t know if it’s worth $20 per box for them when you can get similar things in US stores. I still think this would be a great box for little folks though.
What do you think of Kawaii Box?