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Yume Twins Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2016

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Yume Twins is a monthly kawaii surprise packed with 8-10 items ranging from adorable plushies and squishies, collectible keychains and figures, stationery, and accessories.


My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Yume Twins

The Cost: $23.99 plus $6 shipping

COUPON: Use code BREAKFAST to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: 8-10 Kawaii items from brands you love like Sanrio.

Ships to: US, Canada, and Worldwide!

Check out the Kawaii Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Yume Twins to your subscription list or wishlist!


Each Yume Twins box comes with a mini magazine that talks about the products in the box but also highlights current Japanese trends.


This month’s box was packed with items including 2 plushes!


Sanrio Bath Bomb with Toy Inside

It’s a Sanrio surprise bath bombs! The options for the bath bomb shape are Hello Kitty, My Melody, Gudetama, and Pompompurin.


The back of the pouch lets you know that there will be a toy surprise waiting for you inside the bath bomb. There are a few options including 5 GOLD (not real gold, guys) possibilities.


Mine was a little Hello Kitty head.


And inside was a gold Hello Kitty enjoying a bath.


CALPIS Japanese Gummy Candy

I was excited to see some candy in this box but unfortunately, it had all melted into a lump during shipping.


Little Twin Stars Blotting Sheets

Oil blotting sheets are a must have for all us oily girls out there. I carry a pack in my bag to combat shiny forehead afternoons.


I’ve never seen such a cute package for oil blotting sheets!


It’s like a tiny pop-up book to present you with blotting sheets in the cutest way possible.


Little Twin Stars Sticky Notes – Set of 3

As a stationery fan, I appreciate the inclusion of sticky notes. You can really never have enough. The illustrations are adorable with the Little Twin Stars enjoying the night sky of Paris.


Peko-chan Mini Towel

This cheerful little towel is well made and spun in khaki and brown yarn. The towel is edged in pink thread and embroidered with a full-color Peko.


The towel is the size of a wash cloth and great for use as such. Small towels like this are often carried along in Japan as a hand towel in public bathrooms and even to protect hands from touching surfaces in places like the subway.


Doraemon Mini Figure

This is a blind box Doraemon item! Doraemon is a robot cat from a Japanese manga and anime series.


The figure I got is Doraemon ready for an underwater mission with fin, goggles, and even a cape. He also came with a little piece of gum.



So cute!


Neko Atsume Cup

This month’s featured item is this Neko Atsume cup! The melamine cup features adorable Neko Atsume cats from the popular phone game. The cats are so cute and are having such a nice time all over this cup. I like the cat who has eaten too much the best.


Is that a cat wearing a police officer’s hat? I love it.


Shinada Fruit Colored Baby Nature Plushie

This is the softest little plushie ever. And so cute! I love this round orange sheep. He looks so rolly polly with is round body and tiny legs. He reminds me a bit of my corgi! Subscribers received this plush in one of four colors: green, orange, pink, or blue.


Here’s a better look at that face. This plush also came with a ball chain for hanging.


Shinada Palm size Plushie

This is the cutest little cat plush. I loved the small legs on the Shinada sheep and I especially like the no legs on this cat! This plush is smaller than the sheep and fits in the palm of my hand. The cheerful blue eyes, soft pink nose, and gray whiskers make the cutest face on this little white cat.


So round! The tiny tail is perfect.

Verdict: It’s hard to put an exact value on the items in this box as most are hard to find online. But that’s where the value comes from in a Kawaii box. This Yume Twins box has items from brands I recognize with higher quality and better curation that other Kawaii boxes I’ve seen. The value feels pretty good for the $23.99 price. I loved the plushies the most in this box but liked the fun of the fizzy bath bomb that had a surprise waiting inside. The melamine cup was a nice addition and I’ve never seen a cuter presentation for oil blotting sheets than the Little Twin Stars pop up box! Well done, Yume Twins!

Written by Emily Cosnotti

Emily Cosnotti

Emily is a design enthusiast who loves beautiful objects. She’s really into vegan snacks, corgis, home goods, and minimalist makeup. She is currently fostering a healthy subscription addiction.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I can’t handle all of the cuteness! I love all of your posts by the way. They are extremely informative and entertaining 🙂

  2. Oh my god! cuteness overload!

  3. Wow, the image on the blotting paper brings back memories. I used to have pads of paper with (almost) that exact image! (some 20-25 years ago….).
    Is it bad that I want almost nothing from the box itself, but think the shipping box is adorable and sort of want just that? Well, that and the cup. I really like the kitty cup.

  4. Cutest Blotting Papers EVER!

  5. Wow, I always assumed Doraemon was a seal. Whoops. Learn something new every day.

    Also, the big fat cat is named Tubbs and the cat with the hat is actually a train conductor (Conductor Whiskers). 🙂

    • ! Ommmggg Conductor Whiskers? That’s too good. Tubbs is the perfect name. So excited to learn their real names (and that they have real names!)

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