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YumeTwins April 2018 Spoiler #2 + Coupon!

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We have a spoiler for the April 2018 YumeTwins box! Subscribe by 3/31 to get the March box.

The theme for the April 2018 is:

Each box will include:

In case you missed the previous spoiler:

The Box: YumeTwins

The Price: $35 with free shipping

Coupon: Use code 3OFF to save $3 off your first box

The Products: Each YumeTwins will include 5 Kawaii items including one premium plushie as well as collectible keychains and figures, stationery and accessories.

Ships to: Free shipping worldwide

Full details: Sign up for boxes is open until the last day of the month. All boxes are targeted to arrive between the 20th-28th of the month

Check out our reviews of past YumeTwins boxes to learn more about this subscription.

What do you think of the April spoilers?

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3 Comments

  1. I have to admit I’m intrigued. I hardly ever eat eggs any other way than scrambled or hard-boiled, but this seems to be designed to cook a very specific type of soft-boiled egg. If you want to google it, the word hidden behind the egg in the photo is “onsen.” From what I read online, this type of egg is traditionally cooked by dipping it in a hot spring for a while. To cook this style on the stove seems to require babysitting with a thermometer to keep the temperature steady and/or adding starch to the water. The question is, would I use it enough to justify the cabinet space?

  2. what would you use to boil eggs in other than “just water?” lol

    • Haha! I’m guessing they mean no stove required.

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