Anime Bento February 2017 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Anime Bento is a monthly subscription box for true anime fans! With this subscription you’ll receive Japanese toys, collectibles, and other swag from your favorite anime shows delivered straight to your door every month. Anime Bento is committed to sending only authentic products, too. Moe-chan, depicted on the cover of the box, is Anime Bento’s official mascot.

Moe-chan is a master chef and bento artist. You wouldn’t know it by looking at her saucy get-up, but she’s a sweet 16.

She enjoys watching comedic anime and is often caught doodling when she should be working.  Her dream is to one day open a great restaurant where food and art can be equally appreciated.  She attends the local high school and is popular with her class mates.  Moe has very close friends that she works with and always makes sure that they always have a good lunch to eat.  When she is not working at a maid cafe in Akihabara or going to school, she helps run the Social media sites for Anime Bento.

First peek in the box!

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The information card shows all the items in this box! I always get excited to see something from a series I haven’t heard of before!

We were sent a nice big sticker of Moe-chan and her friends, as well as a Sneak Peek card!

Next month’s box features a shirt inspired by Yuri on Ice!

Free! Key chain Free! is an anime series about a swimming club. My key chain features Rei, one of the club members. I love these sculpted rubber key chains that are so common now – the detail is really impressive!

The Ancient Magus Bride I love how Anime Bento always sends us the first volume of a series, so we can start at the beginning!

Her name is Chise Hatori, a penniless orphan troubled by visions. Sold as a slave to an inhuman mage, she is about to begin a strange new life, filled with magic, fairies, and other beings of a fantastical nature.

Anime Sunset Tee I love the art on this, and that it’s not specific to one series. Anime Bento’s tees are printed on a fabric that is a bit gutsier/thicker. I like to run mine through the wash a few times to soften it.

Meiji Meltyblend Anime Bento always includes a snack, which makes sense since it’s a bento (lunch) box! 😉 Meltyblends are squares of cocoa dusted chocolate.

It was great to review Anime Bento again. I think it’s a very predictable and reliable box. You always get a tee and a manga, and a snack. The other items are always fun and cute!

What was your favorite item in this month’s Anime Bento?

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