Kawaii Box, from the same company who runs Japan Candy Box, is a monthly subscription featuring cute items ranging from plushies to stationery and everything in between. Each box has 8-10 kawaii items, with featured brands including Sanrio, SanX, Popin Cookin’, Rilakkuma, Totoro, AlPacasso, HiChew, Pocky, and more. They offer a monthly plan, a 6-month plan, and a 12-month plan. Shipping is free worldwide.
This month’s theme is Kawaii Easter!
All the items are nicely wrapped in a tissue paper.
The box is full of kawaii-ness to the brim!
Here is the information card that was included in the box – even the card is super cute!
Kawaii Box always includes 10-12 fun & totally adorable goodies. Let’s see what we got!
The bottom of the cute box says “see you next month!”
Everything in my box!
Gudetama Easter Plush Charm. Our favorite lazy egg is dressed up for Easter as a bunny in an Easter egg! My husband loves it!
Look at those adorable bunny ears!
It also has a cute pompom tail, and a chain that you can attach to your bag or luggage.
Just Eat It Mini Backpack Purse. It’s a small purse designed like a backpack. It looks so adorable with that little onigiri in front!
It even has shoulder straps and key ring you can attach to larger bags, keys, or other keychains!
It’s the perfect bag for small items, coins, or candies! It also has a zipper to secure what you will place inside.
Heart Sweet Jewelry DIY Gummy. One thing that I love about treats boxes from Japan is that they always send cute DIY candies, like this jewelry gummies set!
Even if you don’t know how to read Japanese, there are always accompanying illustrated instructions to do it. Or you can look for it on the web!
The kit contains everything that you need to make the cute candies. It includes the pineapple, strawberry, and grape flavored gummy powders, with molds to make the rings and jewels. My daughter gave it a try!
She molded the gems using different flavors.
Then, she attached the ring to the gems.
Here are the finished products!
They look so cute and fluffy!
It also comes with a paper jewel box where you can store the rings.
The candies looked nice inside the box!
When you close it, you will see the cute gem image on the top flap. Of course, after the photos, we tasted them and they were yummy and juicy!
Cute Earplugs Kit. It’s a pair of ear plugs that comes in a pink bear case.
It’s handy and practical. We’ll surely bring this for airplane travels!
Kawaii Animals Eraser. This eraser is too cute to be actually used to erase pencil mistakes!
We got the dog design and it’s really kawaii.
It comes with an equally cute paper sleeve, featuring other designs available.
It’s quite long and if the kids decide to use it, I bet this will take some time before it becomes totally used up.
Wide Eyed Neko Ball Point Pen. We also got a cute cat-themed item, and it’s a retractable ball point pen!
The cross-eyed cat is so adorable! This will have a spot on my desktop pen holder!
Sanrio Characters Ruler. Hello Kitty (and friends) also made an appearance in this month’s box!
It’s a Hello Kitty foldable ruler!
The ruler can be easily stored in a pencil case because you can fold it in half. It’s also handy if you need to measure longer stuff, or you need to draw longer lines!
Kawaii Pattern Envelope Set. We’re used to getting cute notepads and papers, so I’m glad that I got an envelope set this time!
Aside from sending letters, these envelopes can be used to keep and organize bills and receipts, or use as treat bags!
San X Jinbei San Stickers. We love characters from San-X! This sticker sheet is filled with the cuteness of Jinbei San, an adorably happy whale shark who has a gang of underwater friends.
These kawaii stickers can be used to design planners, journals, and even gadgets.
Kawaii Box is so deserving of its name. We can’t help but squeal with happiness every time we get a new box filled with adorable stuff! The Gudetama keychain is our automatic favorite. My daughter enjoyed making the DIY gummy candies too. Regardless of age, this subscription box will make an adorable gift to anyone who loves collecting Japanese items or cute stuff in general!
What did you think of this month’s Kawaii Box?