YumeTwins is a monthly Kawaii subscription brought to you by the same people behind TokyoTreat. Every month, you’ll receive an assortment of super cute and adorable kawaii products from Japan which might include accessories, plushies, figures, keychains, stationeries, and other collectibles. All items are licensed merchandise from popular Japanese brands. The box is $35 per month.
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The theme for this box is Easter Melody!
Here’s a short overview of this month’s theme and what to expect from the box.
Inside the magazine is a list of items with pictures and brief descriptions.
This month’s featured item is the Japanese egg boiler. YumeTwins also encourages the subscribers to join their #KawaiiEggs photo contest.
On this month’s Kawaii Culture page, they featured Mooosh Tokyo which they called Tokyo Squishy Heaven!
Have you heard of the hidden squishy hotspot in Harajuku? Mooosh, a popular Japanese squishy brand, has a small store that is a treasure trove for any squishy fan! Their squishies are themed on food, characters, and more! Be sure to stop by here if you want all sorts of super scented squishies!
Even the box is kawaii!
Everything in the April 2018 YumeTwins Box!
My Melody Sponges. This four-piece sponge set features My Melody, a white rabbit wearing a pink hood!
We got two pieces of each design and I love them all. These will make house chores a little less dull!
The sponge itself is in pink and violet. Adorable, aren’t they?
Gudetama To Do List. Hooray, it’s Gudetama! This lazy egg has been the apple of our eyes recently! This time, Gudetama graces a to-do list to help us get our daily tasks completed.
It’s a licensed Sanrio item.
You can put a check on those little eggs once you’re done with the corresponding task. How cute!
My Melody Roll Plushie. This kawaii bunny is indeed perfect for this month’s Easter theme.
It’s so soft and huggable!
According to YumeTwins, this cute plushie is the first of a three-set series. We’re excited to find out about the next two!
Hoppe-Chan Squishy. Hoppe-Chan, a kawaii cream-shaped character, came in this month’s box as a squishy.
It has a chain so you can easily attach it to your backpack and bring cuteness wherever you go. I was thrilled to see her in Yume Twins!
Pote Usa Loppy Nail Polish Highlighter. It looks like a nail polish bottle, but it’s actually a highlighter! The packaging features another popular bunny character in Japan, Amuse’s Pote Usa Loppy.
There are 5 color variations and we got it in orange!
Japanese Egg Boiler. I really admire Japan for producing such cute yet practical items. This egg boiler is so easy to use because all you have to do is add hot water.
The back of the box includes instructions in Japanese. At least they were accompanied with photos, but the booklet and the Yume Twins site should have provided a complete and accurate translation.
The egg boiler came with three parts: the cover, the egg holder, and the base of the boiler.
It’s cute! The colors remind me of Gudetama!
Using this to boil eggs for breakfast is definitely a cute way to make eggs happen!
You can boil two eggs at a time and you can also decide how boiled you want your eggs. More information boiling time is printed on the side of the box, but they’re all in Japanese. We got really soft boiled vs sorta boiled, medium & large eggs and… we think the number of weeks old the eggs are?
I love the theme this month, especially because it includes a Gudetama item! Another favorite from the box is the egg boiler but it will take some experimentation to figure out the cooking time. We can’t wait to make our own version of onsen tamago or Japanese soft boiled eggs! If you love anything Kawaii, then YumeTwins has got you covered. It certainly fed our need for kawaii items this month! Can’t wait for another kawaii-filled box!
What do you think of YumeTwins this month?