Gacha Gacha Crate November 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Gacha Gacha Crate is a new box from Japan Crate that follows the gachapon craze in Japan. Each box contains six hand-selected gachapon capsules that may contain useful accessories, your favorite characters, and a whole lot more.  Boxes start at $28, and shipping is free.

DEAL: Use coupon code HELLO to get $3 off your first box.

The presentation is really kawaii! It’s like a nest containing six gachapon capsules sitting comfortably in orange fillers and magazine on top.

Can’t wait to experience Japan through gachapon! Its concept is similar to surprise eggs and blind bags.

The box includes a monthly Gacha Gacha magazine!

Featured in the magazine is a list of all the wild world of Gachapon in Japan. From Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan to Tokyo Gachapon Street to Nipponbashi, there are plenty of places to visit!

It also contains a list of all the items inside the gachapon capsules together with their individual photos and a brief description for each.

Everything in my box!

These cute gachapon capsule comes in different colors.

Pikachu Cup Hanger. Never had a cup hanger before and I’m never interested in getting one until I got this cute Pikachu cup hanger. I would definitely love collecting more of them!

Pikachu is one of the most famous characters in the Pokemon world. It’s a yellow-rodent like creature with extremely powerful electrical abilities.

This cup hanger figurine is so detailed: the color, the cheeks, the ears, markings, and lightning-shaped tails, he surely has it all. Aside from Pikachu, subscribers might also get an Evee cup hanger!

Splatoon Bottle Cap. This bottle cap makes your water bottle or any drink bottle more fancy and fun. It’s Splatoon-themed!

This bottle cap features Judd, a fictional character from the game Splatoon. He is the known referee for all forms of battle in the multiplayer game. If you think he’s wearing a dapper cat tuxedo, then you’re wrong. It’s actually his naturally patterned fur.

This glossy green bottle cap is designed by T-Art and made in China. It’ll certainly make your bottle truly eye-catching!

Shinkalion Train Robo. This superb robot is based from the Japanese anime Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion.

Based on the anime, it’s a bullet train that turns into a mechanical robot that fights mysterious monsters.

It’s little yet unbelievably spectacular, it makes a great accessory as a keychain.

Sailor Moon Prism Crystal Wand. Sailor wands are available in five different designs: Venus Power, Jupiter Power, Mars Power, Mercury Power, and of course the Moon Power.

The one we got is the Jupiter Power wand!

This power wand is the second evolved magical transformation. It features a classy emerald green crystal covered with shiny gold coating and star on top. Totally amazing!

Pocket Kendama. The next item is a black and white pocket-sized Kendama!

Kendama is a traditional Japanese skill toy that is popularly used by kids up until this generation. I tried this one and it’s really not easy to play, especially with its very small size.

Sanrio Cable Huggers. I can now keep my cables organized in the cutest way possible using this cable hugger. It is available in five different designs: Cinnamoroll, Pom Pom Purin, Little Twin stars, My Melody, and of course Hello Kitty!

The cable hugger we got is Pom Pom Purin! It’s a cute golden retriever with a brown beret trademark.

This cable hugger comes with a Sanrio trademark markings at the belly to show authenticity. Pom Pom Purin is so appealing but my little princess prefers Hello Kitty.

This month’s figures from Gacha Gacha Crate are not just accessories, they are practically usable and can be a great collector’s item too. We love all the items we got, especially the Pikachu cup hanger. We also enjoyed playing the Kendama. That toy will definitely test your hand and eye coordination, accuracy, and perseverance. Opening each capsule brings unparalleled excitement, it’s like opening a gift. If you love or like to know more about Japanese pop culture, then this is definitely the perfect box for you!

What do you think of October’s Gacha Gacha Crate?

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  • Valerie

    This subscription is so flippin cute. Gacha are the best. Seriously jelly of the Sailor Moon wand and the cable hugger.