Gacha Gacha Crate February 2019 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.

I love the cute doodles inside the box!

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

Every box includes a monthly Gacha Gacha magazine!

It lists all the gachapon contents you’ll get this month, along with some tidbits about each of them.

There is also an article about the 11 Retro Collectible pins in cassettes, from the NAMCO museum.

The gachapon capsules came in a variety of colors. Its concept is similar to surprise eggs and blind bags.

Everything in my February 2019 box!

Osechi Mascot. Osechi meals refer to New Year food eaten with the whole family. This gachapon contains one out of the 5 available designs.

The Osechi meals are placed inside a special box called jubako, which looks like bento boxes.

This Osechi design I got includes some crab claws, flower-shaped carrots, fish cakes, and some lotus root.

Floral Card Pouch Miniature. Gachapons are not limited to toys and figures! This one includes a cute pouch with a Japanese-inspired designs.

The design on the mini pouch is based on Hanafuda or also known as Flower cards.

It has a zipper enclosure so that I can really keep small stuff inside my bag that easily gets lost like pieces of jewelry, clips, and more!

Mt. Fuji Figure Collection. One of the gachapons also features the most famous destinations in Japan, Mt. Fuji!

Subscribers will get one out of 5 colors available, and I got the reddish one.

It looks kind of strange because it’s not the actual color of Mt. Fuji but it’s still an awesome collectible.

From the top angle, it actually looked like a mini cake!

Pokemon Clinging Cable Cover. Out of the 6 available designs, I got Charmander! You can also get Pikachu, Squirtle, Gengar, Eevee, and Bulbasaur. Also, it came with attachments so you can make your Pokemon cling to cables.

It’s so cute! It definitely adds flair to your plugs and cables, and it can also serve as a marker so that others will know that it’s your property.

It also keeps your cords from bending and breaking.

Charmander is Pokemon # 004, and I am always fascinated with its fiery tail!

Patient Cats. The next gachapon features a feline, along with a piece of household equipment.

My kitty came with a classic rotary dial telephone! The kitty actually looked surprised.

These figures are small but will definitely make kawaii displays on my desk.

Namco Museum Cassette Pins Collection. NAMCO made me nostalgic with their cassette pins that feature 10 of their classic games! I also love that the cassette came in a box, which makes it more legitimate.

I got Dragon Buster, which is a platform dungeon crawl action role-playing arcade game that was developed in 1984.

The game featured side-scrolling platform gameplay and a “world view” map similar to the later Super Mario Bros.series. Dragon Buster was also the earliest game to feature a Double jump mechanic, and one of the first to use a visual health meter.

Gacha Gacha Crate always surprises us with fun gachapons! My favorite this month is the Charmander cable cover. I need something to keep my cables from bending and breaking so this one just came in perfect timing. I also love the real-looking New Year meal of crab claws and veggies. NAMCO also took me back in time with their timeless games and titles, and they even made it a collectible pin. Mini toys may be small in size, but they sure bring huge smiles to everyone, of any age!

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

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