SoKawaii August 2021 Spoilers + Coupon!

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We have some spoilers for the SoKawaii August 2021 box!

A cute package of 6~8 products selected from everything kawaii in Japan, including plushies, kawaii figurine, stationery, useful items, kitchen tools, household goods and more.

We’re always looking for the best and new items available. Everything is 100% authentic, available in Japan only and…

SoKawaii ❤️

DEAL: For a limited time only, get $5 off your first box! Use the coupon code HELLOSK7 at checkout. Ends 7/31.


Each box includes:

  • Cinnamoroll Summer Cup Clear Pouch
  • My Neighbor Totoro Water Bottle
  • Kirby Moisturizing Cream

Here’s a closer look:

SoKawaii is a subscription box delivering your monthly dose of kawaii right from Japan! The items are always authentic and licensed, and they love including items from popular brands like Sanrio, San-X, Sailor Moon, Pokemon, and more. Each box is $35/month on a month-to-month plan. You can also opt for a longer plan to get discounts: a box is $33.50/month on a 3-month plan, $32/month on a 6-month plan, and $31.50/month on a 6-month plan!

See all our SoKawaii reviews to find out more!

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  • Mandi

    I’ve never heard of this box before, it’s so cute! It makes me miss the Sanrio store in my local mall.

  • Chantel

    Super cute but $11+ shipping?! Nope!

    • Lauren

      Right? The shipping on some of these boxes is just out of control. I think this box actually has a decent RV, but there are so many boxes I want that have $8-$12 shipping where the items inside could be purchased on Amazon for around $20 total… it’s just too much. Obviously, that ruins some of the fun (because duh, no surprise subscription box and you pick the stuff out yourself) but at some point, it’s just cost prohibitive to go the sub box route. Really interested to see how the sub boxes manage this over the next year or so.