YumeTwins is a monthly box of Japanese kawaii products from Tokyo. It is part of the TokyoTreat subscription box group which also includes TokyoTreat and nomakenolife.Each box contains 6 – 8 kawaii items including plushies and lifestyle goods plus premium anime brands.
They have one-, three-, six-, and 12-month subscriptions costing $35.00, $33.50, $32.00, and $31.50 per month respectively (from around £25).
We’ve got lovely romantic theme for February – Cupid’s Gift!
The menu booklet is lovely, there’s a list and desciptions of all the items inside, plus giveaways, competitions and social pages.
This month’s featured item, as well as the largest, is a Sanrio Pouch Plushie.
There are several possible varieties, but I have Hello Kitty.
It’s a decent size, maybe eight inches tall, and comes with a little loop on top for hanging.
As you can see on the back is the pouch zipper.
There’s not very much room inside the actual pouch, so it’s definitely more decorative than really practical, but you could certainly fit a few coins or candies in there.
Here we have one of 10 possible Heart Shaped Accessory Holders.
They are little melamine bowls from either Sanrio or Sumikko Grashi. It’s a great size for putting little trinkets or other fun items, and the decorations are very cute.
These are Zipper Gift Bags.
There are several design possibilities, from Kirby, Pikachu (which I have here) and also Sanrio.
They are described as gift bags, but I think they are more like sandwich bags. They have a seal, and while they’re relatively thin they are sturdy enough to be used more than once.
This ia sweet and useful item, a Chocolate Ball Pen.
No it’s not real chocolate but it looks pretty convincing! It’s nice and small and has a chain loop, so this could be useful for hanging on your keychain or similar so it’s always to hand.
Finally, how about writing a love letter with the Sanrio Letter Set?
This is one of five designs of letter set, each with 12 writing sheets, six envelopes, and a sticker sheet. They’re super cute designs, and anything that encourages writing real letters is good!