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.At current exchange rates this is £25.07, £23.99, £22.92, and £22.56. Shipping is free.
This month’s theme is Shiba & Friends!
Isn’t he cute?
It’s so great to have the lovely booklet back! The menu booklet contains a full contents list, plus some bonus information about Japan and kawaii culture.
This month’s plushie is Mochi Shiba. Isn’t he adorable? He’s a puppy, and apparently is named Mochi because he loves rice! Very soft and huggable.
This Kawaii Animal Duster will make cleaning the house a lot more fun! This is one of three possible colours, made from microfibre, and the handle folds up for convenient storage!
I’m really looking forward to this Mochi Shiba Bath Bomb! It’s orange scented, and as an extra bonus contains a little Mochi Shiba toy!
This month we have a Paw Beanies Squishy. This is one of eight different designs, and is satisfyingly cute and squishy. Great as a portable stress reliever!
Notebooks are always handy to have around, and this Mochi Shiba Memo Pad is the perfect size for keeping by the phone, or anywhere you want to jot down a quick note!
Finally we have a Sumikko Gurashi Omamori. This is a type of good luck charm, a little bag with a piece of paper inside to write down your wishes!
What a charming selection this month. Mochi Shiba is a new character for me, and I think he’s delightful. The plushie is perfectly soft and cuddly, and looks incredibly friendly and happy!
I think those microfibre dusters are really useful, and this will be great for cleaning smaller items. And it’s certain to put a smile on my face when I’m using it!
I love taking baths, so I’m really excited about the bath bomb! Having the little toy inside is a lovely extra thing to have too.
I’ve never quite sure of the point of squishies, although this one is cute. However I have friends whose children adore them so it will go to a good home!
Notepads are always useful to have around, and this one is a very handy size. It’s not so small that you can’t write much of anything, but it won’t take up too much space.
And finally the good luck charm is a really cute and also a lovely traditional Japanese item. It’s great to combine the cultural and kawaii!
Value-wise, their items always come direct from Japan, so while it is sometimes possible to source them in the UK or Europe it can be tricky. On the odd occasion I’ve been able to find something on a UK site the price is always remarkably high, so I’m always confident the value is excellent!