It’s been a while since I’ve done any sort of writing aside from an occasional tweet, so I’ll be starting from the shallow end of the pool instead of jumping straight into the deep depths. As a result, I thought it could be nice if I wrote a post about the YumeTwins box I recently received.
I’m not sure if this is going to be a regular thing, but I have been a bit into loot boxes lately. This is my first YumeTwins box and I’ve already received two TokyoTreat boxes (neither of which I can actually review since I am gluttonous and there are no snacks left at this point).
So the theme for this month’s box is Twinkling Transformation. Two of the six items in this box literally transform whereas another has to do with a very popular magical girl franchise. The other three may or may bring forth actual change to your surroundings – the little pamphlet that accompanied the YumeTwins box implied as much, but that’s sort of the point of stuff we purchase, right? Posters and drawings and figurines and Nendoroids all do this by default and it’s silly to emphasize this particular aspect in order to promote the theme.
Anyways, I digress. Here are the goods along with carefully curated pictures in which I attempt to hide the fact that my bedsheets are pulling while completely exposing my laptop’s specs. Sometimes sacrifices have to be made when your room is a mess and you can’t take pics anywhere aside from on your own bed (pomf pomf).
So this is what was dubbed the Kawaii Changing Pouch. There are six different variants featuring Sanrio, San-x, and Doraemon characters.
What makes this a CHANGING POUCH is the fact that you can personally change the outer design by brushing your hand against the sequins. It’s a neat gimmick, but I’m personally worried my brutish and clumsy hands will ruin the sequins or something.
You can also go half-and-half.
The storage space is decent!
Next up is the Costume Pet Plushie. Mine is a catto. Here she is with her wizard hat hood up.
And here she is with it down. The soulless eyes coupled with her wiry whiskers make for an arresting and captivating companion (take it away from me, help).
This is the Sailor Moon Cleaner Cloth. The downside is that the cute packaging is fragile and I’ll just end up with a skirt if I remove said packaging.
I’ve already used it to polish my watch and my glasses. I’d say this is pretty good quality!
They called this the Sumikko Gurashi Peg Set. Basically, these are just really cute clothespins.
This Sheep Microfiber Cleaner is supposed to pick up dust and neutralize smelly odors with its bamboo charcoal…components? Not sure what part is exactly bamboo charcoal, but sure.
Last but not least is the Kawaii Mini Mini Memo.
I’m not crazy enough to count the amoung of pages we get, but it seems like the design of the pages changes around halfway.
Yikes, these pics are blurry. But it’s basically just a mini notebook. I would have liked the other variants shown in the pamphlet but it can’t be helped…
And that’s all for this month’s YumeTwins box. I’m not sure if all of this is worth 32 USD (excluding shipping and handling fees) but I do feel like I can use the more practical items in my daily life!
Aaaand that’s all for this post, too. Since I typed this all up in mobile, I imagine some parts of this post look a little weird. Hopefully the pictures aren’t too big.
Thank you for reading