Our final decision was to get the Doki Doki Crate, but, in the future, we're planning on getting a Japan Crate. Now, let's take a look!
- Cardcaptor Sakura Nendoroid - Cheerleading Sakura
- Gudetama Keychain
- Studio Ghibli No-Face Plush
- Kitty Bookmark
- Froggie Bookmark (that secretly turns into a pen!!!)
- Foxy Bookmark Whistle
- Jiji (Tiki's Delivery Service) Coin Purse
- Chi (Chi's Sweet Home) Nendoroid
- Mushroom Stick Marker
This had to be an amazing package. It was SUPER adorable and I absolutely loved it. Most of these items were very small, yet I have to admit, I was expecting them all to very either very small or at least medium sized. Although, I was expecting the crate to be a bit bigger, but I am still pleased with the overall package.
Also, when you sign up for the Doki Doki Crate (or the Japan Crate) you have the chance at winning a Suteki package (or if you signed up for the Japan Crate, a Sugoi package). Technically what it is a bigger Doki Doki Crate, but with different items and it is MUCH bigger (we haven't won one yet).
For one month, the Doki Doki (and the Premium sized Japan Crate) cost 30 dollars (moolah, dough, bread, cha-ching, bucks, whatever you want to call it), which might sound a lot, but it is worth it. REALLY worth it.