Giveaway: win a Harajuku Box by Kawaii Panda

October is a very special month for us. In a couple of weeks, in fact, Kawaii Gazette will be 11 years old and, as usual, we want to celebrate with you in style. This year we start a bit earlier with a super kawaii giveaway offered by Kawaii Panda, an online store that became in no time one of our favourites. Keep reading to learn more and enter the giveaway!

Kawaii Games: KleptoCats

There is a special category of games we call “waiting room games”. These are not demanding games you can play while you wait your turn at the post office or at the café: you just need one free hand and you don’t have to worry if you have to stop the game. In our opinion, everyone should have at least one of these games in their smartphone… and in case you need one, we suggest you KleptoCats!

WOWBOX: here’s the June Kawaii & Beauty box

Here we are again showing you the content of a new WOWBOX we just received, more precisely the June Kawaii & Beauty Box. As usual, to receive and open a new WOWBOX is always an amazing surprise, especially since this month the box includes something different than the classic snacks. Let’s open it!

Giveaway: win a set of squishies with

Do you like squishies? We do and so it’s a great pleasure for us to introduce you to, the online shop where you can buy all the squishy you always wanted, from the scented to the big ones and all absolutely kawaii! Do you want to receive a set of super soft squishy specially chosen by us? If the answer is yes, then this giveaway is just for you!

Review: March stickers from Sticker Swaps

Few days ago, in our mailbox has arrived a new colourful envelope from Sticker Swaps! As we already told you, Sticker Swaps is the subscription to receive home each month a set of stickers to collect, attach wherever you want and trade with friends. For March, there are some little but important changes we really appreciated. Let’s open together the new Sticker Swaps!

Reading tips: Storia dell’Animazione Giapponese

Did you know that in the Seventies Sanrio founded an animated film company with the aim to break into the American market? Or that the first anime deliberately exploiting kawaii phenomenon was Magical Talroot-kun in 1990? These are just some of the trivia more or less known you can find into Storia dell’Animazione Giapponese (History of Japanese Animation), a book written by Guido Tavassi and published in Italy by Tunué, back in the Italian bookstores with a new edition updated to celebrate a century of Japanese animation. We have browsed it for you!