I’m a bit late on this one, sorry! I’ve been busy with the holidays and adopting a new kitten, so Skoshbox was put on the backburner for longer than I’d like. That being said, this box was a very nice change from November’s and I was excited to review it ever since it arrived in the mail!
Skoshbox had stated a few months ago that it would be forming a partnership with Tokyo Otaku Mode, but things wouldn’t really change much. Needless to say, I was kind of surprised when I saw how different November’s box looked from the previous ones. It’s still blue, but taller, resulting in a space above the snacks. This space isn’t necessarily a good thing, as it makes you feel like you’re not getting a whole lot in the box.
(Note: Sailor Moon isn’t included in this box, unfortunately. She’s just a little Prism Cafe Ochatomo figure I bought on Amazon a while ago. She’s very cute!)
Still, I’ll look past that and see how November’s selection holds up.
July is my birthday month, and my boyfriend surprised me with a Dekabox! Normally, we just get the Skoshbox, since it would be difficult to keep up with all of the snacks the Dekabox provides, but I’ll admit that I was always pretty curious about how the middle sized subscription option fared in comparison to the small.