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Posted by brittandpuppycat March 22, 2016
Clutter x Japan Crate – Win Some Yummy and Kawaii Stuff!

Get your lucky cat ready… Clutter teamed up with Japan Crate for some yummy and cute giveaways!

Japan Crate is a super awesome monthly subscription service that delivers Japanese candy right to your door! The goodies in the Japan Crate can range from DIY candy kits to exclusive seasonal treats that will immerse you into the world of Japanese candy culture.

Doki Doki Crate – which is the sound of an excited heart beating – is a similar subscription service. Instead of candy, Doki Doki Crate is filled with kawaii goodies straight from Japan! Every month there is a theme to what is shipped in the box, such as arcade and bento items!  As an added bonus, one lucky subscriber every month is shipped a bonus crate, the Suteki crate, which is a giant box stuffed with the most kawaii items the team can find!

Hurry and head over to Clutter's Instagram to participate in these awesome Doki Doki and Japan Crate contests. The winner of each contest will win 3-month subscriptions to the corresponding Crate. Winners will be picked at random on March 25th at 3pm EST. Best of luck to everyone!


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