Q: Is this temporarily unavailable? Will it be available again?Asked by Rebecca M., April 2020
Q: Is there a way to be notified when this box is available again (as in open to new subscribers)? Or, is there a way to pre-order the next box? I live in the USA if that makes a difference.Asked by Heather E., April 2020
Not sure if this will help you, but I was looking through their website, and I was able to sign up for their newsletter there. They use it to give updates on upcoming themes and deals, so I imagine they'll announce there when they open back up. I hope it's soon. I'm also based out of the USA and found this box again after having seen it a long time ago and then lost track of it.
Q: Can I pre-order a box for when it’s available again?Asked by Julia M., April 2020
Q: When are we able to purchase past boxes? i'm very interested in getting my hands on the March 2020 Lifestyle box featuring cherry blossoms. Asked by Rosanna C., May 2020
This was my first Kizuna box and I love it! Everything was carefully packaged and presented. The mini flower vase was a delightful surprise, I’ve never seen a vase like that before, and the pottery is gorgeous and in keeping with the Tsuyu Rainy Season theme. All the items are lovely, and I’m already looking forward to the next one!
This was my first Kizuna Box and I absolutely LOVE it! I was so surprised at just how much stuff you get in the box. Everything was very well wrapped and nothing was damaged. As you can see from the attached photos, the pottery included was absolutely beautiful and worth every penny. I will definitely be a repeat customer. I cannot wait for my next box!
I spent three years in Japan and then moved back to the States. I was really missing Japan. This box was perfect! Got the April 2019 Sakura themed snack box. Very pretty goodies and cute post-it notes.
Received the early spring box yesterday, perfect timing as my early spring hyacinth,daffodils,and crocus are coming up. Gorgeous pieces as always, I love the blossom plate and cup. The clothes have been a joy to use in the kitchen. And I can’t wait to try the tea!
The March 2020 Sakura box was absolutely beautiful!!
I LOVED every single item they put in. If I had to choose my most favorite piece, I would choose the Sakura chopsticks. I use them almost every day. I love not only their beauty but also how practical they are. The pottery and the soup bowl were breathtaking!
Kizuna box has never disappointed me and I cannot wait for next months box!
I received the 2020 January box, my first non gift box. The month’s theme was Japanese winter or Fuyu. The contents ranged from beautiful to very practical including a things such as a beautiful Ume plate, hand cream, and milk tea colored tea towel. There was a decent mix of high quality and everyday items. While maybe not the most exciting in terms of uniqueness to Japan, I will definitively find use for the winter products here in our North East US winter. Overall I am pretty satisfied with the box and was surprised on how fast the shipping was considering where it was coming from. Now I need a nabe pot and make some nabemono!
This is such a beautiful fun box that helped teach me about the Japanese culture. I docked a point for shipping because it’s expensive but everything was packaged beautifully and arrived in a timely manner with tracking!
I think the Feb box has been my favorite so far - perfect for giving that feeling of early spring! I've been using the little tea cup most every day, and enjoy having snacks on the plates. I also love the little towel way more than expected - it's super soft after it's been washed! All around this has been a great box, and I'm so looking forward to the Sakura box next month!
I got the six-month subscription for Mother's Day last year and I'm so very glad I asked for a renewal for a Christmas present!
The Sakura Cherry Blossoms box has some of my favorite items EVER. I love cherry blossoms, so each and every item made me super happy. I especially love the minoyaki ceramic bowl--I love the way some of the designs on the outside are raised or incised, like the rabbit bowl a few months ago. And it's a great size to hold soy sauce while having sushi! Since I'm a philosophy professor, the "path of philosophy" postcard is going on display in my office!!! The furoshiki is stunning and I love how the design captures the night-viewing described in the booklet; it's wonderful how these items teach a little bit about Japanese culture and are not just "stuff" to accumulate.
Fantastic Box! Well prepared and beautiful presentation! 5 Stars all around! :D