Japan Disney Store’s Lucky Box Whats Up? Our non-Disney fanatic finds out

But is it really worth buying? Contents are three times the boxs value?

Four out of five boxes value is three times the boxs value, but is this real worth buying?

Japanese-language reporter Seiji Nakazawa isnt the world’s biggest Disney fan, he has to admit fellow reporter and Disney fanatic Daiichiro Tashiro has so much enthusiasm for the Disney franchise that Seiji decided to take a chance on a Japan Disney Store Lucky Box. One online in November, finally got it delivered to his doorstep on Dec. 29.

Lucky Box cost Seiji 10,000 yen (US$76.37) and its contents valued three times more than lucky box value – Lucky Box product description. Seiji also reviewed box’s content at a minimum cost effectiveness.

Daiichiro has been dealing with some Disneys Lucky Boxes in the past, but from a hardcore fan perspective, the quality of their contents remains unavoidable.

Would this finally be the year the lucky box gets Daiichiros stamp of approval? Seiji handed over box as he opened box, asked Daiichiro for evaluation.

Lucky Box’s contents:

  • Disney Reused Shopping Bag Reuseable
  • Mickey Plushie (Rabbit)
  • Disney Stainless Steel Tumbler
  • Ariel Bath Towel
  • Chip, Dale Plushies
  • Dale Tsumtsum Plushie
  • Disney Face Mask
  • Winnie the Pooh Stickers
  • Rapunzel Mini 6-Punch Binder
  • Ariel Wireless Speaker
  • Ariel Hand Sanitizer Set
  • Star Wars Key Figure
  • Disney Buzz Lightyear Figurine Set
  • Disney Shop 10 Percent Off Coupon

Seiji was satisfied with the lucky box immediately after opening it. Toy Story Fans: While the Buzz Lightyear Figurine Set looks like a little too much toy story fans, though, as a little odd considering that it comes in a complete package. Certains of the characters reminded him of Transformers.

Product descriptions say similar price to its name, but look as though to be in its own right. Among the 490 yen-bound Dale Tsumtsum Plushie, Chip and Dale Plushies (4,400 yen), Stainless Steel Tumbler (2,530 yen) and Ariel Bath Towel (860) totals over 10,000 yen; only four.

Daiichiro hit the lucky box! His fave is the idea of a Rabbit Mickey Plushie to Celebrate Year of Rabbit, saying it was super cute. Everything else is better than last year, but even the design of the box itself is excellent.!

And one, it’s a nice thing to have more rabbit-themed ones; two, rather than mixing them all up. Hardcore fans would find they would sell special boxes that were princess-themed, Star Wars-themed, and so on! he said.

Seiji asked if there was something in the box that Daiichiro wanted, and picked the Mickey plushie. Seiji said it wasn’t rare but would leave his happy home even happier.

Seiji didnt really get it, but he gifted the plushie to Daiichiro anyway. Seiji was especially excited about mug and bath towel as recent worn out was also our non-Disney fanatics perspective.

I guess the more he stared at the mug, the more he realized the more he realized.

This probably included in a much more affordable 3,500-yen lucky box. Oh well.

Don’t worry as much as a big Disney fan, you can still find some value in lucky boxes at lower price points. Daiichiro, Seiji give lucky box a stamp of approval in any case! Maybe Seiji to be a fully-converted fanatic by next year.