Friday Pokemon Announcements – Eevee Poncho Collection + Pokemon Center Plush + Pokedolls + Umbreon & Espeon Cosmetics

Friday Pokemon Announcements – Eevee Poncho Collection + Pokemon Center Plush + Pokedolls + Umbreon & Espeon Cosmetics

We got a couple of potentially huge and exciting announcements this weekend, way bigger than I was expecting!

First up…Eevees return with this super adorable new mini promotion: Eevee Poncho Collection! This promo will go on sale at all Pokemon Centers and Stores in Japan starting October 7th (Saturday).

Merch Line-Up

EP01
EP04
EP02

Poncho Plush – 2,160 yen each
Mascot Poncho Plush – 1,296 yen each

Petit Candy Tin Collection (Blind Packaged – 9 designs with 1 secret) – 410 yen each
Clearfiles – 260 yen each
Card Sleeves (64 Sleeves per Set) – 777 yen each

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Hooded Ponchos (for people!) – 5,184 yen each

A special gacha set will also go on sale as part of the Eevee Poncho series. There will be 8 figures in total, no secrets, and as usual, one play will cost 300 yen.

A TCG campaign will also start October 7th. Customers who buy 5 booster packs from Pokemon Centers, Stores, or the on-line Pokemon Center will receive 1 of 8 possible Eevee Poncho illustration cards. This campaign will run while supplies last.

Pokedolls will return to Pokemon Centers and Stores in Japan October 7th (Saturday) with Oricorio and all four of their forms (Baile, Pom-Pom, Pa’u, and Sensu)!

Each plush will cost 1,296 yen.

Along with everything previously announced, a new set of Pokemon Center exclusive plush will drop October 7th (Saturday)!

This batch of plush will include Sentret, Furret, Marill, Wooper, Joltik, and Cutiefly (woo!)

Joltik and Cutiefly are both billed as 1:1 size plush and will cost 1,296 yen each.
Sentret, Marill, and Wooper will all cost 1,620 yen each.
Furret will cost 2,160 yen.

A super adorable and sweet mainly cosmetic themed promotion, featuring Umbreon, Espeon, and Pikachu, will go on sale in Japan starting (when else) October 7th (Saturday)! If you love Umbreon, Espeon, and Pikachu, and also want to be soft, then this promotion was made for you.

Full Line-Up

Hand Cream (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 432 yen each
Hand Cream + Hand Towel Gift Set (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 1,296 yen each
Lip Gloss (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 756 yen each
Chapstick (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 324 yen each
Cheek & Lip Blush (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 540 yen each
Face Mask Packs (Pikachu / Alola Vulpix / Mimikyu / Pyukumuku) – 540 yen each

EU07
EU12
EU11
EU08
EU10
EU09

Body Mist (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 756 yen each
Moisturizer (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 994 yen each
Memo Pad w/ Case (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 864 yen each
Bandaid Sets (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 432 yen each
Pouch (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 1,620 yen each

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Foldable Mirrors (Pikachu / Umbreon & Espeon) – 1,620 yen each

On a parting note, this poster is currently up at Pokemon Centers in Japan, advertising for a mystery Vulpix and Alolan Vulpix promotion set to come out in October. There is a chance we’ll get more information next week, but I’m excited! October is shaping up to be a great month (or a horrible month depending on how much stuff you’re buying) for Eevee and Vulpix collectors!

As always, everything listed here (and more!) can be ordered through Japanstuffs.

Want to chat about up-coming releases? Send me a Tweet or leave me a comment on Instagram!

Until next time~

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Eevee Poncho Series
Eevee Poncho TCG Campaign
Oricorio Pokedolls
October Pokemon Center Exclusive Plush
Umbreon & Espeon Cosmetics

Unboxing – Package from Japan Stuffs

Hello everyone!

Today’s update is a new kind of blog post: unboxing! I originally had wanted to make a video, but my hair was super not good when my box arrived and I wanted to open it right away, so here is a bunch of photos instead. Note: when I say a bunch of photos, I mean a lot, so be warned before you read more!

This box is actually mostly filled of stuff for my girlfriend, Kerstin, who also placed the order, so a special shout out to her! And of course, shout out to Japan Stuffs for picking up all of these items from the Pokemon Center and being generally awesome.

Both my girlfriend and I generally stick to EMS shipping when sending things from Japan, because of the security (EMS automatically comes with tracking) and the speed (it generally takes between 3-5 days depending on how quickly the box is shipped out from Japan). The package was shipped out on a Wednesday and had already arrived by Saturday. For the most part, the box arrived intact, although there was a small hole on one side, which was the fault of the postal service, but it happens and it’s happened on multiple boxes of mine in the past. However, I will point out that Japan Stuffs individually wraps all items in the box in little bags, so even if the shipping box is damaged in flight, you don’t have to worry about items going missing.

Moving on to what everyone wants to see…what’s inside the box!
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Pokemon Merchandise Announcements – Alola Friends + Poketabi + Magikarp Taiyaki

More merchandise announcements for the 23rd of December, which is quickly turning into Nightmare Before Christmas: Pokemon Edition.

The Alola Friends promotion quietly slipped under the radar by getting announced via the Pokemon Daisuki Club. The line-up features a variety of items for home use with a very cute and simple Pikachu centric illustration.

As mentioned, the promotion will go on sale along with everything else December 23rd at all Pokemon Centers and Stores around Japan.

Full Line-Up

Free Box (Surfboard, Hula Dance) – 1,080 yen each
Free Tray – 1,458 yen
Cork Board – 1,296 yen
Cork Coaster (Set of 2) – 486 yen
Soup Mug – 1,404 yen
Set of 2 Glasses – 1,296 yen
Oval Bowl – 1,728 yen
Mini Bowl – 864 yen
Tissue Cover – 1,620 yen
Storage Basket – 2,700 yen
Towel Mat – 1,944 yen
Face Towel – 983 yen
Bath Towel – 3,240 yen
Wallstory (Pikachu, Pikachu + Exeggutor, Pikachu + Raichu, Pikachu + Oriocorio) – 756 yen each

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