We got a bunch of exciting announcements today, including more merch scheduled for July 16th since there’s not already enough stuff coming out on that day!
The Pokemon Center is on the ball this time with the next set of Kuttari plush already announced and set for release on the 16th! This Pokemon featured in this set seem a little random, but it seems like a lot of people are excited, so that’s all that matters.
This 6th set includes Absol, Cubone, Growlithe, Jirachi, Quagsire, and Zorua. All Pokemon will have both an awake and sleeping version (similar to the Zorua pictured here) and each plush will retail for 928 yen.
As previously mentioned, the Poncho Pikachu plush returns with a new set of Pikachus dressed up as mega evolved Pokemon! This mini promotion will consist of normal and mascot size plush, gacha figures, and stickers. The Mega Pokemon featured in this set are Mega Ampharos, Mega Diancie, Mega Gallade, Mega Gardevoir, Mega Lopunny, Mega Mawile, and Mega Rayquaza.
Gacha figures will be 300 yen per pull.
Regular sized plush will be 2,376 yen each.
Mascot plush will be 1,296 yen each.
The stickers will be 216 yen each.
Monthly Pair Pikachu for August will also be coming out in Japan on July 16th because the more the merrier!
These two Pikachus are enjoying their summer vacation (in Alola?) and will retail for 2,808 yen.
A promotion featuring traditional Japanese themed and patterned items will go on sale starting from July 23rd. The stars of this line-up are definitely these crepe fabric styled plush
And these mini otedama (beanbag) plushies.
This promotion is perfect if you love more traditional Japanese items and also Pokemon!
Crepe-Style Plush (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Pikachu, Squirtle) – 1,404 yen
Mini Beanbag Plush (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Mew, Pikachu, Snorlax, Squirtle) – 648 yen
Cloth Gift Bags (2 Designs) – 2,160 yen
Coin Purse (4 Designs) – 1,404 yen
Pouch (4 Designs) – 1,944 yen
Hand Towel (4 Designs) – 1,404 yen
Ca.Crea Notebooks (4 Designs) – 486 yen
Masking Tape (4 Designs) – 626 yen
Traditional Leather Card Case (Red / Dark Blue) – 7,560 yen
A4 Clearfile (4 Designs) – 260 yen
Stickers (Set of 4 Designs) – 864 yen
Foldable Fan (2 Designs) – 2,106 yen
Small Bell Charm (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Mew, Pikachu, Snorlax, Squirtle) – 530 yen
A bunch of new gotochi (regional) gacha pins will go on sale in their respective regions starting from mid July. These new pins can be found in Fukuoka
1 gacha pull will be 300 yen.
Last and certainly not least, new K.Uno x Pokemon collaboration jewelry!
Propose in style with these Pikachu themed rings or shower your love with Gengar.
Among the jewelry available, there is one necklace with Pikachu sitting on a pile of pokeballs, great balls, ultra balls, and master balls. The necklace can be ordered in several combinations of silver, yellow gold, white gold, and platinum, with prices ranging from 18,000 yen (silver) to 88,000 yen (yellow gold and platinum).
These two rings work great as a pair, with the male Pikachu tail on one ring complimenting the female Pikachu tail on the other.
The rings come in both mens and womens sizes and in combinations of silver, yellow gold, white gold, and platinum with prices ranging from 18,000 yen (silver) to 90,000 yen (yellow gold and platinum).
These pokeball rings also come in mens and womens sizes and is the only jewelry in the line-up to include pink gold as an available material. Prices range from 12,000 yen (silver) to 65,000 yen (platinum).
This ring design is one of my favorites from all of the jewelry K.uno has made to date. The Pikachus are small enough to stay fashionable while staying recognizable without a magnifying glass. Also, if you look closely, the little Pikachu tails are different. This ring is available in combinations of silver, yellow gold, white gold, and platinum and prices range from 29,000 yen (silver) to 120,000 yen (platinum and yellow gold).
This Pikachu ring is my number one favorite from the batch! The Pikachu charm is definitely big enough to stand out but still a very cute design. Unless you propose with this ring, I’m not accepting it 😉 This design is available in combinations of silver, yellow gold, white gold, and platinum with prices ranging from 25,000 yen (silver) to 158,000 yen (yellow gold and platinum).
Gengar is the only piece of jewelry from this batch that only comes in one variation: silver.
They did make the effort to include his little spikes on the back of the charm. Gengar rings start from 22,000 yen.
All Pokemon jewelry will be shipped in the small box with the Pokeball print on the top. The extra special Pokeball shaped case can be bought for an additional 4,000 yen. If you are one of the first 400 people to purchase Pokemon jewelry, however, you will get one of the Pokeball shaped cases for free!
Until next time ~