Takara Tomy corporation has just released a new type of Monster Collection Pokemon figure in Japan. They are called Moncolle Poke Del-Z. “Del-Z” is a shortened form of the word “Delruzo” which means “Coming Out” in Japanese. This is the newest craze to hit the Japanese market.
Here is a demonstration:
Just simply put the figure inside of the Pokeball and you can start having battles with other people. You simply put the figure inside the ball and toss it. The Pokemon figure will jump out of the ball. You can also put your own figures inside the ball. It also comes with several stickers to put inside the Pokeball.
Here is How To Play:
1. First, put the figure inside the Pokeball.
2. Then lightly throw or toss the Pokeball in a rolling motion like you are bowling (dont throw it).
3. The ball will open up and the figure will jump out.
4. On the Inside of the Pokeball there is a number. Whichever team has the highest number wins the battle.
These awesome figures are currently available in Japan, but you can purchase them on Pokevault. At the moment there is Charizard, Pikachu, Groudon, Kyogre, Articuno, Moltres & Zapdos available, but more will be coming soon. You can also put your own Moncolle figures in the Pokeball if you prefer.
The Pokemon Centers in Japan are teaming up with Kaiju for a collaboration.
Kaiju and Pikachu will be joining forces and there will be 4 new plush toys. They will be the popular poncho style featuring Pikachu wearing Hydreigon, Tyranitar, Charizard & Kaiju costumes.
These beautiful plushies will be available for purchase on Pokevault for a limited time after June 30, 2018. They will be in short supply, so dont wait.
The Pokemon Centers in Japan have released the new Saiko Soda campaign merchandise. “Saiko” means “best” or “awesome” in Japanese. This lineup features an adorable cartoon type version of Eevee & Pikachu in a variety of goods with soda.
There was alot of different merchandise available including a hand towel, mini bath towel, mascot plush keychains, cool type socks, iPhone cases, stickers, keychains, mirror, earrings, cups, memo pad, pen case with candy, pass case, file folder and more. There was also a few bags and a backpack which are not pictured. You can check out Pokevault’s video below for a closeup look at all the goodies.
These items will most likely only be available in Japan, but you can of course purchase them on Pokevault while supplies lasts.
Re-Ment company is releasing a new type of figure that is similar to the Terrarium figures. The new figure series is called Dreaming Case Eevee & Friends. It will be released in Japan on August, 28, 2018.
The series will feature only 4 of the Eeveelution figures: Eevee, Jolteon, Flareon & Vaporeon, but Im sure the others will be released afterwards. Each figure is in a dreamy or sleeping pose and comes in a Pokeball shaped capsule with a small piece of gum. The capsules open in half, so you can mix and match the figures if you like. These figures highly resemble the Terrarium figures which you can purchase on Pokevault. The Dreaming Case figures will be available on Pokevault as soon as they are released on August 28, 2018. These are sure to be extremely popular, so dont miss out on these amazing figures.
The Pokemon Centers in Japan have just started a new pre-order for the 2018 Ganba Lillie & Clefairy Nendoroid figure.
For those of you who are not familiar with Nendoroid figures, they are figures with interchangeable facial expressions, body parts and props.
There are 3 different versions of the Ganba Lillie Nendoroid figure (Normal, Pokemon Center & GoodSmile versions).
The normal version does not have any special bonus items and just comes with 3 facial expressions, healing ball & Clefairy figure.
The Pokemon Center version is only available online in Japan. If you order from the Japan Pokemon Center online site between May 17 to June 13, 2018, you will receive a bonus Cosmoem figure.
If you order from the Goodsmile website, you receive an Alola photograph frame.
For those of you who do not live in Japan, don’t worry, you can place your orders now on Pokevault, and they will ship them anywhere in the world. Make sure you order before the pre-order ends on June 13th (Japan time). After that, the prices are likely to go up. The Lillie Nendoroid figures will be released in Japan sometime around the middle or end of December, 2018. There are also several other Pokemon Nendoroid figures also available for those of you who are serious collectors.
The Pokemon Centers in Japan are currently taking pre-orders for the new Ganba Lillie & Clefairy 1/8 scale figure. This figure is a collaboration between the Pokemon Center and Kotobukiya.
The figure is made to 1/8 scale size and measures about 8.25″ (21cm) tall, 5.1″ (13cm) wide and 4″ (10cm) long. The pre-order is from March 3 – June 30, 2018. Only the amount ordered will be made, so its an opportunity that you wont want to miss. The figure will be released towards the end of November, 2018. For those of you who do not live in Japan, don’t worry, Pokevault is currently taking orders and will ship worldwide. After June 30th, the prices are very likely to increase, so dont wait….
Takara Tomy will be releasing 6 more Chokkori San mini plushies on June, 21, 2018, in Japan. For those of you who are not familiar with Chokkori San plushies, they are small size plushies that can sit on a table, in a cup, on your desk, etc. The word “Chokkori” means “a little” or “slightly” in English, so the name means they are in a slightly sitting position. They are very cute. Last time Takara Tomy released Brock, Misty, Jessie, James, Meowth, Vulpix, Pikachu, Psyduck and Ash Ketchum.
This time around it will be Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Snorlax, Chansey and Nurse Joy! These will only be available in Japan, but you can of course get them on Pokevault after June 21, 2018. They will be in limited supply, so hurry if you want one of these little cuties.
Kawada Company in Japan will be releasing 2 new Pokemon Nano Block figures on June 30th. This time it will be Magikarp and Chansey.
For those of you who are not familiar with Nano blocks, they are mini Lego-type building blocks, but they are much smaller (thus the name Nano meaning “small”). These mini blocks are made by Kawada company in Japan and are only for sale in Japan. There have been over 40 different Pokemon characters made so far, plus several sets, for a total of more than 75 different Pokemon. You can find the previous released Nano Blocks on Pokevault. These two new figures will be available after June 30th. You can build a specific Pokemon character, or of course you can combine different sets to build other things. The best part about Nano Blocks is that they are really small, so you can build much more detailed items.