Usually Pokemon Center plush are associated with the small chibi-fied Pokedolls. Regular plush were introduced bit by bit, but never in a high quantity. Not until the release of Black and White. Along with the classic Pokedoll plush, the Pokemon Center also started to release new plush toys that look more true-to-life, and they have been a huge hit ever since.
The first set of the new plush was on the day Pokemon Black and White were released, and featured two types of plush. There were two large plush of Reshiram and Zekrom, both of which are roughly twelve inches tall. Smaller plush were also released and featured the starters along with some of the heavily-advertised Pokemon like Minccino and Axew. In total one dozen new plush were available, with the large plush costing 3300 yen and the small plush being 1200 yen, more than the price of a regular Pokedoll. Three large, life-size plush were also released of the three starters. The life-size plush were nearly two feet tall, with Pokabu being about that long length-wise, and have been the most expensive plush to be sold in the stores. The large plush were extremely popular and other Pokemon have been made into this style of plush in recent times thanks to the original success of these three. Continue reading “Fifth Generation Pokemon Center Plush”
Resisting the allure of the Pokemon Center-exclusive Pokedoll plush is difficult, and a wide variety of them have been made. Even though the current generation of Pokemon is less than a year old, a good number of characters already have a Pokedoll. Some have even gotten the large DX Pokedolls or the plush pens featuring a miniaturized version of the Pokedoll plush. But since so many have been available since summer last year, keeping up with new and old releases may be a bit difficult, and quite pricey.
The first two Pokedolls of the current generation were Zorua and Zoroark, available around the time of the fourteenth Pokemon movie. The two Pokedolls tied in with the movie closely as both characters were major characters, plus they were the first two fifth generation Pokemon revealed. Continue reading “5th Generation Pokemon Pokedolls”
There is a new lifesize plush toy released in Japan. This time it is Pansage, or Yanappu as it is referred to in Japanese. This Pokemon plushie is huge. It measures 25″ (64cm) tall and 20.5″ (54cm) wide. Far bigger than any other Pansage plush toy made to date.
You can see it here next to a can of juice for a size comparison. This is the 5th lifesize plushie to come out from the generation V character series. The other lifesize plush were Oshawott, Tepig, Snivy and Scraggy. Continue reading “Pokemon Lifesize Pansage Plush Toy”
Pokemon plush toys are a fun way to display your obsession for Pokemon! There are plushies made for almost every Pokemon! Ones from the original one hundred fifty to the new Black and White Pokemon. Plush toys are fun to collect. Like the TCG cards there are also sets of Pokemon plushies! Like Poke Dolls, UFO Catcher Prize, etc. There are such ones like Zorua, Zoroark, Mew etc. Some people even trade plush toy for plush toy! You can buy plush toys from good Pokemon websites or stores. You can even buy plush toys from this website! There are also key chain plush toys. Continue reading “Pokemon Plush Toys And Figures”
Pokemon Black & White, I had mixed feelings about the new game honestly. Most of the new generation 5 Pokemon were so strange and different! Then a certain purple kitty, by the name of Choroneko/Purrloin was revealed! I have always had a soft spot for the evolved cat forms, so my like for Choroneko came as a bit of a surprise. Don’t get me wrong, I have always liked Meowth, Skitty, and Glameow. I just like their evolved forms better for some reason! Continue reading “A Devious Feline”
The Pokemon Center is a specialist store for Pokemon goods, and can be found in 6 locations – Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Yokohama and Sapporo. All of which are in Japan. The wide range of original Pokemon Center goods are the most popular items found at the Pokemon Center. If you want Pokemon goods, you know the Pokemon Center is the place to go! It is a Pokemon fan’s paradise.
Is there a Pokemon Center in the US?
The Pokemon Center is a must see destination for any Pokemon fan. Here in the United States we can only dream of a place that is entirely devoted to Pokemon- and there once was. For all of you looking for a Pokemon Center in the US, let me end your search. There was once a Pokemon Center in New York, but don’t go searching because you won’t find it. Continue reading “Is There A Pokemon Center In The US?”
There is a new Victini campaign at the Pokemon Centers in Japan. These items are only sold at the Pokemon Centers in Japan and not at any toy stores or anywhere else. The campaign will only last for a very short time, so hurry and get these goodies. At the moment there is a Victini plush toy, memo pad, notebook, two different clear file folders, mechanical pencil, handkerchief, Nintendo DS cartridge case and a tshirt. Continue reading “Pokemon Center Victini Campaign”
The Pokemon Center in Fukuoka, Japan has just moved to a new location. The Grand Re-Opening is on March 3rd, but I managed to get a pre-opening invitation, so I was able to get the new Pokemon items a day early. This promotion was very similar to the Osaka one last year. There was plushies, a pin badge, keychain, clear folder a pillow and some large size stickers. I was kind of disappointed that there was no charms, but the plushies are very cool, so it made up for it. Continue reading “Pokemon Center Fukuoka Grand Re-Opening Merchandise”