Re-Ment Terrarium Dreaming Case #2 Series Figures

After 1 6 month wait, the Re-Ment Terrarium Dreaming Case #2 series was released in Japan.

Series #2 contains Eevee, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon & Sylveon. Together with series #1 that was released back in April, 2018 and contained Eevee, Flareon, Vaporeon & Jolteon, this completes the full line of 9 Eeveelution figures (plus 1 extra version of Eevee).

Each figure is in an adorable sleeping pose and comes in a plastic capsule that opens. The figures were randomly inserted in boxes, so it was a surprise to see which one you would get.  This is the latest in many series of figures made by Re-Ment company.

Due to popularity, these figures usually sell out quite fast at the Pokemon Centers in Japan, but of course you can always buy them directly from Japan from Pokevault while supplies lasts.

Dont miss the opportunity to complete this absolutely incredible set of Eeveelutions!!!

 

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Pokemon Center Everyone Wobbuffet Campaign

The Pokemon Centers is Japan have a new campaign going on. Its called “Everyone Wobbuffet”. Wobbuffet, Eevee, Pikachu, Combee, Audino and Ditto are featured in a variety of Wobbuffet themed goods.

There are plush toys, plush mascots, socks, keychains, iPhone cases, mug, candy tins, pin badges, stickers, notebook, post it notes, file folder, tote bag, drawstring bag, towels and more. You can still get them on Pokevault while supplies lasts.

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Pokemon Center Pikachu Night Parade Figures Released In Japan

The Pokemon Centers in Japan released the 3rd series of Pikachu limited edition figures today. This time the series is called “Pikachu Night Parade“.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Pokemon Center Pikachu figures, they are small figures that are only sold at the Pokemon Centers in Japan. Each box comes with one random figure. There are 10 different figures in the series.

Let me introduce all 10 figures in the series…..

Figure #1 (Star)

Figure #2 (Pajamas)

Figure #3 (The First Star)

Figure#4 (HotMilk)

Figure #5 (Mareep)

Figure#6 (Lights)

Figure#7 (Goodnight Eevee)

Figure#8 (Goodnight Pikachu)

Figure#9 (Candle)

Figure#10 (Jirachi)

Each figure stands about 1.5″ (4cm) tall and comes on a base. You can line up the figures in a row by lining up the bases.

This is the 3rd series. the first series was called “Pikachu Parade” and the 2nd series was called “Pikachu Seaside”. The previous 2 series are out of production, but you can still find them in limited quantity on Pokevault.

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Pokemon Cable Bites Vol. 3 & 4 Released In Japan

Pokemon “Sleeping on the Cable” cable bites Vol. 3 & 4 were released simultaneously today in Japan. There are 5 new characters in each set.

For those of you who do not know what a cable bite is, a cable bite is a plastic figure that attaches to your iphone cable. The figures come blind packaged, so you had to open them up to see which figure was inside.

Vol. 3 features Eevee, Flareon, Jolteon, Vaporeon & Sylveon.

Vol. 4 features Eevee, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon & Glaceon.

This is the 3rd and 4th series of sleeping cable bites. The first series featured Umbreon, Eevee, Espeon, Alolan Vulpix, Vulpix & Pikachu. The second series featured Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Pichu, Mew & Sylveon.

Cable bites are extremely popular and sell out really fast, but you can still get them while supplies lasts on Pokevault. There are also several other types of cable bites available with many more of your favorite Pokemon characters,  so there is something for everyone.

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Japanese Gashapon Nuku Nuku Time Pokemon Figures

There is a new series of Pokemon figures that was just released in Japan called “Nuku Nuku Time” gashapon figures. For those of you not familiar with gashapon figures, they are only sold in vending machines in Japan. They are also called “gatcha gatcha” figures. Each figure comes in a random plastic capsule with a paper insert.

They are absolutely adorable. Each figure is playing with a ball of yarn. There was 5 figures in the set: Pikachu, Litten, Mimikyu, Nagisa (Lana’s Eevee) & Alolan Vulpix.

Pikachu

Litten

Mimikyu

Nagisa (Lana’s Eevee)

Alolan Vulpix

This is our 2nd official look at Lana’s Eevee “Nagisa”. The first glimpse of Nagias was released in the Takara Tomy Chupa figure series that were sold in the Pokemon Center and a handful of stores throughout Japan.

These figures were only sold in Japan and tend to sell out in the machines very quickly, but you can still get them on Pokevault while supplies lasts.

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Poke Mofu Doll Vol. 2 Figures Released In Japan

Poke Doll Mofu figures vol. 2 were released today in Japan. This is the second series of figures. This time there are 3 Pikachus and 3 Eevees!!!

Figure #1 (Eevee)

Figure #2 (Eevee Smiling)

Figure #3 (Eevee Posing)

Figure #4 (Pikachu Hello)

Figure #5 (Pikachu Camera)

Figure #6 (Ditto Pikachu)

For those of you who are not familar with the Poke Mofu Doll figures, they are made by Bandai Company. They stand about 1.75″ (4.5cm) tall and are made of plastic. But what makes them unique from other figures is that they have a thin layer of fuzzy fur!!!

Vol. 1 featured 5 different Pikachus and 1 Mimikyu and is currently out of production. These figures are only sold in Japan and are in high demand, so they go quickly. But dont worry, you can get them on Pokevault while supplies lasts.

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Bandai Pokemon Kids Retro Reprint Series Released In Japan

Bandai Corporation has released a new series of Pokemon Kids figures that is a total blast from the past…..

This retro reprint series features some of the oldest Pokemon characters in their original forms.  You can see what the Pokemon characters actually looked like 20 years ago when they first came out.

This set was originally made back in 1996. Bandai has re-released the set in its original form and original boxes.  Each box comes with one figure, one random mini collector card and a piece of gum. So you have to open the box to find out which Pokemon you get….

There is 10 figures plus 1 secret rare figure in the set. I wont tell you who the secret figure is until the end (spoiler alert).

Here they are in their 1996 form. You will notice they look alot different than they did 20 years ago.

Pikachu

Metapod

Magnemite

Jigglypuff

Raichu

Gengar

Lapras

Eevee

Charizard

Mewtwo

SPOILER ALERT
And the secret rare figure in the set is……. drum roll…….

more drum roll……

more drum roll……

more drum roll…..

Ok, enough……

ITS MEW!!!!! 

An absolutely awesome set for those of you who werent able to get this set back in 1996. Its a must have.

And to top it off, the figures come inside a retro box with a game boy pictured on it. There are 5 different colors as well.

A total blast from the past…..

These figures were only sold in Japan for a very limited time, but don’t worry. You can still get them on Pokevault while supplies lasts.

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Pokemon Re-Ment Forest Figures Series #2 Available In Japan

Japan Re-Ment Pokemon Forest figures Vol. 2 have now been released in Japan. There are 8 brand new Pokemon characters. Each box comes with one random tree part and Pokemon figure.

Version #8 (Celebi)

Version #7 (Hoothoot)

Version #6 (Mimikyu)

Version #5 (Jigglypuff)

Version #4 (Togepi & Exeggcute)

Version #3 (Charmander)

Version #2 (Eevee)

Version #1 (Pikachu & Caterpie)

You can collect different figures to build a tree, just simply connect the pieces together. If you get all 8 pieces, the finished tree will look like this:

You can change the order of the pieces on the tree to make your own customized tree. But, the best thing is that each tree piece comes with the bottom piece of the tree, so you can even make a short tree with one or two pieces or you can make a huge giant tree. The finished 8 piece tree stands about 11″ (28cm) tall.

Whats more, you can even combine the pieces with series #1 and make a 15 piece tree (you can only have 1 top piece) that would stand a towering 21″ (53cm) tall.

Both Pokemon Forest tree figures series #1 & 2 are on Pokevault for a limited time. Don’t miss out on these incredible figures.

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Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu & Eevee Cafe Japan

For one month only, there is a new Pokemon cafe in Japan. Its called “Lets Go Pika Vui” (Pikachu & Eevee) cafe. The cafe is only temporary and will only last for a month, but I couldnt wait to go. Finally tonight I went there for dinner.

The place is quite small, but it decorated nicely and very cute. There is seating for about 20 people.

There are lots of decorations on the wall including Butterfree, Dragonite, Bulbasaur and many more, but the coolest one by far was the Onix that looked like it was busting thru the wall.

Before you walk in, the staff will give you a menu and you take a seat in the waiting area outside. The menu is shaped like a Pokeball. The ordering process is a little strange. You have to place your order before you go inside and you cant add anything to your order after you place it.

The menu is quite small with only a handful of menu items, but they are all Pokemon themed and very cute!!! Although they were quite expensive (about $15 each on average).

At the table was a really cool paper placemat. its made of thicker than normal paper and they give you a rubber band to roll it up and take home.

The first item we orders was the Onix stew. Comes with a cutout gray colored bread bowl and stew inside. There was paper Onix and Brock cutouts attached to the food with toothpicks.

Next we received the Eevee doria. It had brown colored rice with tomato sauce and white sauce shaped like a Pokeball. Eevee’s ears were made of a rice type cracker that was edible and its eyes looked like stickers but were made of some sort of gelatin I believe and were also edible.

For dessert I ordered the Eevee pudding. Inside the glass jar was pudding and cake. Eevee’s tail was made of paper and its ears and eyes were the same as the dorian. The Pokeball was a scoop of vanilla icecream with a gelatin sticker.

On the way out I hit up the Lets Go Pika Vui cafe original merchandise corner. There were file folders, stickers, mobile phone cases, postcards, pen cases, tshirts, notebooks, mugs and some keychains and pin badges in the vending machine.

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Munch “The Scream” Japanese Pokemon Promo Cards

Some of the most unique and coolest Pokemon cards ever just got released in Japan. The cards are based on Norwegian painter Edvard Munch’s famous painting “The Scream” which is currently touring in Japan at the Tokyo Art Museum. There was a total of 5 Pokemon cards (Pikachu not shown) that are Pokemon versions of the famous painting made into promo cards.  These cards will almost positively only be available in Japan and not any other countries.

The Mimikyu comes with a mini card binder. It was only available online from the Pokemon Center (limit 1 per person) and sold in VERY limited quantity at the Tokyo Art Museum. In order to buy merchandise at the museum, you must buy a ticket and brave the 1-2 hour wait to buy merchandise.

Eevee, Psyduck and Rowlet were given out at the Pokemon Centers in Japan (1 per person) if you bought 2 or more Pokemon booster packs. BUT, the problem is that none of the Pokemon Centers in Japan currently have any booster packs for sale because they are so popular, so these were very difficult to get. Lines formed at 5am at most stores and it was a lottery to buy booster packs.

The final card is Pikachu which will be available for one week only in early December. In order to receive the card,  you must attend the Munch art exhibit (admission ticket required), while supplies lasts.

There were several other Munch items including file folders, keychain charms, a plush “Scream” Pikachu, phone covers and more in very limited quantity and only sold at the museum’s gift shop (limit 5 items per person). Most items are already sold out.

You can currently find these rare treasures on Pokevault while supplies lasts. These cards are very popular and will not last long.

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