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.
The Japanese Re-Ment Pokemon Forest figures have now been released in Japan. Each box came with one random tree part and figure.
Version #8 (Celebi)
Version #7 (Pidgeotto)
Version #6 (Pichu)
Version #5 (Teddiursa)
Version #4 (Elekid/Bellossom)
Version #3 (Bulbasaur/Oddish)
Version #2 (Rowlet)
Version #1 (Pikachu)
You can connect the pieces of the tree together to build a Pokemon tree. If you get all 8 pieces, the finished tree will look like this
Of course you can change the order of the 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. You can find these awesome Pokemon Forest tree figures on Pokevault for a limited time. Collect one, two or the entire set!!!
The Re-Ment Terrarium figures keep coming. A special Collection EX Alola version will be released in Japan on June 18, 2018. Terrarium figures come in a clear plastic Pokeball shaped capsule with a figure inside, just like a mini terrarium.
Vol. 1 featured Pikachu, Dragonair, Eevee, Snorlax, Lapras & Bulbasaur.
Vol. 2 featured Pikachu/Togepi, Squirtle, Charizard, Psyduck/Poliwag, Cubone/Sandshrew and Articuno.
Vol. 3 (coming July 9th) will feature Charmander, Zapdos, Cyndaquil, Misdreavus, Vaporeon & Celebi.
Collection EX Alola (coming June 18th) will feature Ash Hat Pikachu/Rowlet, Litten, Popplio, Mimikyu, Alolan Vulpix & Bewear.
Vol. 1 & 2 are currently available on Pokevault. Vol. 3 and the Collection EX Alola version will be available as soon as they are released. Dont miss out on these amazing figures.
The Pokemon Centers and some licenses Pokemon retailers have just released the new Chokkori San plush toys.
“Chokkori” means “A little” or “Slightly” in English. They are in a “slightly” sitting position which makes them great to put on the edge of your desk, chair, in a cup, etc. They can even hold a pen or pencil for you!!! They are made by Takara Tomy A.R.T.S. company. You can of course buy them on Pokevault. There was Pikachu, Meowth, Psyduck, Vulpix, Ash Ketchum, Misty, Brock, Jessie and James to choose from. These little guys wont be around for long, so get ’em while you can.
The Pokemon Centers in Japan will be releasing 7 Rainbow Rocket Pikachu plushies on January 20th, 2018.
Each of the 7 Pikachu plushies is dressed up like a Pokemon Trainer. There will be Archie, Cyrus, Ghetsis, Giovanni, Guzma, Lysandre, & Maxie representing Team Aqua, Galactic, Plasma, Rocket, Skull, Flare & Magma. Come check out Pokevault on January 20th to get yours. These will surely be popular, so they will go fast. More Rainbow Rocket merchandise will also be available.
The Japan Pokemon Centers will be releasing more goodies. This time the campaign is called “Oteire Please”.
It features new plushies, mascot plushies, cups, keychains, figures, towels, socks and more.
The items will be released on January 1st, 2018 at the Pokemon Centers in Japan. You can get em at Pokevault after January 1st. These are release on one of the busiest shopping days of the year in Japan and will be very popular, so supplies will be limited.