Pokemon Bidoof stools with storage space
Image courtesy of The Pokemon Company

Bidoof Pokemon Stools Will Include Space for Storage

The Pokemon Company revealed new stools modeled after Bidoof. The furniture will also include space inside Bidoof’s “body” to store items. The company has opened pre-orders for the item on the Japanese Pokemon Center Online store.

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The Bidoof stools will be primarily made of wood but covered with polyester and urethane foam to reproduce the Pokemon’s appearance. The item will be available in two variants: male and female. As seen in the Pokemon video games since its debut in the fourth-generation entries Diamond and Pearl, the male Bidoof has two more tails than the female ones.

While the bonus tails do add to the overall weight, there will be no difference in price as both variants will cost exactly the same at 19,800 yen (~$123). Even though the products are being made in China, the company can only deliver them inside Japan.

Here are some of the sample images for the Bidoof stool taken from multiple angles:

Bidoof has also been made into various kinds of plushes in recent years. The US Pokemon Center web store still has a plush hat modeled after the creature available for purchase at $19.99 as of early July 2024. Build-a-Bear has also released a Bidoof plush with optional clothing in March 2024.

The Pokemon Company will close the pre-order window for the Bidoof stools on July 29, 2024, though it may open another batch in the future. It will start delivering the products in early December 2024.

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