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Legend of Zelda Traveling Backpack Korok Plushes Appear in Japan

Nintendo and San-ei Boeki have released new plushes modeled after the traveling backpack Korok from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. These plushes are now available for purchase at Nintendo’s physical stores in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto for 3,300 yen (~$22) each.

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The polyester plushes are available in two variations: One features a green Korok with a brown backpack, and the other has a yellow Korok with a red backpack. The plush has a height of 17 cm (~6.69 inches), but this measure only applies to the Korok from its feet to the tallest tip at its head.

Nintendo also opened online orders for the Korok plushes on the Japanese My Nintendo Store. However, the online stocks for both items were sold out within just a few hours after the opening.

San-ei Boeki had previously revealed the backpack Korok plushes in late November 2023. The Japanese merchandise producer originally planned to sell these plushes in mid-February 2024. While the company managed to release the plushes within the same month, it slightly missed the mark as February 29, 2024, falls right at the end of the leap year’s month.

The traveling Korok plushes are now available at Nintendo Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto physical stores. These plushes are modeled after the Koroks that appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, available immediately on Nintendo Switch worldwide.

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