Pikachu Tail Pillow giveaway lottery in Japan
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Pikachu Tail Pillow Marks Pokemon Center Online Japan 8th Anniversary

Pokemon Center Online Japan is celebrating its eighth anniversary by holding numerous promotions. One of them is a sweepstake that rewards a Pikachu tail pillow. The large pillow will have an overall length of 110cm (~43.3 inches).

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People who want to get this pillow will have to undergo numerous steps to enter the sweepstake. First, they must register an account on the Japanese Pokemon Center Online website and opt to receive mail magazines. They can then receive an email that will contain a link to enter the sweepstake.

Users who have applied must also provide a valid and contactable Japanese address for the store to send the item physically. They must not delete the account until the store starts determining the winners on March 1, 2024, and informs the winners a few days later.

The Pikachu tail pillow sweepstake is not the only promotion that Pokemon Center Online Japan is running for its eighth anniversary. The store is holding repost sweepstakes on its official X account that will reward canvas boards and large acrylic stands. It will also hold lottery sales for popular plushes, such as the life-sized Lucario and Altaria. And people who place orders on the web store from mid-March 2024 will receive a bonus acrylic keychain for every 5,000 yen made in the same receipt while stocks last.

Pokemon Center Online Japan will close the Pikachu tail pillow sweepstake on February 29, 2024. It will start delivering the items to the winners in late March 2024.


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