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Pikmin Merchandise Includes Ankle Socks and Hoodies

Nintendo restocked several items from one of its lines of Pikmin merchandise. The full collection includes a variety of household and clothing items such as decorative vases, tote bags, glasses, gratin dishes, keychains, hair ties, T-shirts and shirts, hoodies, and socks. The restocked Pikmin merchandise is now available from the Nintendo Osaka and Tokyo official stores, as well as the My Nintendo Store online store in Japan.

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The specific restocked items are enamel pins, hair ties, hoodies, and ankle socks, and they are all available in three variants corresponding to blue, yellow, and red Pikmin. Additionally, Nintendo also restocked the Working Pikmin figurine collection, a series of figurines that include Pikmin from all three games with household uses, such as pen holders, magnets, and paperweights, among others.

The enamel pins cost 1,100 JPY (~$8), the hair ties cost 1,650 JPY (~$12), and the ankle socks cost 990 JPY (~$7). The hoodies are available in S, M, L, and XL sizes, and they cost 6,930 JPY (~$50). They are also available on children sizes 100 and 130, and they cost 6,600 JPY (~$48). Meanwhile, each Working Pikmin figurine costs 1,300 JPY (~$9).

You can take a better look at the Pikmin merchandise in the tweet below.

The restocked Pikmin merchandise is available now from the Nintendo Tokyo and Osaka official stores, as well as the My Nintendo Store online store. The merchandise first appeared in November 2022, after the opening of the Nintendo Osaka physical retail store. Looking into a proxy service might make it possible to import desired items.

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