Pikachu Plushie Wedding

Pokemon Center Japan Will Sell Wedding Themed Pikachu Plushies

The Pokemon Center in Japan will begin selling wedding-themed Pikachu plushies and other merchandise later this month. The “Pokemon Garden Wedding” series of merchandise will be available online starting May 12, 2022, at 10 AM JST/3 AM CEST. It will appear in physical Pokemon Center stores in Japan starting May 14, 2022. Prices for plushies will start at ¥3,300 (about $25). [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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The Pikachu plushies will come in two varieties, both dressed in traditional wedding attire. The western-style wedding attire will feature Pikachu in a white bride’s dress and groom’s suit. The groom will wear a corsage, and the bride will hold a bouquet of white flowers. On the other hand, the Japanese-style wedding attire will feature the bride in a traditional shiromuku, while the groom will wear a montsuki haori hakama. All of the plushies will cost ¥3,300 except for the western-style bride Pikachu, which will cost ¥3,850 (about $28).

Additionally, the merchandise line will include themed acrylic stands, a wedding dropbox, DIY name stands, a pair of glass cups, and more. Essentially, the Pokemon Garden Wedding series includes everything you would need to host your own wedding. The pair of glass cups will come with a wooden box featuring a similar garden wedding design.

You can get a better look at the Pikachu wedding plushies and other merchandise in the screenshots below:

Recently, Build-A-Bear added Grookey to its Pokemon lineup of stuffed animals. It will be available online and at physical stores. Both Uniqlo and The North Face have also released collaborative Pokemon apparel in Japan and worldwide.

The Pokemon Garden Wedding merchandise will be available on the Japanese Pokemon Center online store starting May 12, 2022, at 10 AM JST. It will also be available for purchase at physical Pokemon Center stores in Japan and for pre-order on Amazon JP starting May 14, 2022. Shipping is limited to within Japan.

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Andrew Kiya is a mixed Japanese staff writer, streamer, and activist. Born in Japan, and raised in both Japan and the United States, he is forever waiting for the next Ape Escape game.