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Pokemon Makes Cooking Fun With Pikachu Kitchen Goods

The Pokemon Center has released a new line of goods called the Pikachu Everyday Fun Kitchen. The concept behind these products is that using them will make cooking more fun.

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You can find all of the products via the Pokemon Center website. In total, you can purchase 17 different products for your kitchen, all of them starring Pikachu. Aside from direct references to Pikachu, all of them are red and yellow to match Pikachu’s color scheme.

Here is the list of Pikachu Everyday Fun Kitchen items that you can buy from the Pokemon Center:

  • Apron: $29.99
  • Bowls (4-pack): $39.99
  • Ceramic Butter Dish: $29.99
  • Ceramic Salt & Pepper Shaker Set: $19.99
  • Cookie Cutters (8-pack): $14.99
  • Cutting Mats: $12.99
  • Dinner Plates (4-pack): $39.99
  • Dip Cups (4-pack): $19.99
  • Dish Towels (2-pack): $19.99
  • Glass Pitcher: $19.99
  • Measuring Spoon (5-pack): $12.99
  • Silicone Trivet (2-pack): $19.99
  • Spatulas (2-pack): $19.99
  • Stoneware Baking Dish: $34.99
  • Stoneware Pie Dish: $34.99
  • Stoneware Serving Platter: $34.99
  • Utensil Holder: $29.99

This is not the first time that The Pokemon Company has released merchandise clearly aimed at a more adult fanbase. Earlier this year, The Pokemon Center in Japan started to sell items based on the Pokemon Concierge series that’s on Netflix. This series of good included pillows, lamps, and watering cans, which people can use in their everyday lives.

The Pikachu Everyday Fun Kitchen series of goods is available via The Pokemon Center website.

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Stephanie is a senior writer who has been writing for games journalism and translating since 2020. After graduating with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing, she spent a few years teaching English and history before fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a writer. In terms of games, she loves RPGs, action-adventure, and visual novels. Aside from writing for Siliconera and Crunchyroll, she translates light novels, manga, and video games.