New Pokemon Takashi Mifune LINE Stickers Feature Characters From Sword and Shield

A new series of Pokemon Sword and Shield stickers are currently available to purchase on the LINE messaging app. These new stickers are illustrated by Takashi Mifune, who is primarily known for his work with free illustration provider Irasutoya. Unfortunately, these stickers are only available to purchase if you are located in Japan and will cost ¥250 or roughly $2. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Characters and Pokemon from the Nintendo Switch entries are included in this new collection. Popular trainers like Marnie, Raihan, and Leon are paired with Japanese expressions to help people share how they feel. Galarian Pokemon that appear illustrated in this Japanese LINE sticker collection include Wooloo, Alcremie, Scorbunny, and Galarian Farfetch’d.

You can take a look at the LINE stickers in the new Pokemon Sword and Shield set below.

Other Pokemon that aren’t exclusive to Pokemon Sword and Shield and have their own LINE stickers in this set are Mimikyu, Eevee, Diglett, Rowlett, Mew, and Mewtwo, to name a few.

Recent Pokemon items include a line of custom themed masks. These masks will be repurposing fabric from The Pokemon Company and Original Stitch shirt collaboration, which featured prints of the original 151 Pokemon.

Pokemon Sword and Shield are immediately available on the Nintendo Switch.

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