Pokemon Yum Yum Easter
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Pokemon Yum Yum Easter Merchandise Features Snacks and Eating Utensils

The Pokemon Company revealed a new Pokemon Yum Yum Easter merchandise lineup on its Japanese website. As the title suggests, this collection will have a focus on snacks and eating utensils. The company will gradually make the items available for sale on both online and physical Pokemon Center storefronts from late February 2024.

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The complete item list is available right below, along with their prices in Japanese yen:

  • Plush (Pikachu / Scorbunny / Pawmi) – ¥2,750
  • Mascot (Pikachu / Swirlix / Scorbunny / Pawmi / Fidough) – ¥1,760
  • Acrylic charm – ¥660
  • Cookies inside egg-shaped cans – ¥1,620
  • Teapot – ¥3,520
  • Cup and saucer – ¥2,530
  • Plate – ¥1,980
  • Spoon and fork – ¥1,320
  • Tea mat – ¥1,320
  • Pierced earrings (Pikachu / Scorbunny) – ¥1,320
  • Earrings (Pikachu / Scorbunny) – ¥1,320
  • Embroidered brooch – ¥1,650
  • Hair clasp – ¥1,540
  • Cupcake-styled hand towel (Pikachu / Swirlix / Pawmi) – ¥770
  • Candy-styled pouch – ¥2,200
  • Drawstring tote bag – ¥3,850
  • Ballpoint pen with charm – ¥880
  • Masking sticker – ¥550
  • Masking tape – ¥660
  • A4 clear file – ¥275
  • Egg-styled accessory case (Pikachu / Scorbunny / Pawmi) – ¥1,980
Pokemon Yum Yum Easter - sample items
Image courtesy of The Pokemon Company

The Easter collection will add even more entries to the Pokemon series’ merchandise lineup in 2024. The Japanese Pokemon Center Online shop is also celebrating its eighth anniversary by holding multiple sweepstakes in Japan, including one that rewards a Pikachu tail pillow.

The Pokemon Yum Yum Easter merchandise collection will be available first via online orders on the Japanese Pokemon Center Online shop on February 29, 2024. The Pokemon Company will also put the items up for sale in most physical Pokemon Center stores (except the Tokyo Bay branch) on March 2, 2024. The new plushes and mascots will also be available on Amazon Japan‘s Pokemon Store on March 9, 2024.


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