Re-Ment Bonsai Pokemon figures

Re-Ment Pokemon Bonsai Figures Fit in Your Palm

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Re-Ment will release six Pokemon bonsai figures on August 7, 2021. They will cost 935 JPY each, which is approximately $8.55. The Pokemon Poketto BONSAI series is palm-sized figure that pairs Pokemon with miniature plants that match their aesthetic. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The seven Pokemon that are part of the Poketto BONSAI line of figures are:

  • Pikachu
  • Alolan Vulpix
  • Ho-Oh
  • Poliwag and Goldeen
  • Mawile
  • Lucario

Each Pokemon poses with a plant that suits their style or looks. For example, the Alolan Vulpix is standing next to a snow-covered holly tree. Meanwhile, the Lucario is training in a bamboo forest. Currently, there are no close-up pictures of the bonsai figures.

This is not the first time that Re-Ment and Pokemon have collaborated on merchandise. Just earlier this year, they announced stained glass figures, terrariums, and a gemstone collection. Every series of figures feature Pokemon posing in a variety of environments, similar to the designs of the Poketto BONSAI line.

Like all of the previous products from Re-Ment, these palm-sized bonsai figures are surprise boxes. If you buy them individually, you will not be able to guarantee which one you get. However, if you buy a full box of six, you can collect them all. In addition, each box comes with a piece of gum.

Re-Ment’s Poketto BONSAI line of Pokemon figures will appear in stores on August 7, 2021. There is currently no news about whether these figures will appear outside of Japan.


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