Ichiban Kuji Pokemon picnic

Take Your Pokemon on a Picnic With Ichiban Kuji

Bandai Spirits announced a new Pokemon Ichiban Kuji titled “Ichiban Kuji: Pokemon Anytime ~ Sunny Picnic ~.” It will come out on April 7, 2021, and will cost 650 JPY per round. [Thanks, HOBBY Watch!]

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The Sunny Picnic line of Pokemon Ichiban Kuji goods are aimed at the “casual adult,” featuring items such as handkerchiefs and tote bags. All of the items are ones that you might bring to a picnic. Earlier this year, Pokemon released a series of cooking supplies that were also marketed towards adult fans of the series. The adorable Pikachu, Eevee, and Yamper dolls are a rather unobtrusive size. They work as either the perfect sleeping companion, living room centerpiece, or dining partner.

The line-up is as follows:

  • A Prize: Squeezed Cheek Pikachu plushie
  • B Prize: Squeezed Cheek Yamper plushie
  • C Prize: Let’s Picnic Together! Take-out Mascot (3 variations)
  • D Prize: Tote bag (2 variations)
  • E Prize: Tableware (6 variations)
  • F Prize: Picnic towel collection (6 variations)
  • G Prize: Rubber keyholder (10 variations)
  • Last One Prize: Squeeze Cheek Eevee plushie

For the C Prize, it comes in three variations: Pikachu, Yamper, and Eevee. You can choose which one you want. It is a small bag that you can use for accessories, and it also comes with a small doll that you can take out. You can also put the doll in the bag and carry it around.

The “Ichiban Kuji: Pokemon Anytime ~ Sunny Picnic ~” line of goods will be available in the Ichiban Kuji lottery starting from April 7, 2021.

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