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Previously Japan-only “Soda Pop” plush line available online now at US, Canada, and U.K. Pokémon Centers
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The Pokémon Company International (TPCi) announced today that the Soda Pop plush line, which was originally exclusive to Japan, has begun launching in the US, Canada, and U.K. markets for the first time. Three plushies, Squirtle, Chamander, and Bulbasaur are available online now at Pokémon Centers, with more of the Soda Pop line planned to be added in the future.
New Pokémon loungewear available online now at the Pokémon Center for US, Canada, and U.K. shoppers
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The newest clothing at the Pokémon Center belongs to the Pokémon Lounge line, which is available online now at the US, Canada, and U.K. Pokémon Centers. The 29-piece collection is the same in all three places and stars Pikachu, Ditto, and appropriately for loungewear, Snorlax across comfy pieces for men and women.
Aussie and Kiwi Pokémon fans will soon have access to their very own Pokémon Center Online Store
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In a press release published on their official press site, The Pokémon Company International has announced that the popular Pokémon Center Online Store, currently available in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, will soon also be available for Pokémon fans in Australia and New Zealand.
New Paldean plushies and Paradox Pokémon merch coming to Pokémon Centers in Japan
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The Pokémon Center has announced their latest additions for May, with lots in store for fans of the Paradox Pokémon new to Scarlet and Violet. Three Paradox Pokémon plushies, Scream Tail, Flutter Mane, and Slither Wing, as well as the Legendary Chien-Pao will be arriving to Pokémon Centers in Japan on May 18th, with preorders at the Pokémon Center Online beginning May 16th. Scream Tail and Flutter Mane will be available for ¥2,970 ($19.06 USD), Slither Wing for ¥4,400 ($28.24 USD), and Chien-Pao for ¥3,520 ($22.60 USD). All four plushies will also be available via Amazon Japan in limited quantities beginning May 25th.
Pokémon X ColourPop Cosmetics collab arriving May 9th to include lip products, eyeshadow, and more inspired by Gen I
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ColourPop, the cosmetics brand perhaps most famous for their various collaborations with beloved IPs like the Twilight movies and Sailor Moon, has announced their latest makeup collection inspired by Pokémon. The collection is currently not revealed in its entirety, but ColourPop has teased several lip glosses, blushes and a large eyeshadow palette featuring Pokémon-themed shades and packaging. The collection will be available via ColourPop’s website, shipping worldwide, beginning May 9th at 10 AM PDT, and at Ulta Beauty stores beginning May 12th.
Project VOLTAGE returns next week, with After Epochs by sasakure.UK set to premiere on Friday May 10th at 6:30pm (JST) / 9:30am (UTC) / 1:30am (PST)
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After almost two months of waiting, the official @PokeMikuVOLTAGE account on X (formerly Twitter) has announced that the first additional song of Project VOLTAGE, After Epochs (アフターエポックス) by sasakure.UK, will be making its premiere next week, Friday May 10th, at 6:30pm (JST) / 9:30am (UTC) / 1:30am (PST). As with past songs, the music video is expected to be posted on the artist's own official YouTube channel.
New Merch Roundup: Luxury Pokémon children’s wear from Bonpoint, plus new Pokémon picture books for English and Japanese audiences
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This week’s merch roundup centers on kids as the Pokémon Center adds to its official baby line, monpoké, with new books and a Bonpoint clothing collab, while Japanese fans will also get new Pokémon picture books by prolific children’s book author Akio Kashiwara. The Bonpoint x Pokémon capsule collection is available now online at Bonpoint’s website, with select pieces available online at the Pokémon Centers US, U.K., and Canada.
New Merch Roundup: Terastal merch at Pokémon Center Japan; US, U.K., and Canada Pokémon Centers offer new apparel and Wand's latest Poké Ball replica
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Plenty of new merch is coming in at Pokémon Centers across the world this week, including Pokémon Center Japan, where the newest apparel line is themed after the Terastal phenomenon. The “TeraCute” and “TeraCool” lines include apparel, accessories, and lots of jewelry in the sparkly style of Terastallization. TeraCool features icy and elegant Pokémon on its items, like Chien-Pao earrings for ¥1,320 ($8.54 USD), a Dragonair lanyard and card case for ¥2,200 ($14,23 USD), and, interestingly, a Frosmoth wind chime for ¥2,420 ($15.65 USD). Meanwhile, the TeraCute line stars some of the expected cuties, like Tandemaus earrings for ¥1,430 ($9.25 USD), Pikachu, Mew, Dolliv, Tandemaus, and Flittle on an acrylic jewelry box for ¥2,970 ($19.21 USD), or the same Pokémon frolicking on a sheer shirt for ¥4,400 ($28.46 USD). The TeraCute and TeraCool lines will be dropping in-store on April 27th, with preorders online beginning April 25th.
Free Comic Book Day 2024 will feature Pokémon Adventures: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, available free of charge at participating locations May 4th
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The first volume of Pokémon Adventures: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is scheduled to be available as part of Free Comic Book Day 2024, which will be held Saturday, May 4th. The event, hosted by indie comic shops across North America, offers visitors a variety of free comics and manga and is celebrated “as a way to get customers to visit the comic shops in their local community.” Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is offered as Gold sponsor title, meaning every shop that is participating in Free Comic Book Day will have them available, though quantities of popular titles like Pokémon are often limited. Customers can find a local participating shop on Free Comic Book Day’s website.
New Pokémon puppets arriving at Pokémon Centers in the US, U.K., and Canada, while Pokémon Center Japan announces new Paldea plushies
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Pokémon fans in the West will find a new line of plush puppets available online now at the Pokémon Centers for the US, U.K., and Canada. The “Bite Buddies” collection is aptly named, featuring toothy favorites Fuecoco, Totodile, Greavard, Gible, and Trapinch. Standing at about 10 to 12 inches tall, each Bite Buddy hand puppet comes in at $29.99 USD. Fans in Japan won’t be left out for new plushies, as Pokémon Center Japan has announced five new favorites from Paldea and Kitikami arriving in-store on April 20th, with online preorders beginning April 18th. Pawmot and Polchageist will be available for ¥2,200 ($14.35 USD), Pawmo and Sinistcha will be available for ¥2,970 ($19.38 USD), while Finizen will be ¥4,400 ($28.71 USD). All five plushes in this drop will be available via Amazon Japan in limited quantities, beginning April 27th.
New Merch Roundup: the Pokémon Center’s new graduation collection and Samsung’s Poké Ball earbud cases available online now
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The Pokémon Center is offering lots of new merchandise for spring, the latest of which is their new graduation collection, which is themed after the orange and purple colors of the Naranja and Uva Academies from Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Fans in the U.S. and Canada are getting a full line of grad gear, which includes two display figures; Pikachu in purple and Eevee in orange, a diploma frame, an insulated mug, and several pins and stationary options. Customers in the UK can find an exclusive 8 inch Graduate Pikachu plush as part of the Pikachu Celebrations line, which retails for £16.99. The graduation collection is available now online at the U.S. and Canada’s Pokémon Center websites, while Graduate Pikachu is available online via the Pokémon Center UK.
Two new merch collections starring Quaxly and Poltchageist coming to Pokémon Centers in Japan
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The Pokémon Center announced today its two newest collections, the first of which stars Quaxly and other Pokémon that might be found in a pond, such as Psyduck, Galarian Wooper, Swanna, and Lotad, illustrated in a watercolor style. The collection features bath items like a Quaxly spa headband for ¥1,650 ($10.90 USD), Quaxly as a bathmat for ¥4,620 ($30.51 USD), and even a set of four Quaxly bath toys for ¥2,750 ($18.16 USD). Some other interesting pieces include two Quaxly plushes, one regular and one disheveled, each for ¥2,750 ($18.16 USD), two large jewelry trays, one with Lotad and one with Galarian Wooper, each for ¥5,500 ($36.33 USD), and a reversible bucket hat for ¥3,520 ($23.25 USD). The Quaxly collection will be available at the Pokémon Center Online and at Pokémon Centers in Japan on April 6th, with preorders online beginning April 4th. The two Quaxly plushes will also be available via Amazon Japan in limited quantities beginning April 13th.
New Merch Roundup: Miraidon and Koraidon accessories at the Pokémon Center, Poké Peace plush bracelets, and Build-A-Bear’s new Bidoof
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The Pokémon Center has announced their latest merch collection, Treasured Way Home, featuring Scarlet and Violet mascots Koraidon and Miraidon, which will be available on March 23rd in-store at Pokémon Centers in Japan. Merchandise like t-shirts, Nintendo Switch carrying cases, and stationary will feature the two Pokémon in their Ultimate Mode and Apex Build forms. Some of the more unique pieces from the Treasured Way Home collection include an LED framed art of Miraidon and Koraidon for ¥4,950 ($33.20 USD), a glasses case with a cleaning cloth for ¥2,420 ($16.23 USD), and even kids’ sport sandals for ¥7,480 ($50.18 USD). Pieces will be available for pre-order at the Pokémon Center Online beginning March 21st,
Use code「Y0AS0B1B1R1B1R1] in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet to receive YOASOBI's Pawmot, based on the Pokémon from the music video for their song Biri-Biri
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The special distribution of Pawmot which was announced for Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet late last week has now commenced. This Pawmot, which is based on Nemona's Pawmot as seen in the music video of the YOASOBI song Biri-Biri, is being released to celebrate the song's physical CD & LP release in Japan. This distribution will remain available to redeem until February 28th next year.
Pawmot to be distributed in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet from March 13th to commemorate the physical CD & LP release of YOASOBI's Biri-Biri in Japan
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A special distribution of Pawmot has been announced for Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet. This Pawmot, which is based on Nemona's Pawmot as seen in the music video of the YOASOBI song Biri-Biri, is being released to celebrate the song's physical CD & LP release in Japan. The Mystery Gift code for this Pokémon will be released on the Japanese official Pokémon Website around Midday (JST) / 3:00am (UTC) on March 13th, with this distribution remaining available to redeem until February 28th next year.
Mattel to release MEGA construction set featuring Ash and Pikachu for Pokémon Day
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The Pokémon Company International and Mattel announced today the newest addition to the MEGA construction toy line, Pokémon Ash & Pikachu: Path to Victory. The 1,646-brick set is scheduled to release on February 27th, in celebration of Pokémon Day 2024. Ash, who is the first buildable Pokémon Trainer by MEGA, will stand 12.9 inches tall when built. He and Pikachu are fully articulated and meant to be super poseable; Ash’s iconic cap can even be spun backwards to mimic his battle-ready stance in the Pokémon the Series anime.
New Merch Roundup: Build-A-Bear’s jumbo Charizard, My Nintendo’s Pokémon Day rewards, and cutesy Easter merch coming to Pokémon Centers in Japan
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There’s been some adorable new merchandise announced this week for fans in different parts of the world, from giant plushies to pastel tea cups. Already available as an online exclusive, Build-A-Bear has debuted the latest addition to their Pokémon lineup. The new Charizard plush is the first ever Pokémon available from Build-A-Bear as their Giant-Sized plush, coming in at 22 inches tall compared to the standard 13 to 15 inch-tall Pikachu. Charizard is only available online as a bundle with his scarf and trapper hat set for $115 USD, and there is a limit of 5 per customer. My Nintendo has added some items to their rewards store in celebration of Pokémon Day 2024, including the return of some popular items.
eBay to host “Catch 151” event for Pokémon Day, auctioning off rare TCG cards and merch starting at $1.51
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The multinational e-commerce platform eBay announced today that they are partnering with major Pokémon card and merch sellers on their platform for the “Catch 151” auction, which is scheduled for Pokémon Day 2024. The auctions of 151 items, including expensive merchandise from collaborations and rare Trading Card Game products, will be live beginning 12:01 am EST on February 27th and will end at 12:01am EST on February 28th. In honor of the number of Generation I Pokémon, every item included in the auction will have its price begin at $1.51 USD. The secondhand Pokémon market on eBay is immense; eBay reports that in 2023, users searched for Pokemon items more than 400 times a minute globally, on average.
Pokémon Europe International Championships returns to ExCel London this April 5th to 7th - Pop-up Pokémon Center to be open onsite from April 4th
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The Pokémon Europe International Championships are coming once again to the enormous ExCeL London event center in England. Running from from April 5th to 7th, the event will feature competitions for the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet video games, Pokémon GO, and Pokémon UNITE. As with the 2022 Pokemon World Championships and 2023 Pokémon Europe International Championships which were also held at this venue, a pop-up Pokémon Center store will be available at the event, selling a wide variety of Pokémon products, including a range of items themed around the International Championships.
New pins announced for the Pokémon Center, arriving each month of 2024
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The Pokémon Center has announced a new line of pins coming to customers in the U.S., U.K., and Canada throughout the year. The monthly Dragon Types pins will be released in celebration of 2024 being the Year of the Dragon, with the first in the set, Garchomp, available now for $12.99 USD. Each of the 12 pins will be released towards the end of the month and is set against a translucent, stained glass-style background. While the specific Dragon-type Pokémon to be included in the 2024 collection have not been announced, they can be presumed to be about the same size as Garchomp, 2 inches tall.

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