Pokémon plush & merchandise lottery coming to Japan this April | Nintendo Wire

Some really adorable new Pokémon plushes are making their way to Japan next month!

In a series called “Most Lottery Pikachu and Friends ~ Eevee Twinkle Dream ~,” which releases April 23rd in Japan, is what appears to be a lottery type of deal. There are different prize packs, some of which include the new plushes, though all are Pokémon related.

Naturally, the “A Prize” consists of an all new Pikachu plush holding a luxury logo of a diamond and ribbon, and let me just say he looks absolutely adorable.

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The “B Prize” isn’t any less cute, though, with a sleeping Eevee plush holding the same logo being your second place reward.

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The “C Prize” is similar, being a plush of Sylveon with the same logo, only this plush seems to be a bit smaller than the other two. Still adorable!

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There are a multitude of other prizes, including bath towels, drinking glasses, and these adorable plush keychains of Pikachu and the three original Eevee evolutions. There’s also a Pikachu plush variation with a female Pikachu’s tail instead of a male’s!

You can view all the other available prizes in our image gallery below. If you’re in Japan, you can enter the lottery starting April 23rd for 620 yen. The lottery will then take place at several retailers across Japan, including Pokémon Centers.

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Overall, everything about this set of prizes is beyond cute, and we’re seriously hoping to see something similar outside of Japan. Fingers crossed!

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