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Have you ever wanted to clip a fainted Pokémon to your bag? You’re in luck! The Pokémon Center Japan is releasing new additions to the Chikara Tsukita line of Pokémon plushes, which features several fainted Pokémon, knocked flat with a dizzy expression on their face.


New Chikara Tsukita 2024 plushes


2024’s line of Chikara Tsukita plushes, according to PokéJungle, is set to feature plush keychains of Azumaril, Charizard, Garchomp, Spiritomb, Meowscarada, and, oddly enough, an apple core representing the Leftovers hold item. According to PokéJungle, the collection will be released on January 18th, 2024. There’s no word on whether or not items other than the keychain plushes will be available in the collection.



Chikara Tsukita 2021 collection


The Chikara Tsukita line was first revealed in 2021, with a release that featured Pikachu, Gengar, Spinda, Dragonite, Scorbunny, Larvitar, Snorlax, Togekiss, and Poliwhirl. The release featured more than just keychain plushes, including things like stationery, ceramic plates, hand towels, a mouse pad, and an AirPods Pro case.



Will we see Chikara Tsukita merch in the US?


The short answer? Probably not. We rarely see unique Pokémon products like these make their way out west. Still, we’ll keep our eyes on the the North American Pokémon Center, just in case. Until then, you’ll have to rely on sites like eBay and Amazon Japan for all your import needs!


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