Two New Versions of the “Whimsicott Substitute Plush Toy” Available Now at Pokémon Centers

Two new versions of the “Whimsicott Substitute Plush Toy” are now being sold in Pokémon Centers throughout Japan.
This plush is based on the other self of Whimsicott that appears when using the technique “Substitute” in the Pokémon game series. It is a very popular product that sold out when it was first released in a 14-centimeter size in January of this year.
The two new versions are a big 30-centimeter tall version and a cute 10 centimeter mascot plushie that is roughly the size of a palm. They are likely to sell out this time as well, so if you are in Japan, you better hurry if you want it.
Source: Zigg

    12-inch Whimsicott Substitute Plush Toy (¥2,800)

    12-inch Whimsicott Substitute Plush Toy (¥2,800)

    Whimsicott Substitute Plush Toy Mascot Ver. (¥700)

    Whimsicott Substitute Plush Toy Mascot Ver. (¥700)

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