[Japan] 2024 Setsubun Tsum Tsum Set

Check out the new Setsubun Tsum Tsum set! Setsubun is a traditional Japanese festival that marks the beginning of spring according to the lunar calendar. The word “Setsubun” itself means “seasonal division,” and the festival is observed early February. It is a time when people engage in various rituals to drive away evil spirits and invite good fortune into their homes. This cute collection features five characters: Mickey (Ehomaki sushi roll), Minnie (demon), Donald (demon), Goofy (demon), and Winnie the Pooh (demon). You can grab this collection in Japan starting January 9th.

[Japan] 2024 Valentine’s Day Tsum Tsum Set

Explore the latest Tsum Tsum set for Valentine’s Day 2024! This special collection features adorable pairs, including Mickey & Minnie, Donald & Daisy, and Bunny & Thumper. Each pair retails for 2800 JPY (~$19.33 USD). You can get your hands on this charming collection in Japan starting January 5th. Don’t miss out on the sweet fun!

[Japan] 2024 Sushi Tsum Tsum Set

Prepare for a sushi-filled adventure. Check out the adorable new Sushi Tsum Tsum set! This charming collection includes seven characters: Mickey (fish egg), Minnie (sea urchin), Donald (shrimp), Chip (salmon), Dale (eel), Goofy (egg), and Winnie the Pooh (tuna). Don’t miss out – you can snag this tasty collection in Japan starting January 2nd.


[Japan] Year of the Dragon Tsum Tsum Set

We’re almost at the doorstep of the new year! According to the Chinese zodiac calendar, 2024 is the Year of the Dragon. To welcome this exciting year, Disney Japan will be launching a Tsum Tsum set with eight characters dressed in adorable dragon costumes. The collection features Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Chip, Dale, Winnie the Pooh, and Piglet. You can get your hands on this delightful set in Japan starting from December 8th.

[Japan] 2024 New Year Tsum Tsum Set

Exciting news! Japan is getting a new Tsum Tsum set to celebrate the upcoming new year. This adorable collection stars two characters, Winnie the Pooh and Baymax. Winnie the Pooh finds himself inside Mt. Fuji. Meanwhile, Baymax is all decked out with a shimenawa rope, sporting an orange and a rice cake on his head. Don’t miss out on this cute collection – it’ll be ready for you to grab on December 1st!