A new reversible Tsum Tsum set is coming to Japan on October 6. The set includes eight Pixar characters that can be transformed into a Pixar ball. The collection includes Woody, Mike, Merida, Joy, Miguel, Remy, and Dory.
You can flip the Tsum Tsum inside out from the bottom of the plush to transform it.
Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Daisy are preparing to climb the largest peak in Japan in the new Mt. Fuji Tsum Tsum set. The set features Mt. Fuji carrier bag with the characters dressed in blue outfits. The set will be available in Japan on July 7th and will retail for 4950 JPY (~$46.08).
The Sushi Tsum Tsum set is accompanied by an assortment of accessories and merchandise. Here are just some of the highlights:
Sushi Tsum Tsum Figure Set
3520 JPY (~$32.78)
Sushi Tsum Tsum Keychain Set
770 JPY (~$7.17)
Sushi Tsum Tsum Cup
1320 JPY (~$12.29)
Sushi Tsum Tsum Soy Sauce Tray
770 JPY (~$7.17)
Sushi Tsum Tsum Chopsticks
1100 JPY (~$10.25)
Sushi Tsum Tsum Socks
550 JPY (~$512)
Tsum Tsums originated from Japan, so what better way to showcase the local food than in Tsum Tsum form? Introducing the Sushi Tsum Tsum set! The collection features Mickey, Donald, Chip, Dale, Pluto, Baymax with shrimp, tuna, salmon roe, tamago (sweet egg), and more.
This collection also releases more medium Tsum Tsums including Mickey, Donald, and Baymax.
Sales will start online on July 1st and will be available in stores starting July 7th.
The Summer Festival Tsum Tsum series will be available soon in Japan. The collection includes seven characters, Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Chip, Dale, and Goofy. Pre-sale starts on June 9th and will release in stores shortly after.
Tanabata, or the Star Festival, is celebrated in Japan on July 7th. This year’s celebration includes a new Tsum Tsum set featuring Mickey and Minnie in celebratory outfits. The set is now available in Japan and retails for 1980 JPY (~$18.50).
Celebrate Children’s Day (on May 5th in Japan) with the Koinobori Tsum Tsum set. Koinobori are carp windsock kites that are flown on Children’s Day. The collection includes four characters, Mickey, Donald, Chip, and Dale, in colorful koinobori. The set will be available in Japan on February 25, 2020.
Disney Japan celebrates the upcoming Girls’ Day (or Dolls’ Day) with the release of a new Tsum Tsum box set. The new set includes Mickey and Minnie and also introduces three characters that are appearing in Tsum Tsum form for the first time, April, May, and June (Daisy’s nieces)!
Girls’ Day is celebrated on March 3rd every year in Japan which generally involves decorating the home with hina dolls to bless the family’s daughter with good health and happiness. The hina dolls are said to represent the emperor, empress, and the attendants which is likely the basis for this Tsum Tsum set as Mickey and Minnie are dressed like an emperor and empress.
The set is now available online and will be available in stores on February 4th.
An exclusive 2020 Valentine’s Day Tsum Tsum collection is now available in Hong Kong. The set features Duffy, ShellieMay, StellaLou, Gelatoni, and Cookie.
Disney Store in Hong Kong has released it’s own version of the Year of the Rat Tsum Tsum set. This set is similar but different from the Year of the Rat Tsum Tsum set the released in Japan last month. The collection includes Donald (in a blue rat costume), Stitch (new character), Chip, and Dale. The rat outfit in this set has a bigger nose than the Japan counterpart.
Hong Kong version
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