Kuttari Cutie

Kuttari Cutie
くったりぬいぐるみ Kuttari plush doll
Kuttari Cuties Wave1.png
Wave one and Pichu
Generation Generation VI
Release date July 18, 2015 (Japan)
September 23, 2015 (United States)
Region Japan, United States

Kuttari Cutie (Japanese: くったりぬいぐるみ Kuttari plush doll) is a line of beanbag plush toys released in Japan by The Pokémon Company and in the United States by The Pokémon Company International and sold at Pokémon Center retail and online stores. Each plush is designed lying on its stomach in a relaxed pose and has a regular and sleeping version (or good night version in Japan), with the only difference being the eyes—and the mouth in a few cases—embroidered on the face. Their beanbag filling allows them to be stacked on one another and to easily sit in a variety of different places. The first plush were released in Japan on July 18, 2015. They were first released in the United States on September 23, 2015. They are recommended for ages four and up.

Released Kuttari Cuties

The Pichu Kuttari Cuties may have been intended to be released with the first wave based on a promotional image, but were delayed until the fourth wave for unknown reasons. The fourth wave was the only wave in Japan to have seven different characters instead of six. In the United States, the releases followed those of the Japanese waves up through the fourth wave, afterwards differing from the Japanese waves in its releases.

English name U.S. release date Japanese name Japanese release date Picture Picture
(sleeping version)
Pikachu September 23, 2015 Pikachu
ピカチュウ
July 18, 2015[1]    
Raichu September 23, 2015 Raichu
ライチュウ
July 18, 2015[1]    
Eevee September 23, 2015 Eievui
イーブイ
July 18, 2015[1]    
Vaporeon September 23, 2015 Showers
シャワーズ
July 18, 2015[1]    
Jolteon September 23, 2015 Thunders
サンダース
July 18, 2015[1]    
Flareon September 23, 2015 Booster
ブースター
July 18, 2015[1]    
Charmander November 2015 Hitokage
ヒトカゲ
August 15, 2015[2]    
Slowpoke November 2015 Yadon
ヤドン
August 15, 2015[2]    
Espeon November 2015 Eifie
エーフィ
August 15, 2015[2]    
Umbreon November 2015 Blacky
ブラッキー
August 15, 2015[2]    
Mudkip November 2015 Mizugorou
ミズゴロウ
August 15, 2015[2]    
Espurr November 2015 Nyasper
ニャスパー
August 15, 2015[2]    
Mew January 27, 2016 Mew
ミュウ
October 31, 2015[3]    
Cyndaquil January 27, 2016 Hinoarashi
ヒノアラシ
October 31, 2015[3]    
Lucario January 27, 2016 Lucario
ルカリオ
October 31, 2015[3]    
Leafeon January 27, 2016 Leafia
リーフィア
October 31, 2015[3]    
Glaceon January 27, 2016 Glacia
グレイシア
October 31, 2015[3]    
Sylveon January 27, 2016 Nymphia
ニンフィア
October 31, 2015[3]    
Pichu July 27, 2016 Pichu
ピチュー
March 19, 2016[4]    
Ampharos July 27, 2016 Denryu
デンリュウ
March 19, 2016[4]    
Gardevoir July 27, 2016 Sirnight
サーナイト
March 19, 2016[4]    
Piplup July 27, 2016 Pochama
ポッチャマ
March 19, 2016[4]    
Croagunk July 27, 2016 Gureggru
グレッグル
March 19, 2016[4]    
Victini July 27, 2016 Victini
ビクティニ
March 19, 2016[4]    
Chespin July 27, 2016 Harimaron
ハリマロン
March 19, 2016[4]    
Vulpix February 3, 2017 Rokon
ロコン
June 18, 2016[5]    
Marshtomp February 3, 2017 Numacraw
ヌマクロー
June 18, 2016[5]    
Pachirisu February 3, 2017 Pachirisu
パチリス
June 18, 2016[5]    
Lilligant February 2017 Dredear
ドレディア
June 18, 2016[5]    
Minccino February 2017 Chillarmy
チラーミィ
June 18, 2016[5]    
Emolga February 2017 Emonga
エモンガ
June 18, 2016[5]    
Growlithe February 3, 2017 Gardie
ガーディ
July 16, 2016[6]    
Cubone February 3, 2017 Karakara
カラカラ
July 16, 2016[6]    
Quagsire February 3, 2017 Nuoh
ヌオー
July 16, 2016[6]    
Absol February 3, 2017 Absol
アブソル
July 16, 2016[6]    
Jirachi February 2017 Jirachi
ジラーチ
July 16, 2016[6]    
Zorua February 3, 2017 Zorua
ゾロア
July 16, 2016[6]    
Pikachu (Jumbo Size) August 16, 2017 Unknown N/A
Piplup (Jumbo Size} August 16, 2017 Unknown N/A

Kuttari Triple Keychains

Kuttari Triple Keychains (Japanese: くったり3連キーホルダー Kuttari Triple Key Ring) were released in Japan on June 25, 2016. They are a set of seven keychains, each with three metal charms that depict a Pokémon in the Kuttari Cutie style. The charms attach to one another and are interchangeable between sets. They are recommended for ages six and up.

Name Picture Character charms
Kuttari Triple Key Ring Absol OY
くったり3連キーホルダー アブソルOY
  Vulpix, Absol, & Jirachi
Kuttari Triple Key Ring Hinoarashi OY
くったり3連キーホルダー ヒノアラシOY
  Slowpoke, Cyndaquil, & Lucario
Kuttari Triple Key Ring Hitokage OY
くったり3連キーホルダー ヒトカゲOY
  Mew, Charmander, & Mudkip
Kuttari Triple Key Ring TD OY
くったり3連キーホルダー TD OY
  Vaporeon, Jolteon, & Umbreon
Kuttari Triple Key Ring Booster OY
くったり3連キーホルダー ブースターOY
  Espeon, Flareon, & Glaceon
Kuttari Triple Key Ring Eievui OY
くったり3連キーホルダー イーブイOY
  Leafeon, Eevee, & Sylveon
Kuttari Triple Key Ring Pikachu OY
くったり3連キーホルダー ピカチュウOY
  Pichu, Pikachu, & Raichu

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "寝そべったポーズがとってもかわいい「くったりぬいぐるみ」が、ポケモンセンターに新登場!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 3 July 2015. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 "大人気! くつろぎポーズにいやされる「くったりぬいぐるみ」の第2弾が発売されるよ!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 24 July 2015. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 "大人気シリーズの仲間が、ぞくぞく登場! 「くったりぬいぐるみ」の第3弾が、ポケモンセンターで発売されるよ!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 9 October 2015. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 "大人気シリーズの仲間がぞくぞく登場! 「くったりぬいぐるみ」の第4弾が発売されるよ!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 26 February 2016. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 "大人気シリーズの仲間が、ぞくぞく登場! 「くったりぬいぐるみ」の第5弾が発売されるよ!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 3 June 2016. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 "大人気シリーズの仲間がぞくぞく登場! 「くったりぬいぐるみ」の第6弾が発売されるよ!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 8 July 2016. Retrieved 4 February 2017.


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