Poké Doll (plush)

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Poké Doll
ホーンテッドナイト ゴシック
Poké Doll Japan logo.png
Japanese logo
Region Japan, United States, United Kingdom

Poké Doll (Japanese: ポケモンドール Pokémon Doll), originally known as Pokémon PlushPlush, is a line of plush toys released in Japan by The Pokémon Company and in the United States by The Pokémon Company International. A smaller number of them have been released in the United Kingdom under the name Pokémon Mini Plush. They are named after an in-game item and designed as chibi versions of various Pokémon. Normal Poké Dolls usually stand about 6 inches tall, but some Pokémon are available in larger 12 inch versions or as smaller plush keychains. Additionally, die-cut keychains portraying Pokémon in a similar chibi style are produced under the Poké Doll name.

Poké Dolls are sold at Pokémon Center retail and online stores, the Nintendo World Store in New York City, and Pokémon Center kiosks in select U.S. malls. They were formerly available at the Mitsukoshi store in Epcot's Japan pavilion at Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida.

All Poké Dolls have not been released in the United States. As of early 2016, select Poké Dolls have been available for purchase at some Target retail locations.

List of Pokémon available as Poké Dolls

 
An old American Poké Doll hang tag
 
An older Japanese Poké Doll hang tag. This type of tag depicts chibi artwork that matches the doll style and makes every tag unique to the Pokémon.
Icon Pokémon
  Bulbasaur
  Venusaur
  Charmander
  Charizard
  Squirtle
  Blastoise
  Butterfree
  Pikachu
  Raichu
  Alolan Raichu
  Clefairy
  Alolan Vulpix
  Jigglypuff
  Oddish
  Meowth
  Galarian Meowth
  Psyduck
  Poliwhirl
  Slowpoke
  Grimer
  Gengar
  Magikarp
  Shiny Magikarp
  Lapras
  Ditto
  Eevee
  Vaporeon
  Jolteon
  Flareon
  Snorlax
  Dragonite
  Mewtwo
  Mew
  Chikorita
  Cyndaquil
  Totodile
  Noctowl
  Pichu
  Tufty Hair Pichu
  Spiky-eared Pichu
  Cleffa
  Igglybuff
  Togepi
  Natu
  Marill
  Aipom
  Wooper
  Espeon
  Umbreon
  Wobbuffet
  Teddiursa
  Corsola
  Delibird
  Houndour
  Phanpy
  Porygon2
  Smoochum
  Elekid
  Magby
  Raikou
  Shiny Raikou
  Entei
  Shiny Entei
  Suicune
  Shiny Suicune
  Larvitar
  Lugia
  Shadow Lugia
  Ho-Oh
  Celebi
  Treecko
  Sceptile
  Torchic
  Blaziken
  Mudkip
  Swampert
  Lotad
  Skitty
  Plusle
  Minun
  Wailord
  Spinda
  Altaria
  Corphish
  Duskull
  Absol
  Spheal
  Salamence
  Metagross
  Regirock
  Regice
  Registeel
  Latias
  Latios
  Kyogre
  Groudon
  Rayquaza
  Jirachi
  Deoxys (Normal Forme)
  Deoxys (Attack Forme)
  Deoxys (Defense Forme)
  Deoxys (Speed Forme)
  Turtwig
  Chimchar
  Piplup
  Bidoof
  Shinx
  Budew
  Pachirisu
  Buizel
  Cherrim (Sunshine Forme)
  Ambipom
  Buneary
  Mismagius
  Glameow
  Bonsly
  Mime Jr.
  Happiny
  Chatot
  Spiritomb
  Munchlax
  Riolu
  Lucario
  Croagunk
  Mantyke
  Snover
  Weavile
  Lickilicky
  Togekiss
  Leafeon
  Glaceon
  Rotom
  Fan Rotom
  Frost Rotom
  Heat Rotom
  Mow Rotom
  Wash Rotom
  Dialga
  Palkia
  Heatran
  Regigigas
  Giratina (Altered Forme)
  Giratina (Origin Forme)
  Cresselia
  Manaphy
  Darkrai
  Shaymin (Land Forme)
  Shaymin (Sky Forme)
  Arceus
  Victini
  Snivy
  Serperior
  Tepig
  Emboar
  Oshawott
  Dewott
  Samurott
  Pansage
  Pansear
  Panpour
  Munna
  Blitzle
  Woobat
  Drilbur
  Audino
  Timburr
  Tympole
  Throh
  Sawk
  Scolipede
  Cottonee
  Whimsicott
  Scraggy
  Zorua
  Zoroark
  Minccino
  Cinccino
  Gothita
  Ducklett
  Vanillite
  Emolga
  Foongus
  Litwick
  Axew
  Cubchoo
  Mienfoo
  Bisharp
  Cobalion
  Terrakion
  Virizion
  Reshiram
  Zekrom
  White Kyurem
  Black Kyurem
  Keldeo (Ordinary Forme)
  Keldeo (Resolute Forme)
  Meloetta (Aria Forme)
  Meloetta (Pirouette Forme)
  Genesect
  Shiny Genesect
  Chespin
  Chesnaught
  Fennekin
  Delphox
  Froakie
  Greninja
  Bunnelby
  Fletchling
  Litleo
  Gogoat
  Pancham
  Espurr
  Meowstic
  Meowstic ♂
  Swirlix
  Inkay
  Clauncher
  Helioptile
  Tyrunt
  Amaura
  Sylveon
  Dedenne
  Xerneas
  Yveltal
  Diancie
  Rowlet
  Litten
  Popplio
  Oricorio (Baile Style)
  Oricorio (Pa'u Style)
  Oricorio (Pom-Pom Style)
  Oricorio (Sensu Style)
  Rockruff
  Lycanroc (Midday Forme)
  Lycanroc (Midnight Forme)
  Lycanroc (Dusk Forme)
  Bewear
  Mimikyu
  Zeraora
  Grookey
  Scorbunny
  Sobble
  Corviknight
  Yamper
  Centiskorch
  Clobbopus
  Impidimp
  Pincurchin
  Dracozolt
  Arctozolt
  Dracovish
  Arctovish
  Duraludon
  Dreepy
  Zarude
  Regieleki
  Regidrago
  Glastrier
  Spectrier
  Sprigatito
  Fuecoco
  Quaxly
  Charcadet
  Grafaiai
  Tinkatink
  Palafin (Hero Form)

Japanese release timeline

2010

April July November
 Charizard
 Celebi
 Shiny Raikou
 Shiny Entei
 Shiny Suicune
 Snivy
 Tepig
 Oshawott
 Munna
 Minccino
 Axew

2011

February March April May June July September October
 Serperior
 Emboar
 Samurott
 Blitzle
 Whimsicott
 Cubchoo
 Audino
 Cinccino
 Foongus
 Cottonee
 Gothita
 Vanillite
 Victini
 Woobat
 Scraggy
 Litwick
 Pansage
 Pansear
 Panpour
 Timburr
 Emolga
 Mienfoo
 Tympole
 Ducklett
 Bisharp
 Drilbur
 Throh
 Sawk

2012

April July September December
 Cobalion
 Terrakion
 Virizion
 Keldeo (Ordinary Forme)
 Keldeo (Resolute Forme)
 Meloetta (Aria Forme)
 Meloetta (Pirouette Forme)
 White Kyurem
 Black Kyurem
 Charizard*
 Raichu
 Slowpoke

2013

March April 27 July 13 December
 Deoxys (Normal Forme)
 Deoxys (Attack Forme)
 Deoxys (Defense Forme)
 Deoxys (Speed Forme)
 Venusaur
 Blastoise
 Rotom
 Fan Rotom
 Frost Rotom
 Heat Rotom
 Mow Rotom
 Wash Rotom
 Genesect
 Mewtwo
 Shiny Genesect
 Bulbasaur
 Charmander
 Squirtle
 Chespin
 Fennekin
 Froakie
 Xerneas*
 Yveltal*

2014

February March April 26 May June July 19
 Fletchling
 Gogoat
 Inkay
 Helioptile
 Dedenne
 Bunnelby
 Litleo
 Pancham
 Swirlix
 Clauncher
 Chesnaught*
 Delphox*
 Greninja*
 Dedenne*
 Espurr
 Meowstic
 Meowstic ♂
 Jirachi
 Manaphy
 Darkrai
 Victini*
 Tyrunt
 Amaura
 Sylveon
 Diancie

2015

August 10
 Slowpoke*

2017

January 14[1] February 11[2] April 1[3] May 28[4]
 Rowlet
 Litten
 Popplio
 Pikachu*
 Ditto
 Bewear
 Alolan Raichu
 Alolan Vulpix
 Rockruff
 Eevee*
 Vaporeon*
 Jolteon*
 Flareon*
 Espeon*
 Umbreon*
 Leafeon*
 Glaceon*
 Sylveon*

Gallery

Generation I

Generation II

Generation III

Generation IV

Generation V

Generation VI

Generation VII

Generation VIII

Generation IX

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "ころっとかわいいぬいぐるみ、「POKÉMON DOLLS」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]. 22 December 2016. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "ころっとかわいいぬいぐるみ「POKÉMON DOLLS」に、ピカチュウたちが仲間入り!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 27 January 2017. Retrieved 27 January 2017.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "ころっとかわいいぬいぐるみ「POKÉMON DOLLS」に、イワンコたちが仲間入り!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 17 March 2017. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 "ぬいぐるみ「POKÉMON DOLLS」にイーブイたちが仲間入り! もっちりマスコットも新登場!" (in Japanese). ポケットモンスターオフィシャルサイト [Pocket Monsters Official Site]. 28 April 2017. Retrieved 28 April 2017.


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