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An old American Poké Doll hang tag
Poké 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. The toys are currently sold only at Pokémon Center retail stores, the Nintendo World Store in New York City, Pokémon Center kiosks in select U.S. malls, and the Mitsukoshi store in Epcot's Japan pavilion at Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida. 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.
Not all the Poké Dolls have been released in the United States. Some recent Poké Dolls from Japan have received a limited U.S. release.
List of Pokémon available as Poké Dolls
A new Poké Doll hang tag from Japan. This type of tag depicts chibi artwork that matches the doll style and makes every tag unique to the Pokémon.
- PokePlushProject A project aiming to try to form a complete catalog of plush merchandise