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Pokémon PEZ dispensers

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Assorted PEZ candy

Several varieties of PEZ candy dispensers have been manufactured with the likenesses of Pokémon characters. In particular, many PEZ dispenser sets can be found in gachapon machines in Japan. Other varieties have been available worldwide, however.

Pokémon PEZ Dispensers (2001)

The full set

A set of five Pokémon PEZ dispensers was released in Europe in 2001.[1] This series included Pikachu, Mew, Koffing, Meowth and Psyduck.



Packages of refill candies were also available featuring Pokémon on the packages. The PEZ candy inside was no different from normal. The following Pokémon were featured on the packaging: Pikachu, Psyduck, Blastoise, Charmander, Squirtle and Mew.

Japanese Mini PEZ series

There have been three different series of miniature Pokémon PEZ dispensers in Japan. These PEZ dispensers, which can only hold a few pieces of PEZ candy and are generally only purchased for collectible purposes, are sold in gachapon machines throughout Japan.

Mini PEZ Series 1

Series 1 was the first set of mini PEZ dispensers to be distributed in Japanese gachapon machines. The series was released sometime in Generation III. There are five dispensers in the set: Mudkip, Pikachu, Jirachi, Torchic, and Treecko.

Mini PEZ Series 2

The second series of Japanese gachapon PEZ dispensers was released in August 2004. Like the previous set, there are five different dispensers in total: Minun, Munchlax, Meowth, Deoxys, and Plusle.

Mini PEZ Series 3

The third series of Japanese gachapon PEZ dispensers was released sometime in early 2008. As with the previous two sets, there are five dispensers in total: Mime Jr., Weavile, Lucario, Mew, and an open mouthed Pikachu.

Mini PEZ Series 4

The fourth series of Japanese gachapon PEZ dispensers was released sometime just after the release of the Generation IV video games. As with the previous three sets, there are five dispensers in total: Pachirisu, Turtwig, Chimchar, a closed beak Piplup, and a winking Pikachu.

Giratina and the Sky Warrior Mini PEZ

There were five Mini PEZ dispensers produced in celebration of the eleventh Pokémon movie, Giratina and the Sky Warrior. They were released in Japan in July 2008.[2] The dispensers were modeled after Pokémon which belonged to Ash or Dawn or played a major role in the movie: Giratina, Buneary, Sky Forme Shaymin, Pikachu, and a open beak Piplup.

Mini PEZ Series 6

The sixth series of Japanese gachapon PEZ dispensers were released sometime 2008. This series has six dispensers, all of which were released in previous series, in total: a winking Pikachu, a closed beak Piplup, Chimchar, Turtwig, Giratina, and Sky Forme Shaymin.


Japanese Mini x Mini PEZ dispensers

The mini x mini PEZ dispensers

There is only one set of mini x mini PEZ dispensers, which were released in January 2008.[3] These dispensers are shorter than the mini PEZ series. There are five dispensers in the series: Pikachu, Deoxys, Weavile, Lucario, and Mew.


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