Pokémon House

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Pokémon House redirects here. For the house which serves as a Pokémon shelter manned by Mr. Fuji in Lavender Town, see Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House.
Pokémon House redirects here. For the Japanese variety show, see Meet Up at the Pokémon House?.

Released from August 11, 1999 onwards, these Pokémon House mini playsets were distributed and produced by Pokémon USA, Inc. for the English market.

Almost all Pokémon House toys were originally distributed under the banner of Pokémon mate by Tomy in Japan.

The smaller sets tended to contain two figures each and a bridge to connect the sets with each other, whilst the Deluxe sets included 4-8 figures.

The included figures took into account popular Pokémon with fans of the anime series and games, such as those owned by the anime's main protagonists like Pikachu or Squirtle.

The Pokémon Deluxe Micro Playsets were released in 2009 and share many product design features with the Pokémon House and Mate, though lack the same connectivity as these sets.


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Pokémon House sets

The City Adventure Playset features Eevee and Charmander, with a Pokémon Center in the upper half and a small neighborhood including house, street and a seesaw.

The A-type set is based on Kanto's Mt. Moon, it features Clefairy and Diglett. A buildable archway, moon rock and mountain top help to complete the scenery.

The Park Adventure, or B-type, playset is based on the Kanto Safari Zone, it features Snorlax and Chansey, as well as a Psyduck head located in the pond.

The Forest Adventure, C-type, set is based on Viridian Forest and features Pikachu and Oddish.

The Beach Adventure, D-type, set features Poliwhirl and Squirtle is the only set to feature Pokémon of the same type, in this case Water Pokémon.

The Pikachu Movie set features Togepi and Pikachu and is in reference to the Pokémon short, Pikachu's Vacation. It was later redistributed with a Pichu and Pikachu figure.

The Orange Islands A-type set features Vileplume and Lapras and is based on the Seafoam Islands.

The Orange Islands B-type set is set on Pinkan Island, featuring a Pink Rhyhorn and Psyduck.

The Fire, Ice and Lightning Island sets are directly based on the islands with the same names in Power of One. These sets only feature one Pokémon, unlike all the previous sets, as well as an elemental orb. Like all sets they interact and can connect using their bridges, though the Deluxe Type A- Shamouti Island Playset helps to complete the collection. The Deluxe sets design even includes a shrine that can hold all three of the legendary birds respective treasures.

Type I is a recreation of the D-type set, though it features Totodile and Pikachu instead. Similarly, C-type was also rereleased with a minor recoloring and a Pikachu and Chikorita figure. The only original set of this series was the Laboratory Adventure set featuring Pikachu and Cyndaquil.

All of the deluxe sets were released solely in Japan under the Pokémon mate name. These various sets are all based on M02, M03, the Pokémon Center, PK04, PK05, PK10, M04, and PK11.

A Japanese exclusive trio of foldable cube shaped sets were based on the events of M05, one for Latios and the another for Latias, as well as PK12. A series of characters and building were released to mark M06, a Japanese exclusive that featured Absol and Salamence, amongst others.

Deluxe Type's C and D were later also rereleased to mark the Advanced Generation. These sets only feature different figures and are slightly lighter in color.

Pokémon Mate also included individually sold figure packs, including key characters in the original series of the anime and Pokémon. Sets included:

The Pokémon packs included seven characters each:

  • Vulpix, Dratini, Gengar, Starmie, Slowpoke, Hoothoot, Spinirak
  • Charmeleon, Ditto, Wigglytuff, Butterfree, Goldeen, Stantler, Quagsire
  • Totodile, Growlithe, Sentret, Weedle, Murkrow, Tangela, Gloom
  • Chikorita, Pidgey, Donphan, Electabuzz, Snubbull, Venonat, Weepinbell

Original release

Letter-type sets

Orange Islands

Special sets

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