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Pikachu Celebrations
マンスリーピカチュウ Monthly Pikachu
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Generation Generation VI
Release date April 11, 2015 (Japan)
September 7, 2015 (United States)
Region Japan, United States

Pikachu Celebrations (Japanese: マンスリーピカチュウ Monthly Pikachu) is a line of twelve Pikachu Poké Plush 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 features Pikachu wearing an outfit celebrating a month of the year. The first plush was released in Japan on April 11, 2015 and in the United States on September 7, 2015. They are priced at ¥1,600 in Japan and $17.99 in the U.S. and recommended for ages four and up.

Released plush

English name U.S. release date Japanese name Japanese release date Picture
Intern Pikachu September 7, 2015 April Freshman Pikachu April 11, 2015 None.png
Children's Day Pikachu May Golden Week Pikachu April 11, 2015 None.png
Rainy Season Pikachu June Rainy Day Pikachu 2015 None.png
Summer Festival Pikachu July Festival Pikachu June 20, 2015 None.png
Beach Walk Pikachu August Sailor Pikachu July 18, 2015 None.png
Pastry Chef Pikachu September Pastry Chef Pikachu August 8, 2015 None.png
Artist Pikachu October Artist Pikachu September 19, 2015 None.png
Mushroom Harvest Pikachu November Finder Pikachu October 10, 2015 None.png
Year's End Pikachu December New Years Pikachu November 14, 2015 None.png
Lion Dancer Pikachu January Lion Pikachu December 10, 2015 None.png
Kotatsu Pikachu February Drowsy Pikachu January 9, 2016 None.png
Graduate Pikachu March Grad Pikachu February 20, 2016 None.png

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Jakks Pacific: Action FiguresBattle Dome PlaysetDiamond and Pearl Electronic Talking PokédexDiamond and Pearl vehicles
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