Unfortunately, there’s no international shipping at the online retailer, so Pikachu might be hard to come by if you live in the U.
, it turns out you can still get your hands on the elusive pink blob of a Pokémon. As explained in a report by Kotaku, the plush toy weighs a staggering eight pounds and spans more than two feet wide.
It also comes with a pretty big price tag: 13,000 yen, or about $130.
The toy/cushion/best friend goes on sale starting August 6th in Japan via the Pokémon Center Online, per the report, but it's unclear when it'll be available for purchase elsewhere, unfortunately.
However, a quick Amazon search turned up a similar, albeit smaller Ditto cushion.
Miyamoto built is releasing a Charizard-themed 3DS XL on December 15th in Japan for ¥18,900 ($237).
Available exclusively at Pokémon Center stores, aspiring buyers will need to complete an order form and win (yes, win) a drawing for a chance to purchase one of these beautiful monsters.
Winners will have from December 15th through January 14th to claim and purchase their prize.
As for you unlucky entrants, you'll have the opportunity to indulge in one of America's favorite pastimes -- buying Nintendo collectibles online at an extremely high markup.
Pokémon’s Pikachu has finally grown up and put on a business suit. Pikachu first made his appearance in Japan in 1996 in the first Pokémon video game.