The new gadget is part of the celebrations for the Dragon Ball anime’s 30th anniversary, which first aired on February 26, 1986.
The electric Pokémon has moved into a Pokébox and now he’s hungry for your coins!
It’s a-me, Pikachu!
Is it too early to start making a Christmas wish list?
You’ll never be lonely burning the midnight oil with one of these exhausted kitties diligently working by your side!
The only way to make this Pokémon cuter is to dress him up as another Pocket Monster.
From drawing to playing with new friends, organisers release cute photos of the fun activities the toys got up to during their stay.
Priced at $19,600 and with only ten ever produced, this is one special delivery you don’t get to see every day.
Premium Bandai set to release this nifty Star Wars-themed desk organizing stand.
There are six crazy straps in this collection, but can you guess what they’re meant to represent?
It might sound like a strange coupling, but there’s actually a valid reason for this six-part collection!
The anthropomorphized frog and rabbit from the famous 12th century Choju-jinbutsu-giga acquaint themselves with computers, selfie sticks and more in this cute line of miniature figures.
Pikachu’s old Pokémon rival isn’t going to let him hog all the cuddly spotlight.
With this cool set and a short list of ingredients, you’re never more than a couple of minutes away from enjoying some traditional Japanese desserts.
This plushie of Kirby’s video game co-star wasn’t broken, but it got fixed anyway.
Enjoy a litter of cats in your milk with these eight adorable designs!
Forget chocolate and peanut butter, because chocolate and Pokémon are the true ultimate combination.
These pics make us wish we were at Cinderella’s castle, too!
While people in other countries are already enjoying the mobile game, Japan is celebrating the local release of the latest Pokémon movie with exclusive toys from McDonald’s.
80-year-old Masaaki Hiroi has dedicated his life to handcrafting gorgeous wooden toys the old-fashioned way.